hyzer

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Noun[edit]

hyzer (plural hyzers)

  1. (disc golf) A throw that curves the way opposite that of the throwing arm, i.e. left for a right-hand player or right for a left-hand player.

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hyzer (third-person singular simple present hyzers, present participle hyzering, simple past and past participle hyzered)

  1. (intransitive, disc golf, of a disc) To curve the way opposite that of the throwing arm, i.e. left for a right-hand player or right for a left-hand player.
    The disc unfortunately hyzered out into the abyss (OB).
  2. (transitive, disc golf) To throw a disc with a curve opposite that of the throwing arm, i.e. left for a right-hand player or right for a left-hand player.
    I think I'm gonna hyzer it around the pine tree to reach the circle.

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