Greatest accuracy and distance are achieved when a disc is launched with about ten degrees of downward lean (Hyzer angle), then rolls about five degrees beyond level but comes back at the end. The goal is just enough rollover to extend the glide but not too much, which would make the flight end up on its side.
To change the tune to match your personal throwing speed and style, hold the rim of the disc at its narrowest part (grip area) and bend it as shown above (downward to increase rollover, or upward to decrease rollover). Then rotate the disc about fortyfive degrees and repeat. Continue around the disc until you are back to where you started. The disc will creep back slightly in the
first few minutes after bending and then hold its tune very well thereafter.
You can tune discs for different conditions. For example, since all discs roll over more upwind, tune one disc for less rollover and use it for upwind throws.
"No other disc I have ever thrown retains its speed as long as the Epic golf driver. The Epic's superior speed definitely gives it the distance edge."
-Erin Hemmings, holder of the world record for the longest throw in history
"It's the most predictable disc I've ever thrown. It flies perfectly straight at any speed, even into a headwind."
-Peter Albers, Former World Flying Disc Federation World Distance Record Holder
"It was love at first throw . . . I have thrown every putter out there and this one has the best feel, the smoothest release, and the straightest flight I have ever seen in a putter. I also love how it sticks when it hits the chains."
-Matt Weinberg, who won a $2,768 ace pot using an Aerobie Arrow on 7/27/03 at the Z-Boaz course in Ft. Worth, TX
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