Eventually I'm hoping to have some decent videos up, but last time I went out with a friend to video some drives we didn't get many good clips due to shaky video or trying to zoom in. So this is all I got for now.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAT6HHOn ... re=related
This one I posted before about a year ago, so I'll relist it for reference I suppose. I'm rolling a seasoned DX Eagle over 400 feet, and I actually ended up getting the birdie. Its a hole that's very hard to get to in one shot (14 long veterans park) so this is a good example of a roller for me, though its a year old and I've changed some things since then.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCWl4IZveTg
This one was from around the time I started working on my snap, just before I started playing tourneys. So I probably threw 20 or 30 feet shorter than now. That's a roadrunner scampering around during it lol.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2imJM5lLz0
My friend took this one for me last week on another hole that's unreachable for most, so I'm throwing pretty hard I guess. Obviously this is after I did a lot of work on snap, so occasionally my hard drives will finish with a resounding snap I didn't think would be as loud as it is in the video.
I figure I'm mostly doing things too fast/rushed, as my normal focus during practice is to not throw as hard, and be as smooth as I can. But let me know what you think! I'll try to get some decent videos up in the next week or two.
I'm somewhere between 450 and 500 in terms of max D (any line[flat hyzer, S curve, anhyzer], but not consistently), maybe up towards 600 with some perfectly angled sky rollers. I'm also kind of curious as to whether I'm snap or speed dominant.
I throw Terminators when nobody looks.