drinkysr wrote:When you say "torquing it over" or "turning it over" do you mean the right-to-left turn (for rhbh) that occurs during the high-speed flight of the disc?
Turning over is when the disc turns right for a rhbh player during the high speed portion of the flight. Normally, people will say they "turned over" a disc if it goes way to the right. The disc drifting of to the right a few feet is fairly normal.
Torqueing over a disc means you turned it over because your throw wasn't smooth enough. Many times you'll get flutter, too. Many times, people turn over discs at slower speeds because of torque, but mistakenly think it's because of how fast they are throwing it (speed will cause a disc to turn over as well.)
Many people (especally new players) have this "off axis torque" in their throw and aren't able to throw understable discs like a Stingray or really slow discs like a Polecat out that far in a straight line. In short, what I meant by my last paragraph was that being able to do that is good.