STRONG head wind? go with something made for it, like an excal. Ultra stable. The boss works great, but still might flip on you. I like to throw those flip up hyzers with my boss in those conditions. I don't throw the Destroyer in STRONG head wind, but I would if I could.
You often can throw the driver you would have, just put more hyzer on it. In very strong winds though you probably will need something more overstable. I use a firebird or a teerex-x, but the latter will still flip some for me so I have to be careful. I'm thinking about reintroducing an xcal into the bag for these shots, it really cuts through the wind well. I like to throw a hyzer line into a headwind whenever I can as I don't like to chance the disc flipping over completely on me. An experienced wind player (one who PRACTICES in different winds) can probably afford to throw s-curves into the wind and trust their plastic, but I just don't have time to practice much these days so I throw it hyzer.
I was told not to try to throw my discs so hard in a head-wind; that's what makes them flip over. I throw an Orc and Destroyer primarily, but if I do it right, I can even get my Beast to fly straight. Practicing in the wind will help you learn to use it. Play with the wind, not against it. For more advice, look for an article by Ron Converse (I think it was on the Discraft website at one time). That guy knows what he's talking about when it comes to playing the wind.
From my experience, and I'm not some super strong arm or anything, but I can actually get my Boss to flip over even with a little Hyzer into an even mild headwind if I throw it flat. Even my Boss has to be thrown as if I am throwing a hyzer flip unless the conditions are calm or there is a tailwind. I do on the other hand have a Raging Inferno DT that will not flip over if I throw it anyhyzer into a hurricane.
My solution that works for me is to throw the disc I throw most often on that hole, and Hyzer flip it. Worst case scenario is I mess up a little and put too much or too little Hyzer onto it and I have a little longer approach, but I'm comfortable enough with the disc that it isn't going to be OB or an excessive amount off from where I had intended to go.