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Old 09-01-2019, 12:27 AM
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There are some generalizations that hold true for most players but ultimately, Three Putt has got it right:
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A problem with the Interwebz is that what will work for you depends on a ton of factors: form, power, preferred route, etc. For a Mako 3 to have huge fade I would think one of two things (or both): Either you are not getting a lot of power behind the throw or/and you are throwing it on a high line with the nose up. Both of those things would make a Mako3 fade.

If it's the power issue, you could switch to a less stable mid and it *should* straighten out a little for you. If you are throwing nose up, everything is going to stall and hyzer out to some degree so you would be better off working on your throwing technique than switching discs.
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Be aware, though. There are a HUGE amount of discs out there so you will get a lot of recommendations. None of them are magic, all of them require you to execute the throw.
The same disc doesn't necessarily do the same thing for different players, particularly for different skill levels, and techniques. Even when two different players release a disc at about the same speed, some players naturally impart more or less spin than others. That affects the flight of the disc. What's flippy for one, might go lazer straight for someone else.


And you gotta execute a good throw if you want any disc to go straight.

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