kadenspop wrote:i went to La Mirada today and they have a much longer course then el dorado and i tried my SL out it was going about 350, and thanks to star shark and a random hippie at the course, ive ironed out the nose up issue very well. i was doing a big run cross step, but throwing it and not stepping far enough to balance my throws. slowed down my run up, simplified it, and am making myself nice and balanced throughout and ive extended my throw quite a bit and it has a much better line when i throw it. i picked up a champion valk from a random guy at el dorado for 5 bucks and i LOVE it. i throw it really far and really straight. i overthrew it the first time i tossed it by about 150' it was nuts (i had a pretty strong tailwind too). Amazing suggestion on the Teebird. i got a champ teebird xout (it says +tb on the underside, is that a different model?) and it is amazing. so straight and so comfortable to throw i love it. i like it more then my leopard and on the 63 holes i played today i found myself reaching for it most of the time and rarely going to the leopard. i want to get rid of my sharks, at least one of them. i dont like the way it throws. i want to try a different mid disc style.
ive been playing around with forehand shots with my boss, and someone today told me its not a very good disc to throw forehand and let me try his xcalibar. very big difference throwing it. should i trade them out or is there another forehand disc i should try out first?
other then that ive been playing around with the rhyno. it has alot of break and its not that fast, but its so soft i really want to learn to throw it.
oh and i got a roadrunner from play it again, it rolls really far when i try roller shots, but i cant decide if i like it more of a backhand or forehand shot. what do most people do with it?
kadenspop wrote:@fightingthetide - when you say learn how to throw the RR on a hyzer, can you explain that a little bit?
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