Which discs can you throw 400' consistantly? If it's your fairway drivers then you're probably OK with everything but the distance drivers (pick one and yes, the Orc counts as a distance driver). If that's your distance driver distance then you might be better off picking up some DX Teebirds and Eagles to learn control better. It will be a lot easier to learn to shape lines with a DX Eagle than any other disc you have listed.DillonN wrote:I’ve been playing since June 07 and have gotten my distance up to 400 consistently. Now I just need to learn how to controle it.
I mean more than 2 directional changes during flight. Throwing on a hyzer, letting the disc flip to flat or slightly over and then fading is 2 changes (hyzer to flat, flat to fade). Throwing on a hyzer, flipping to flat and holding that line for a while, then tracking right for a while and finally fading would be 3 directional changes. If done right you can control when and how much the disc turns over after it's flown flat for a while and you can control if and when the disc fades. Learing these types of shots is typically easiest with semi beat, versatile fairway drivers in low end plastic (DX Eagle-X, D Cyclone, DX Gazelle.)DillonN wrote:Also what do you mean when you say shape a line with the eagles? (I just want to make shure I understand you right)
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