You tend to release early and you end up throwing farther left than intended, I think. At the last second grip harder and it will help both accuracy and distance. And again, slow it down. An eagle will fly just like a wraith and in a lot of the shots you had, could have been a better choice. Keep up the field work with slower discs and keep the nose down. If you flip them over on a good form drive, throw some hyzer. It will do wonders.
Also, work on approaches, a close approach saves strokes.
The only things staying in my bag for sure are Firebirds, KC Aviars, and Condors.
Last edited by BIGHAFNER; 06-03-2012 at 10:53 AM.