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I see these terms used alot and i was wondering what they mean?

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Hyzer is the natural fade of the disc, and anhyzer is the opposite. So if you're throwing right hand backhand or left hand forehand, the disc will fade to the left. Throwing it on a hyzer route will let the disc do the work in fading to the left. Throwing it on an anhyzer route means purposely turning the disc over so it fades to the right.

If you are throwing right hand forehand or left hand backhand, the disc will naturally want to fade to the right, so the opposite of above is true.
I mean this is in the least dick way possible. but a simple google search with "disc golf" at the end would have been a way faster answer.
Left turn and Right turn
If you throw a curve to the right from behind a shrub, we call that "Anhyzer Bush."
OK .......... Hyzer Breaks away from the body , Anhyzer Breaks in towards the body when thrown correctly.
Hyzer is the name of an old TV show about a child doctor (aka Doogi). Anhyzer is the company who makes Busch and Budlight.
Doogie Hyzer ? LOL. http://www.anheuser-busch.com/

What they all said. If you are new to the sport. You should check out discgolfreview.com. Man, when I started out that site helped big time. Reviews of tons of discs and great instructional articles.

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