Zack, you asked: sry to bother u mr. ellis i just wanted to ask if the buzzz esp flx would be able to handle a powerful side arm throw without turning over. If not do u have any suggestions that would work.
Please, call me Mark. The answer is it depends but probably not. Most Midranges will not handle an all-out forehand snap. The smoother and flatter your release the less flutter you generate. It is the flutter which causes the disc to turn over. It is darn near impossible to throw a hard forehand without the flutter. So the less flutter, the less any disc will turn over.
You can try a hugely overstable midrange (like a Drone or a Zone) and depending on your release, it might work.
The more you work on releasing flat and smooth the better Mids (and putters and drivers) will fly. It took me years to learn forehand mids but I was self-taught. I could have learned it quickly if I had someone to show me how.
Hey Zack, we just shot a video on throwing anhyzers but I have no idea when it will be published. You could contact Brian Sullivan at Discraft.com and tell him you need it.
If you throw with your typical hyzer form and throw a less stable disc then it will turn over and veer to the left. But an understable disc for you may be very different from an understable disc for someone else. If you look at a flight chart, it will tell you which discs are supposed to be understable.
How stable a disc flies is a function of a number of variables but mostly depends on how hard you throw. An ideal turnover disc is one that you can throw dead nuts flat and it gradually fades to the left. This disc should fly straight for the first half of its flight and glide left for the second half.
If all your shots are hyzering out then you probably are throwing with an exaggerated hyzer form. Look at my video called the "fastest way to improve" where I show a forehand anhyzer form. In the video I'm only throwing about 100 feet but the basic form is the same for long drives, too. Good luck.