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Old 08-21-2019, 11:43 AM
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Default Standstill shots with Less Stable Discs

Over the years one of the most common and most accurate shots in my bag is a standstill 180 DX Roc. Lately, I've expanded to throwing standstills with drivers too, particularly a very beat up Pro Katana. It will really flip up and go far but still hit tight gaps.

Obviously a run up adds a lot of potential variability to a pull. Eliminating it or shortening it getting the needed distance from less stability can make a big difference. Possibly a useful tip for people that miss gaps, particularly those who tend to pull it right (RHBH).

I don't see it from Pros much except maybe Steve Brinster, though I've noticed that some are better off when they do so.

Anyone else throw from a standstill much?
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Old 08-21-2019, 11:47 AM
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