x-out wrote:let's just say hypothetically that it is not a regular DGR symptom and that i don't have nose angle issues.
that said, any other theories or recommendations?
As long as you recognize, that something in thre couild also be an area of future improvement as long as you keep your eyes open for that possibility i'll throw a few ideas. Joonas Hynönen Finnish 2007 Open champ has thrown a Pure to 423'. Others have thrown other putters farther, but they may have been wind assisted shots. I don't know if the toss of Joonas was wind assisted too. I bet it was close to sea level.
Grip may be an issue. A grip change may help and muscle power training to strengthen the grip is never a bad idea, even if you are happy right now. Rains and playing in cold, when tired throwing annies and rolers give new dimensions to required grip strength.
Are you injured in your throwing arm? Possible subconscious letting go, before injury?
Are you throwing drivers too high equaling putter apex heights and slowing down too early, fading out early and dropping too fast? Which drivers give you grief? Warp speeders at great height is mostly a bad idea even with the front and rear of the disc level. The exception there is Vulcan and flatter TP Kings with drooping low PLH. They won't get shortened as much as Bosses etc.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.