Thanks DGR!

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Thanks DGR!

Postby luma » Sat Sep 07, 2013 12:46 pm

Not really a Video Critique but I thought it would fit in best here.

I just wanted to say thanks to everyone here for helping me with my technique especially in the first months when I was playing. I started playing last August and have learned nearly all the basics from this site and the forum. In the last months I have started to compare my throw more to the pros' throws, which I found - who would have thought so - right here.

So, I have recorded an unofficial 1034 two weeks ago and have really started to find a lot of confidence in my throw. And just to show beginners what is possible to achieve in a year, I made a video of my form a year ago and now. I know that it's still far from perfect, and with professional help I could be a lot further, but I thought I might post it here.... :D :D

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Re: Thanks DGR!

Postby JR » Sat Sep 07, 2013 3:11 pm

That's a great round congratulations! Your putting must be hot or you are parking a lot of holes. 1034 rated round after one year is pretty damn amazing. I wonder if anyone else has ever gotten such a quick progression to such a hot round ever before? Maybe not. Geil!!!
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Re: Thanks DGR!

Postby luma » Sat Sep 07, 2013 3:29 pm

I was simply in the zone with my drives. I parked a lot of holes and made absolutely no mistakes :) I actually only made one 35 footer and the rest was all inside 20-25'. Shot a 980-sth in the second round because the flow was lost a little, but still it was pretty nice :)
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Re: Thanks DGR!

Postby PMantle » Sun Sep 08, 2013 10:53 am

Why do some people touch the disc with their off hand? There's a reviewer on youtube who seems to drag the disc back with the off hand.
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