Archive for month: October, 2012

Test Post 2

RHBH

  • Right Hand Backhand Throw – All INNOVA flight descriptions are based on players throwing right-handed with a back hand style.

LHBH

  • Left Hand Backhand Throw – Reverse the RHBH flight characteristics.

RHFH

  • Right Hand Forehand Throw – Reverse the RHBH flight characteristics.

LHFH

  • Left Hand Forehand Throw – Same flight characteristics as a RHBH throw.DESCRIBING FLIGHT

Stable

  • The tendency of a disc to remain straight through most of the flight.

Understable/Turnover

  • The tendency of a disc to turn to the right during the high speed portion of the flight for a RHBH thrower.

Overstable

  • The tendency of a disc to turn to the left at high or low speeds for a RHBH thrower.

Hyzer

  • Is an angle of release where the outside edge or left edge of the disc is tilted downward for a RHBH thrower.

Anhyzer

  • Is an angle of release where the outside edge or left edge of the disc is tilted upward for a RHBH thrower.

Test Post

INNOVA was formed in 1983 to meet the developing equipment needs of disc golfers. In that year, Dave Dunipace created the World’s first disc designed specifically for the sport of Disc Golf. That first disc, the Eagle – U.S. Patent # 4,568,297, established INNOVA as the technological pacesetter in Disc Golf. Below are the original patent drawings. Our continuing design innovations and product improvements keep INNOVA number one in Disc Golf. Today INNOVA is the most popular and complete line of golf discs. INNOVA’s precision molded discs meet the demands of any shot regardless of the player’s skill level. INNOVA golf discs offer the superior “feel” that is so critical for confident, shot making ability. INNOVA golf discs fly great right out the box and wear in slowly. The inevitable changes in flight characteristics that come with use are gradual and older discs often become those special discs you depend upon when you have to make the shot that counts. INNOVA is the brand used exclusively by 12-Time World Champion Ken Climo.