Here is my driving form. I max at a little over 400' with a Wraith. I've been playing for about a year and a half and up until mid-fall my driving form was different every week. This is where I've settled for a couple months, but I know there are some things I'm not doing properly.
First of all, I release at a hyzer for just about every throw, even when I try to throw flat. I notice in these videos that I do lean a bit over my disc. I'm not sure how to break this habit. I know I could get better distance with some flatter releases.
I also think I could try turning my back more towards my target. I don't really load that second step of the X like I see some people do.
I notice that my pull line starts high and ends low. I think this could be because I'm not actually "pulling" much (that is, applying force with my left tricep and actually PULLING through.) I could be letting my arm "swing" through. My pull also comes in close to my RIGHT pec, but, being a lefty, I ought to be focused on pulling it more in to my left pec, yes?
All comments are appreciated- I've never had anyone offer me advice on disc golf before. Sorry I couldn't get some slow-motion involved :/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LG2oWGggD8