I went to a football field today and corrected my timing issues. I realised I could only throw 360', from goal post to goal post. Two issues arose; I was throwing my teebirds on par with my beasts, and yet my beasts needed 30' of fairway to work with. Granted, there was 5-10mph wind that was swirling a bit (it happens when your in an open field in a forest) and my Teebirds only needed a straight damn line with 8' left to fade. Second, It seemed like I was throwing as far as I have in the past (what i thought was 410' at least), and I was parking holes marked 420' while only going this 360' of distance, so either the air was too thick to get my max distance (10' above sea level with socked in fog), holes at golf courses have the ability to contract down syndrome, or I have gone crazy.
I also noticed I could get a firmer snap on DX plastic, as compared to champion. It could have been the moisture, it might not have; I'll see tomorrow. I wanted to know how possible it is to be competetive in A-tier competition with a max distance of 360'? All the a-tier tourny winners I hear of are able to crank 410'+ accurately, but i could have filtered that through my selective vision.