presidio hills wrote:one things i've found in disc golf is you always have to play your own game and find your own style. ...
I start to struggle when I play with players that believe you should throw like them. I do like to learn new lines by observing others, but you don't want the hyzer flip guy convince you that all shots must be thrown with hyzer. Having said that, I learned how to throw a hyzer flip from that guy.
I learned how to throw annhyzers (and rollers) from watching a guy that throws nothing but annhyzers and flex shots. However, I do start to struggle when I go to throw MY shot, and they insist you throw something else. It's the "why aren't you throwing the correct line" syndrome.
There's a hole on my local course that is pretty much a straight shot to the basket with a low ceiling. I like to throw a stable disc and leave it short (wind purposes). One of the locals will get on my cause about a shot like this because he believes that I should throw a hard annhyzer over all of the trees and bring it in left to the basket.