Thanks for all of the great advice.
JHern: Actually, I am driving 16 backwards. Hole 16 is a lot flatter than hole 6. There is a set of logs about 325 feet out on hole 16. I set my camera on the logs and was driving back towards the tee.
So I have heard the following advice:
1) I am pulling too fast too soon, I should start slowly and explode at the end
2) Forget the one step, work on standstill throws
3) Flatten my arm pull, swoop my shoulders, not my arm
4) Use the right pec drill to learn to release the disc later
5) Use the hips more to power your throw
6) Stop the elbow.
7) Get the disc in tighter to my body
Don't straighten the plant leg, go down instead
9) Don't get chest up too fast
10) Reach back with bent elbow
11) try stepping further behind with my cross step
12) Keep wrist down all the way through the pull
13) Avoid early release/slips
14) Plant foot long before starting pull
15) In standstill, keep 90% weight on back foot, shift weight, then pull
Wow, lots to work on. Where to start?
Clearly this is too much to change at once. So I think I would like to start working on:
A) Work on a standstill drive, shift weight, pull, swoop shoulders not arm, keep disc close to body, start slow, accelerate late, keep wrist down
Once I have mastered that, then I can take on some of the other items. Actually, I should probably take another video at that point and see if the rest of the issues are still there or if new issues arise.
Have I missed anything? Does the plan make sense?
Thanks again for the great advice