peppermack wrote:So I have been really reading this thread the last couple of days and the late acceleration and wrist snap right at the end has made a world of difference. Today doing field work I was really concentrating on a controlled slow pull, and then hitting it right as the wrist was starting to open. I made a huge difference. My average drive is usually right around 400' +- 20'. I was hitting 450-480' on every clean drive (80% of the throws). I boomed one out to 510. This is only like the 4th time I have ever hit one over 500'. My drives have sucked this spring so far after the long winter layoff. I watched a bunch of Bruce Lee stuff last night, and for some reason it really cemented the idea in my head. Hopefully this new Distance Potential carriers over! Although one thing I have learned that a great long throw can be undone with a really crappy upshot. Might as well have thrown 50' shorter and had a decent upshot and made a par or birdie, rather than a great drive, horrid up shot, long putt for birdie or par, and then two putting it for a bogie
Frank Delicious wrote:I try to psyche people out on my card. I usually do this by getting nude around the 4th hole.
Anode|ION|JOKERi|MD2|FD|TD|PD|LEGENDaParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
jubuttib wrote:You're throwing over 400' pretty consistently, how bad can it be?
Frank Delicious wrote:and now we know the secret to your power. You are more machine than bear!
Blake_T wrote:this is a matter of timing being the over-riding factor in all of this. timing > positions.
JHern wrote:I feel like I can get this wrenching grip just before release, but the result is mostly just a loud plastic popping of the disc out of my fingers. I get higher rotation, but I don't feel like it is adding velocity to the throw at all. What am I doing wrong? Is this just bad timing?
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