I've been playing about 2 years now and feel I have a good understanding of technique. The other day I met a discgolfer here in Michigan who wasn't exactly a pro but seemed like he had a comfortable and consistent technique. This his name was Bob, and said his pdga # was in the low thousands and he could have gotten it in the 3 digits but didn't have money for the memebership at the time. So Bob has been aroudn since the sport began, and the one piece of advice he gave to a beginner that we were playing with was to start your pull low, and keep the disc low as you pull too.
I don't recall any technique articles or discussions ever saying anything like this, but maybe it's related to the shoulder fold/dip and it also seems that some players like Lundmark (pro in european champion ship hyzernauts video) kept the disc really low too.
I tried doing this myself a little bit, and it seems to give me a really powerful hyzer, but I don't think I could throw the disc flat or anhyzer by pulling the disc on this low line.
I was wondering if anyone had an understanding of this advice, and should I be able to incorporate it into flat and anhyzer shots as well?
Today seems like a good day to toss a disc or two.
The one for hyzer-flipping, turning over right on que.
I try to throw just like that, but sometimes I really suck.
Some say I need to get the axing, chalk it up to bad luck.