JR wrote: It may be that you throw too slowly for the Beast and having been designed to fly at great speed it starts the fade so early that it hits the ground early slashing distance.
This is precisely what happens every time just to varying degrees. I love the sport and want to get better. I can throw my coyote about as far as my driver and to me that says something is wrong. Somewhere around 180 to 200 feet it fades hard left, very hard left. I know i lose a lot of distance because of how strong it fades. I usually can match my drives with my coyote. I have been making sure that i do throw the disc flat. I have even thrown it anhyzer to try to compensate for my strong fade but it does not help.
JR wrote:Do you run from back left to front right of the tee and/or plant the final step of the throw to the right of the line you run on? That may tilt you hyzer.
In regards to the above quote I do run slightly from back left to front right, but more from back left towards front right slightly then diagonally. I also do plant my foot to the right of the line i run on. could that be my issue?