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I was practicing my midrange throws today. I can drive pretty well and with good accuracy but I cant figure out how to throw a mid range.
I can drive around 400 ft (please dont debate, just give me the benefit of the doubt.) but if I crank on a mid range or x step I throw to the right every time. My average mid range throws are 150-200 and I throw my putters just as far. Im using the Dx roc3 for mid and I use a judge to putt as well as a champion boss to drive. Everything is around max weight. Let me know how I can better throw a midrange, thanks!

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Old 04-16-2019, 06:30 PM
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Heres a full speed throw from the back

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Watch your disc, not your target, turn your head/body back away from target. You have a lot of wobble on the disc. Note how much further I turn back and how much more rotation through the finish I have.

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Oh, nice! Ive watched this video before. Nice form! Do you turn your head from the basket on midrange and approach shots as well?
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Watch your disc, not your target, turn your head/body back away from target. You have a lot of wobble on the disc. Note how much further I turn back and how much more rotation through the finish I have.

https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...d.php?t=119328
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Oh, nice! Ive watched this video before. Nice form! Do you turn your head from the basket on midrange and approach shots as well?
If I want more than 200' I do.

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If I want more than 200' I do.
So how do I decrease the wobble on the disc? Is that just more of a wrist snap or was that due to the form issues discussed earlier?
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So how do I decrease the wobble on the disc? Is that just more of a wrist snap or was that due to the form issues discussed earlier?
https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...57#post3440757
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https://youtu.be/KnKAwdI7ztM

This is my driving technique from the tee pad. Please let me know what you think about it.
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Too many moving parts all out of sequence/balance/posture.
https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...d.php?t=133733
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