keltik wrote: I suspect you are throwing nose up.
If it is a nose up problem, it might just be the way you're gripping it in your hand or angling your wrist. This isn't too hard to fix.
It might be because your body weight isn't shifting hard enough over your right foot. With not enough weight shift, your whole body is slanted backwards a little bit. With a correct weight shift, you should need to step forward with your left foot to keep your balance during the follow-through. This is tricky to get right. It requires a good kick/push off with the left foot during the throw.
It might also just be something funky happening with your arm because you're a noob. Try to keep your elbow, wrist, and the disc all at the same height during the throw. If you're used to throwing ultimate-style frisbees, your arm is probably too low.