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Old 03-13-2013, 01:48 PM
ambroze ambroze is offline
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Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Smyrna, TN
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My advice is to make sure you hold the disc very firm. The advice that helped me the most is to hold the disc as if a large dog was trying to pull the disc away from your hand. Then the best advice I can give you that helps me get that 350-400ft range is I use a Champ Boss and I put some Anhyzer on it and rip it pretty much as hard as I can to get that extra S curve on it needed to push it out past 300. Get about a step and 1/2 into your run up to the tee, this helps also. But working on form is always key, you should be able to stand still and FH something around 300ft with the proper form, then work the other items I mentioned into the mix and you should be good. Good luck.
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