Mason65 wrote:Hows your putting?
JHern wrote:I know you're trying to throw 450' with putters and all, but...also seems like you also use a lot of stable/overstable discs. I.e., I note the absence of a disc that is designed to continuously turn at high speed through a high apex (nose down) for max distance lines. If true, you might think about getting something more suitable for these kinds of lines...that in itself can add 50'. Ever try a Beast, or similar?
emiller3 wrote:I also second the idea that controlled 400' of distance, for me throwing an Eagle or Destroyer on a flat line drive with no flip and a decent amount of fade, is nothing to laugh at, it gets you through just fine on most holes on most courses.
For me personally, I believe I'm not getting great late acceleration...I've never worked on the right pec drill. I also believe that my wrist extension is fleeting...those great rips that go 420' or even 450', I can feel my arm whip through because my timing is perfect, I get enough height, and I focus it all into the wrist extension, and the disc pops. I also tend to not get my weight forward, and everything goes back to being about 380' because I get the nose up some. My arm also gets a lot more sore...now that I'm consistently getting my weight forward, I must not be strong arming, because I just keep throwing and throwing and I'm not getting sore. So, like BU says, it may just be timing, playing with those and getting them all to work together...you get a couple throws where it works, and you just keep trying to emulate it. The knowledge you gain here really helps you to assess your throw and tweak things.
keltik wrote: I'm not a touring pro and I don't plan to be but I enjoy this game and I enjoy throwing farther than the average joe.
Frank Delicious wrote:and now we know the secret to your power. You are more machine than bear!
masterbeato wrote:keltik wrote: I'm not a touring pro and I don't plan to be but I enjoy this game and I enjoy throwing farther than the average joe.
i am an avg. joe.....
GunnerUnitas wrote:are you using the same controlled run up(x step/hop) for your distance throws as well?
W/o a vid its hard to diagnose.
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