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Old 12-12-2012, 03:10 PM
Chizult Chizult is offline
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Join Date: Apr 2012
Years Playing: 2.8
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Throwing Style: RHBH
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Discwrangler View Post
Follow through on your line instead of trying to aim. When you aim you slow down to the hit when you ALWAYS want to accelerate through the hit.

Hyzer release angles are easier to throw in tight areas too...so less stable discs on hyzer release helps.
Good advice...that is exactly my problem.

So should your hit always be the same, both in the woods and in the open? Should you always have the same amount of snap despite your surrounds, the only difference being what leads up to it?

ETA: Oh, and I've been shopping around for some woods discs. My mids are MVPs and my go to fairway driver is a star Leopard...none of which like being powered down particularly well.
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