Blake_T wrote:the most i can say is, we're getting there. the hold up right now is that 75% of the perfect form is timing and it's incredibly difficult to teach perfect timing.
josser wrote:probably because of not being able to get the hang of finger spring in general.)
Blake_T wrote:the video i have of him on the DGR site putting does have finger spring and palm push. it's not always a standard % of each on a putt for a given player.
some might have 90% emphasis on finger spring 10% on palm push. another might be 40% spring 60% push. what's important is that it's a mix of both that happens.
Blake_T wrote:the way to tell if it's a spring/push putt: the wrist changes angle BEFORE the putter is released. the wrist usually stops changing angle upon release.
the way to tell if it's a slide putt: the wrist doesn't change angle at all, changes AFTER the putter is released, or changes AS the putter is released.
masterbeato wrote:josser wrote:probably because of not being able to get the hang of finger spring in general.)
think of it by lifting the disc with your finger tips before you release.
the release is popping your fingers off with such force that all of your fingers do not touch the rim of the disc coming out, and they all leave at precisely the same exact time.
But with the wrist only going from slightly closed to neutral and his hand not seeming to ever actually get behind the disc I got confused.
Please clarify for us exactly the difference in throwing styles in drives for the people that may not know what it is whenever you have the patience, and i do not want to get anything wrong by trying to explain it myself. (lagged arm, carolina, and swedish.)
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