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I've recently started sidearming buzzz's, and with good results!  I tilt them down to get a hyzer flip for a fairly straight midrange shot.  Just wondering if anyone does this?

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That is a shot I have been working on for a while now I Also sidearm it to force a short turnover shot.
yeah, ive been doin the same too, especially with my 168g buzzz
works great for me, I use it on a couple of short holes off the tee sidearm, aim about 10-15' left fades right in for a nice park job easy 2.
I'm really huge into side arming. And it took me a while to figure my game out and which disc are compatible with my style. One thing I learned, especially the hard way, is to side arm disc that aren't meant to be thrown forehand. There's too many disc out there to try to make a disc that you love do something its not suppose to do. We all want to consolidate our bags, but id rather have more disc for shot selection then a smaller selection and force disc out of there characteristics. So with that said, the buzz can be side-armed, but only up to 100-150 feet in my opinion. If you don't mind your disc turning over at longer distances, then by alleans throw it. I highly recommend the One for the shorter distances and the hornet at longer. Check the characteristics and try throwing it. I promise you'll love it. It easily replaced my side-arm Buzz approach.


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