Ryen91 wrote:I am pretty sure I am more intelligent then you think and have allot more knowledge then your post might suggest.
Beetard wrote:The faster the tailwind the more overstable the disc flies, hence the fading out and going left.
Also the faster the tailwind, the faster the disc drops/the less lift it has.
Throw less stable discs higher and or with more anhyzer.
kachtz1 wrote:i am so frustrated with this wind throwing technique, it is so hard to get right, its like 1 out of every 10 throws i get to go correct. but that is better than a few months ago it was like 1 out of 25 hah
masterbeato wrote:Blake and many other people have said to me and in my presence that anything past 575' is all luck. i agree. distance throwing is super fun and i enjoy trying to get those lines right, i just dont see the importance to compete with it although i probably should. i am more focused on other things i put as more important priorities.
all of my issues in distance has to do with sucking really bad at wide open shots. hitting 500' through tunnel shots that are restricted but can barely push 430' in the wide open. that is my issue. and my ability to aim in the woods is correct, my ability to aim out of the woods is worse than most people. if i have nothing to aim at, its impossible for me to focus on anything.
so i am constantly seeking advice for that.
kachtz1 wrote:...when throwing with a strong tailwind, maybe 25+ mph wind, does the speed of the wind determine how far left or high i should throw or is there an optimum line for throwing with a tailwind reguardless of the wind speed?....for example
if the wind is 15mph would i throw it the same line as i would for a 25 mph wind but maybe just higher?
...95% of the time the disc stalls and goes left, 4% of the time the disc turns over and crashes, 1% of the time i actually get one to glide out, and it goes really far!
any ideas on how to be more consistant with this shot? or does it just take experience that i do not have yet.
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