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This is one of the dumbest reactions to a pro's game getting criticized. Because others aren't top pros they can't see fault in someone else game? Not true and the people who post this crap know it.

Tiger Woods had a coach who told him what he was doing wrong and how to correct it. Are you claiming if his coach could not beat (which he couldn't) Tiger he has no business being Tiger's coach?

Stupid!!
Those who can't do ATTEMPT to teach. There's no such thing as perfect form or technique. People do what works for them and there is no guarantee that by fixing form you will be any better.
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Old 02-29-2020, 08:33 AM
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Those who can't do ATTEMPT to teach. There's no such thing as perfect form or technique. People do what works for them and there is no guarantee that by fixing form you will be any better.


You can keep believing that to justify your form...

Such a transparent and pitiful comment.
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Old 02-29-2020, 08:36 AM
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Those who can't do ATTEMPT to teach. There's no such thing as perfect form or technique. People do what works for them and there is no guarantee that by fixing form you will be any better.
There is certainly no guarantee but you can increase the odds in your favor considerably.

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Old 02-29-2020, 08:38 AM
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Those who can't do ATTEMPT to teach. There's no such thing as perfect form or technique. People do what works for them and there is no guarantee that by fixing form you will be any better.
Breaking news!

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Old 02-29-2020, 08:49 AM
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There is certainly no guarantee but you can increase the odds in your favor considerably.


See that’s where you’re wrong. If you improve your form I GUARANTEE your game will get better.

And contrary to what many believe, most pros are using the same exact motion to put power on the disc. It might look different from pro to pro because everybody has a different body, but every single one is shifting with their hips to the front leg in balance.

Look at a Paul McBeth drive from behind and a golf swing from behind. The body gets into the same positions. It’s consistent because there is a tried and true way that ALL throwing motions are achieved.


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Old 02-29-2020, 08:54 AM
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Someone tell Brody that front foot/leg needs to be turned in when throwing a distance line, not out. Helps prevent rounding and falling forward prematurely.


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@drk, you might want to go read this article.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikmat...out-of-a-tree/

Like Arnold Palmer said, "swing your swing".
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Old 02-29-2020, 10:36 AM
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Someone tell Brody that front foot/leg needs to be turned in when throwing a distance line, not out. Helps prevent rounding and falling forward prematurely.
Be careful saying anything that's not 100% positive about "Bro".
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@drk, you might want to go read this article.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/erikmat...out-of-a-tree/

Like Arnold Palmer said, "swing your swing".
I think with putting and approaching that's absolutely true, but for a distance line, that plant foot absolutely needs to be turned inward. It's human biomechanics/physics in play, no way around it. Go ahead and slow mo any of the top players, they all do it.




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