I have progressed in snap power(i think) to where I can usually make any of my rocs glide over to the right a few feet over the course of the flight before fading left. This has turned out a way more reliable shot line than the old ones practiced to over come fade. 3 months ago I was releasing with anhyzer and getting s lines with a roc and turning over a mako at full tilt off the tee. Last week, I was releasing rocs flat and getting laser straight lines off the tee, turning a mako softly more right than a roc. Today, I was able to stand still and get a 176 star san marino roc to come in on a straight line with about 5 degrees of hyzer at about 250'. I can really try and get one to glide right with no fade back now, or I can hyzer and get it straight. Sometimes I try to get a straight shot and it fades bad right, and after thinking about it, I think the only difference in my throws is really focusing or not on keeping my right shoulder higher through the rip and release and making sure my wrist stays firm until release. I check my wrist alignment during prep for every shot by looking straight down my arm with disc in hand checking to see that my arm, wrist and thumb are all point the same way in a line with my thumb about a thumb width in from the disc edge. Since I made that habit, my drives with mids have been going as long as my fairway drivers used to and I suddenly find myself using less of the molds I carried before and being able to focus more on getting hyzers to to hyzer and annies to anhyzer with more stable discs by now focusing on disc angle during the reach back more than the right grip to release from.
Last edited by jaydub803
on Thu Jan 06, 2011 7:27 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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