Cheese wrote:whatever you say, thanks for representing the sport community in such a dick way, you were sooo helpful
you will need to clarify.
no discs that i know of are right/left hand specific. though maybe you could argue that turbo putters / ching discs are a bitter fit for right handers.
certain discs are made to be thrown a specific/unusual way : Aerobie EPIC
certain discs are very overstable and will fade early and hard in their flight : Innova Firebird
certain discs are very understable and will turn early in their flight and fade very little : Innova Sidewinder
im going to assume this is about all your discs finishing in the same direction. which is simply related to the physics of how the disc flies.
throwing RHBH ( which is what most everyone throws ) the spin you create on the disc will cause it to always fade left or at least fight to fade in that direction as it slows down.
the more understable of a disc you can find the less you will see this fade at the end of your throws, but keep in mind you can also turn these discs over to much and end up throwing a roller.
if you can let us know how you throw LHBH/LHFH and what sort of flight you are looking for out of your disc then the people here will make suggestions im sure.
also list your average distance with your main driver, this will help gauge what speed of discs to recommend for your arm speed.
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