sleepy wrote:I sleepy, do hereby commit to use the Comet as my main midrange disc for a period of no less than one (1) year; commencing 11/24/09 and ending (if I so choose) on 11/24/10.
lacrimosa wrote:lately I've been experimenting with controlled flick rollers in wooded areas where I'd normally throw a thumber/trick shot through a small opening to get to the pin. a beat wizard/bulldog (or any heavy slower disc I'd guess) seems to work well for this. rather than rolling them straight to the pin though, I've been throwing them at an angle and away from the pin, so that they 'fade' toward it. when I throw them straight with no angle, the fade is harder to predict.
bernie wrote:Did assignment #2 this morning...found good and bad. First the good, my thumber shot works very well on short holes that require a slight finish to the right (this was a surprise). Also found an anhyser lane on a few holes, that I hadn't seen before. Now for the bad, my sidearm is ok at best and I can't throw a backhand roller at all. I am a one dimensional (ok maybe two with the thumb shot) player but this is exactly why I am still at the intermediate level with a sub 900 rating. My sidearm shots never come off clean-they always flutter-doesn't matter what disc either. I seem to recall that this occurs when the arm speed is greater than the wrist snap. Is that correct? How do I fix it? I can throw a two fingered roller but how do you throw a sidearm roller? Is that a scooby? I plan on working on these shots in the field and then reassessing on the course. I also found that my putting was negatively effected by this as, I believe, my confidence wasn't as strong so my putting reflected my mindset. Bernie
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