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With a clean FH form you can throw anything you want. But according to some of the best FH throwers in the world (well, one at the very least) FH simply doesn't have the spin potential that BH has. Meaning that at the far end of the distance spectrum you're probably going to need more stability than a BH thrower at similar distances. Mind you, those distances are pretty far.
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Majority of my FH are off the tee just to get a different line or to work on it. I use a Star Xcal for this, and a few weeks ago i was trash doing it, changed 1 finger on my grip and then absolutely bombed on a line past a hole that was roughly 350 out. Disc never got more than 10-15 feet off the ground. Me and my buddy were speechless. I now have a FH driving disc
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