Help me, oh knowledgeable ones!
Here's the backstory:
Been playing for about 5 years, never played in leagues or had any kind of instruction. Just go out to the practice field a night or two during the evening and hopefully play a few rounds on the weekend during the warmer months.
As of last August, I was playing the best golf of my life. My D was capped at about 350, but my accuracy was really solid. Had one run over a few weeks where I went 5-6 rounds without a bogey.
THEN I decided that I wanted to increase my D. So I borrowed my wife's digital camera and took my first ever video of myself. Wow, was it bad. I mean terrible. My form was so much worse than I ever realized. I never even bothered to post it for critique because there were glaring deficiences that even I could recognize right away. Throwing off my back foot and all kinds of other crap. It quickly became apparent to me that I was never going to be able to "tweak" my form into something decent. I was looking at a rebuild from the ground up. I began the rebuild last fall. Winter interrupted it, and I resumed the rebuild this spring. I have actually succeeded in increasing my D. My max D is now out to about 450 on a good throw, typically some kind of hyzer flip or flex shot.
Problem is, my accuracy is shot to hell. My scores have gotten worse even as my distance has increased. So, recently, I've decided to stop practicing max-D hyzers/anhyzers and just focus on throwing discs with a flat release.
This video shows three throws from today's practice. All thrown flat and low. All ended up between 375-400.
Thanks in advance for any critiques you may offer!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpZksIRi3ys