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Old 05-22-2009, 12:06 PM
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Originally Posted by TalbotTrojan View Post
Your TL should be a stable disc, not an understable disc, unless it is really beat. To me this says that there is something in your technique that needs to change. Look at grip and release angles and really take time to look at them. I used to put a bunch of Anhyzer on my discs and the last minute from something in my release. This was fixed by a change in grip and a chnage in arm motion. Now things are wonderful and I just need to develop some consistency.
As far as I can tell, every thing seems to coming out flat and straight, but I'll have someone take a look....I keep hoping hubby will do that for me, but he always just shrugs. Sigh.

I should also say that my noted distances are coming on a really wooded course. I'm thinking that in an open field, I may be getting closer to the 200' mark - when I practiced at a our local baseball field, I threw the Leo Pard , Valk, and Surge fence-to-fence, but there's no distances marked, so I'd just be guessing.
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