Blake_T wrote:i hesitate to cover any articles on practice aside from the "measure skills not scores" article i have written.
doing something wrong 1000 times just makes it more difficult to fix it/change it in the future.
i understand your point here. so then, how should one practice playing disc golf?
i think i have ways of knowing if i'm grooving bad or good habits. i can watch my discs and notice if they're flying properly. i can ask myself if a throw felt uncomfortable or effortless. i can throw putters or understable midrange to see if my throw has off axis torque. etc...
i completely see your point. my putting at one time went really downhill when i started putting like crap and kept trying to get through it when really the best option would've been to take a break for a week.
but don't we need to practice to improve? we play all the time. we love to play. so how can we play without getting worse?