allsport1313 wrote:Hello community! I've been a frequent lurker for a few months now, so it is nice to finally meet all of you! Please forgive me if this is a repeat question.
I picked up the wonderful game of disc golf early in the summer, so I'm a newbie (3-4 months experience). I'm really happy with the way my golf game has evolved, but there is one thing lately that is piling on strokes more than anything else - I cannot get a disc to finish straight for the life of me. Up until now I've managed to get by exclusively through compensating, throwing far to the right (RHBH hyzer), or throwing far to the left on turnover shots.
I'm asking for advice because, well, it stinks to watch all my buddies park the 200 foot straight holes and me always card a par just because it isn't a "hyzer-friendly" hole. My overstable discs always go so far left, while my stable to understable discs always go so far right. Is this a matter of finding that equilibrium disc, or could it be a technique issue? Thank you in advance for any responses!
Here is some info that may be relevant:
-I'm 5'11, 160 lbs.
-My drives range from 275-325 feet, primarily using the power grip
-I typically tee off with Innova Wraiths(175g DX, 150g blizzard champion) or Innova Leopards(167g DX, 167g champion)
-I also carry a Discraft Surge (160g ESP) and a Discraft Force (172g Z-line), but I get pretty terrible results from them (too overstable?).
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