Originally Posted by Disc Fiend
The more you play in the woods, the better you will be at playing in the woods. Also, learn how to throw understable or neutral mids on a hyzer release so that they flip up flat and just cruise. That is how I hit those tight lines in the woods.
Since you're slowing down the armspeed, you need to choose a disc to match that slower speed. Roc, Leopard and Roadrunner is all i use from tees in the woods.
You also wanna choose some durable plastic since you'll be abusing the trees as you learn.