CatPredator wrote:If you're lying to yourself about your distances, that isn't helping either. Seems if you were throwing Eagles 400' with ease you'd be bombing them 425'+ on distance lines, Valks 430'-440', and perhaps Wraith type discs 450'. Being accurate at those distances will get you wins in all but, and perhaps even including, the top tiers of play.
CatPredator wrote:I don't mean to bring up the internet distance contest because obviously many people can throw Eagles 400' and would still like to throw them farther and more accurately and you could easily be one of them. It is interesting that it's the only thing you've commented on so far though...
Do you do field work? Have you video taped yourself? Do you work out? Do you play when you're rested?
Roc Lover wrote:We need to crush some field work brah.
Roc Lover wrote: As for your post and questions;
Fatigue could be an issue. Either physical, mental or both.
Keeping focus during a round can be hard, sometimes for me I find myself making errors doing things that are normally automatic. When in reality theyre not automatic, they take a small amount of extra concentration that i may not be giving that moment because its easy to forget that extra little mental checklist in your head. The one that when you use it you barely know it but you did it. When you skip over that sometimes small errors occur that get compounded and show exponentially 400 feet and 150 off the fairway later.
Id suggest, when you notice somethings off, take an extra few seconds to compose yourself before your next shot. Not to the point of overthinking it, just to help you remember to not underthink it.
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