Submitted by moonlit Location: MN
Avg Drive: 275
Disc Weights: 171 gram
Review: For a RHBH thrower, this is a fun disc to use on those well guarded 170' to 260' left doglegs. With my Roc, I had to be careful to not give it too much arm or I would go straight through the dogleg and into trouble. With this disc I can be much more firm (translated more consistent) in my release and get a very predictable left turn. My home course has a demanding 260' dogleg left tunnel shot that has zero room for error. A missed drive on this hole translates to a certain 4 or quite often an ugly 5 or worse. Now that I can muscle it out to the dogleg, my scoring average is mostly threes and a few unheard of twos! My playing buddies call the #3 Hyzer my "cheater disc."
Submitted by Bob Hayett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
My name is Bob Hayett. I've been playing disc golf for about six years and have been running the disc golf league at Prairie Center Park in Olathe, Kansas for the Kansas City Flying Disc Club. I would classify myself as an intermediate masters player. Since I don't throw long I pride my game on accuracy, especially upshots.
One of my favorite short drivers and long approach discs. I use it on all shots where I've got room to hyzer. I can control the hyzer on this disc better than any other overstable disc I have tried. Has a comfortable grip and a thick rim. Errant shots seem to get through trees and bushes more than other discs. I use 175-178 grams.
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