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I've played about two summers and this year my father really got interested in disc golf as well. He's been going out to play frequently with me and on his own. Currently he bags 17x g D-line P1 for putter, 17x g C-line MD for midrange and 173 g Opto River. He's been working on learning to throw forehand but only really uses it if there is nothing available for RHBH throw.
He has been trying to use River on anny for 200 - 250ft gently curving to right type of shots but it isn't working too well. If he puts little anhyzer to follow shape of fairway, River always fights out of it at end and fades into bushes on left. Putting little bit more anhyzer / power into it, disc will bite and turn too much. Similar story with MD, it won't hold a gentle, say 15 degree angle the whole way but fades at the end.
Is there any disc that 250ft max power arm could throw on slight anhyzer and have it hold it the entire flight without fighting out of it or turning even more into cut roller? He doesn't like throwing a putter, needs most likely something slower than River and my father also really likes Champion, Opto, VIP type of plastic.
He'll be working on his forehand but until it becomes usable, he'd really like to find a disc to use as crutch for the time being for those max 200 - 250 ft tight holes that curve to right the whole way. If such disc exists.
Oh and for clarification, not looking for turnover discs like Tursas or Underworld that you throw flat and have it turn for you. He tried throwing Tursas on anhyzer but it'll turn into roller and he definitely wants something he puts on anny but the disc will stay on that angle given enough spin.