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As stated before I am new, I played a new park close to home and most of the baskets are in the trees and you cant even see them from the tee. Most could be made if I could get some right turns it is very nice park and I love the setup. But need a good right turn disc any info would be great thanks.

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The easiest discs to get to turn right are comets and x-presses (Discraft) or stingrays and roadrunners (Innova). As someone who throw both companies' discs, I lean towards Discraft for what you are trying to do here. Just throw smooth and flat and let the disc do the work.
if you can find a worn out Innova Roadrunner, that disc is perfect for right hand turns. I keep two in my bag for just such an occasion. They are very similar to the monarch and the sidewinder, but better for slower arm speeds.
Anhyzer are good to learn as they're the foundation of the flex shot, but if you're looking for a disc to right and stay that way, you need to learn a sidearm. If you're still learning sidearm, don't go with overstable plastic. Throw what you have now that is stable to understable as you'll be a much better player for it.
I disagree, There are plenty of discs out there that can be thrown straight or even slight hyzer and they will turn right and stay right all day long.
What do you have in mind since you didn't state the discs he was inquiring about? I suggested a sidearm as it is much more likely that the disc will finish right. This is relative to an anhyzer being thrown and can flex out. The anhyzer is one of the more difficult shots to perform well being a beginner.
I have to go with Sean on this one. Yes, I have three trusty anhyzer discs and they work well, but I would trade them all away if a could throw sidearm. It's just a more reliable way to acomplish the shot imo. Even on a good turnover shot. I've had them flex back a bit or they nose in to steep and roll away from the target. I understand that is has to do with poor disc sellection and not the person throwing them :)~ But I think a sidearm would make for a complete skill set.
If you are talking for a anhyzer shot? Go with a understable disc. My best of best turnover discs is the Vision by Latitude 64. It's like a Sidewinder, but a bit more predictable. Others to consider....Sidewinder, Leopard, Avenger SS, Hawk, Glide or a TL. Just to name a few. Check out discgolfreview.com. There are alot of reviews and info on plenty of discs.
I second the Vision.
None of theses disc will work right until you learn to throw. work on form, nose angle,snap .When you get that down the disc will perform correctly.
Try a Discraft Stratus or Glide
Gateway Apache
Innova Roadrunner
Sidewinder, DX TeeBird. For sidearm you should go Star TeeBird or one of my favorite, the Banshee.
Hawk,Stratus,Comet,Skeeter.learn to throw a sidearm at a local open field.You'll be able to "see" how your disc flies.

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