I want to start with a few basics of my thumber shot:
Thumb is wrapped around the rim underneath.
To get it out to 300 ft
169 Champ Firebird
I read about people saying to throw a Thumber do it like an outfielder throwing to homeplate. Is this correct in your experience? When I do the full throw, proper windup and follow-through I think I'm getting decent distance and my disc stays relatively straight.
I played infield when I played ball, so I have more of a natural sidearm type throw. Right now, I think when that tendancy creeps into my motion and makes my disc turn left, but I don't know. I noticed if I'm tired this starts to happen.
But I need to start with the basics. Any advice?
Am I even gripping it right?
Am I supposed to be throwing it really high?
Does Incr Height=Incr Distance?
Why does my disc turn left sometimes?
Do I need to get an estimate on my distance to the point the disc rolls and turns? And how far it floats after that turn?
Do I just stick with one disc or do I use many more for different situations?
**Please don't make this a best disc for an OH thing. I'm settled on my choice
Thanks to all in advance!