JR wrote:keltik wrote:i guess i lack the power to utilize such discs properly......a teebird does this for me (straight to reliable fade) just farther.......but maybe without the wind resistance......and as far as over hand shots.....i use just about anything for those
this is why i'm asking if i'm doing something wrong.....or if i just don't throw far/hard enough
They are best for long throwers. They get better for 400'+ crowd than 350' throwers and less than that they're just utility discs. Pig usage: Throwing low right of a tree ending left of it by the basket for approaches with ceilings. Skips hard headwinds straight or with a straight throw left finish. Avoiding killer hazards on the right. Spikes in winds without flipping or taken completely for a ride by the wind. Limiting blow bys spiking. FH. Compensating user error of OAT or too much arm speed or both. To name a few off the top of my head.
Read: Even a 250' thrower can find use for them but they grow with the thrower to become even better.
pointdisc wrote:I have not thrown understable discs overhand (cue Jesse on roadrunners).
pointdisc wrote:I find this happens when I get lazy on overhand & don't get enough spin. Perhaps the problem? pd
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