Mike C wrote:I'm new to rollers. I've only been trying them for about a month. I got interested in them because I found out I can do a BH roller as far as I can drive, if not a touch further.
So far there seems to be two different styles of BH roller I've seen / tried.
1. Take something way understable, and throw it flat or slightly anny, and let the disc turn over into a roller.
2. Take something stable, and as you release throw with an extreme anhyzer angle (From 10:30 to 4:30) and let the disc land at an angle and gradually turn itself upright as it rolls.
I've been doing #2 with a Stalker and have been having great success. Is there anything wrong with this? Whenever BH rollers are discussed, people seem to recommend stingrays, beat understable fairway drivers, roadrunners etc. Is there any advantage to using this method opposed to the way I've been throwing mine? Or is it simply a matter of learn both, so you have more tricks in your bag?
Just in case it matters, when I throw my rollers I toss them about 30' high and they go 100' or so before hitting the ground.
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