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Old 11-17-2013, 07:52 PM
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You're probably right about them just being locals. I know it sounds ridiculous
but I said 500 when the ground is warm and I promise.



Video to critique at some point.

I need help on getting it over trees on a long hyzer routes still.
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Old 11-19-2013, 02:14 AM
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If it's an open shot and fairly steep, I get the best results throwing a tomahawk with my champion Beast. Because it's an uphill shot, I remember to aim to the left of my target as it will not have as much chance to fade back left to center at the end of the shot, as opposed to a flat tomahawk. I'm getting them around 215' at this point in time.

If it's a tight wooded hole that is uphill, I'll use an understable fairway like my Champ Leopard or Gold Line River, with varying releases, depending on the lines available to me on any given shot.
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