Disc Golf S-curve
"Here is where your thumb should be for a "anhyzer" shot. Notice if you push your thumb down in this position the outside of the disc should pop up. This is the anhyzer angle you want when throwing. This is also the position your thumb should be in for a "S-curve" shot."
A S-curve shot is a good long distance shot. It helps eliminate those wide hyzer routes you have to compensate for. Plus it keeps the line tight so you don't have to worry about your disc veering off to far and hit some tree. If you can't manage to throw a good long straight shot a S-Curve might be a good temporary solution until you can throw a straight one.