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Old 04-23-2013, 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by sappman View Post
I appreciate all the quick replies. My thumb placement when throwing a driver is right where the rim ends (about an inch or so in). To close to the outer edge?
IMO sounds like it. Max D drives = thumb closer to center of disc/further from rim where control shots (mids/putters) = thump closer to rim/edge of disc.

Loose grip at start and more firm at the hit. Too tense of a grip before will not allow your tendons/arm to stay flexible for a good hit and generating the elusive "snap" lol.

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Originally Posted by chrishysell View Post
adjust your thumb location. One cause of nose up shots is putting your thumb near the outer edge of the disc. If you move it closer towards the middle it will make you throw a flat or turnover shot instead of the nose up hyzer. Experiment with this until you are comfortable.
^Exactly. This is how it was explained to me by another pro.

Last edited by Aim For The Chains; 04-23-2013 at 03:58 PM.
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