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Old 07-26-2018, 05:48 PM
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What do you think Putter pants? He seems to meet a lot of the characteristics until the pull through being pretty high. I don’t know that I would personally call him largely Swedish style but seems to have used some of those elements for his throw. But I want a few more opinions.


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Old 07-27-2018, 11:10 AM
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This may be a silly question, but with the shoulders rotating more vertical doesn't that always result in a hyzer release? can this method of throwing even be used to throw a pure anyzer? or does that shot just rely on flipping a disc over?
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This may be a silly question, but with the shoulders rotating more vertical doesn't that always result in a hyzer release? can this method of throwing even be used to throw a pure anyzer? or does that shot just rely on flipping a disc over?
Ekstrom is considered the father of Swedish:
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That's a fantastic video (the 4 frame part) to show how head tilt can help balance as well. The guy on the right (and EKstrom to a lesser degree) keeps his chin leading the shot instead of the head tilting over the top like the two guys in the middle and you can see how much more balanced he is.

Shawn Clement's recent video had me thinking about that.
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That's a fantastic video (the 4 frame part) to show how head tilt can help balance as well. The guy on the right (and EKstrom to a lesser degree) keeps his chin leading the shot instead of the head tilting over the top like the two guys in the middle and you can see how much more balanced he is.

Shawn Clement's recent video had me thinking about that.
Guy on the right is Christian Sandstrom former distance record holder. He is also rolling his wrist over to throw anhyzer from hyzer form which is natural head tilt for golf or hyzer. The two middle guys are throwing pure anhzyers and their head tilt matches the swing plane and shoulders in follow through.
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