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.
Been lurking for a bit and finally decided to say hello from Oregon! Horning, Stubb, Pier and Milo are my usual spots, with the others around the Willamette valley keeping me happy from time to time. I throw Innova plastic, but am finally starting to think about building a third bag of new stuff other than Innova.
Nah, he took a hack at TOURNEYPLAYER in a dumb thread about a guy with drugs up his ass that got flagged. It was his fifth strike so he got a vacation. I was sad since we lost one of our few leftist trolls and I really don't begrudge anybody taking a swipe at TOURNEYPLAYER, but rules are rule and I'm supposed to be objective and all that stuff.
Now the conservative trolls are free to run wild...eh, it's no different than it was before.
Furthur wrote:Either get a lighter one, throw harder, or find a disc with more glide.
Hi, name is Bliss, new to the forums and pretty much new to disc golf. I learned about it when I was a kid and went with my dad and his pals, but didn't actually start trying to play until this past summer. Just looking for a place to discuss discs, chains, and what have you.
That oragnina video deserves a special place in hell.
Hi! My name is Andrew- I obviously didn't get too imaginative with my username. Been trolling here for awhile. Was intending to wait until I had figured out how to link an avatar before joining in but just gave up on that grandiose idea. Been playing dg for a few years, enjoy learning new courses. Still trying to get my form down. I've learned enough from reading stuff here that I now feel qualified to start asking questions. Also, I figure a new year is a good time to start tracking progress via public tracking of disc bag, dye jobs and honing technique.
Hi, fairly new to the board, this is my fourth post I think. I've been playing for ~8 years, but have only really played on a daily basis for the last 2 years (since I got my dog). Started to take it more seriously in 2011, and hopefully I'll start playing tournaments this year. Very glad to find this community!