Ok, I'm in my home office working on my towel snap and I just figured out something. When I turn my hip/core to start my pull, followed by my shoulders if I pause with my shoulders pointing towards the target and then actively start the pull with my arm I'm generating a LOT of towel snap.
It like a music beat. If I'm going a 4 count..1-2-3-4..da..da.da...core/turn..shoulder snap to pause - BAM! The core/turn is a fraction of a second of my shoulder rotation. It's like tapping your finger on a table top two times real fast. Ba-bam. Core-shoulders.
At that point hips are open, shoulder is pointing at the basket, elbow is a bit ahead of my shoulder in the lead, disc is middle of my left pec almost center of my chest.
The I pull. SN-AP!
Most of the time. Sometimes I miss the timing and it doesn't hit good...Other times I nail it and it's a sounds like Indiana Jones cracking his whip.
Now, if only I can translate that into my actual drive.