still fighting with nose down. For the most part I am still averaging 20ft short of where I was hitting when I made the OP, but the accuracy has improved a lot and I am hitting my lines more often. I feel like my snap has developed enough that I COULD break this plateau, but the nose down issue seems to be very difficult to tame for me. If I throw 10 drives on a 306ft flat hole with little or no wind the putters will be around 200ft (250 on a good day), mids around 250-275, and drivers 275-300. I can manage to "get hold of" maybe two of the ten (drivers or meteor), and these will go 320-360 but typically way right of my target. On a bad day every driver and mid will land in an almost perfect line with varying amounts of fade.
I can break the 320 mark more often with certain discs like a beat dx wraith or a sidewinder, but they dont feel reliable enough in accuracy for me to use in a scored round. Here is what I have been throwing for reference. Am I wrong to think that I am not carrying any mold that is considered particularly nose angle sensitive?
175 dx valk beat- pretty much my main distance driver
169 dx viking newish- moderate wind or more stable line sub for the valk
175 polaris ls 1.13 moderately beat - control/dead straight/utility
175 polaris ls 1.13 newish - wind resistant control driver
150 dx leopard - mostly for limited movement drives/long upshots but I use it for lots of utility shots
x buzzz - for what a buzzz doezzz
esp hornet - heavy wind, short straight shots with hard fade, big hyzer
esp meteor 169 - long upshots, crazy hyzer flips, this disc does all kinds of fun things
s glow wizard - putt driver, light putting duty
sss magic - main putter
150 dx aviar - more understable craftiness