If you are about 175 to 250 feet out from the basket for a backhand approach -- and for the sake of argument there exist no obstacles between you and the basket and no wind -- do you feel it is a higher percentage chance to get CTP it if you throw straight and flat, or off to the right with hyzer and letting the disc work itself to the target?
This is individual. For me, it's the hyzer to the right hitting 10 feet or so to the right of the target and squibbing to the target. If you have to land flat, a slight turnover is probably better. The worst shot for me is dead straight at 250 or longer. 100 - 150 dead straight works.