Tschink345 wrote:I am mainly a right hand back hand player and my max golf D is 300'.
It looks like you definitely understand the overlap article and that's very good. If you're happy with how far you throw then you're probabaly good.
However, I'd recommend an "even more minimalist" approach if you would like to gain D. I'd spend some time getting more distance out of the JLS, Rocs and Wizards. Teebirds are great discs, but I find they aren't very forgiving and can be difficult to learn with. Concentrate on gradually higher, nose down shots with minimal effort. As you D starts getting closer to a consistant 320' with the JLS I'd start working in the Valks. The shots don't need to be as high, but they need to be nose down. With paitence, a willingness to break your form down and start over and a few questions in the Technique section you'll be getting those Teebirds out to 350' before too long. Seeing as you don't mind taking written advice I don't see this being horribly difficult if you have the paitence to work out any issues you have.