Originally Posted by chrishysell
I was taught that getting your head around allows you to be more upright at release and more likely to hit your line. I guess different teachers teach different lessons.
Good teachers can teach skills in different ways. Poor teachers can only teach something the way they do it.
Very few good players keep their eyes on the target while they throw. This doesn't make it wrong, of course. It does limit body turn and therefore distance potential.
Beyond Dr. Rick and Ron Russell are their any other great players who watch the target?