I had been considering asking this in another thread but because the question of grip styles came up I figure I'll ask it here, I've been using a two fingered power grip for some time know and I've only seen one other person with a similar grip to mine, and he had a significantly larger hand then mine, my fingers are rather small. most people I know throw with a 3 fingered or full 4 fingered grip, is the two fingered grip going to cause distance problems doon the line, it works pretty well for me know, although I feel like I lose a touch of control on wet days, right know I'm throwing 330-350.
I've used it before but honestly don't know how it would compare in distance and accuracy now. I was more accurate with it but once I harnessed more power from my legs and focused my power later in the throw I began to get slippages if I didn't squeeze like with death grip. Usually the extra hard grip wasn't necessary but unless I did that I got a few early slippages.
The thing that turned me off of this grip was getting bloody broken callouses on the right side of the tip of my middle finger. The good thing about the two finger power grip for me was looser forearm muscles than with any previous grip allowing for more nose down until the the overcompensation with the death grip to prevent slippages.
Thanks to the guys here I got more info about nose down and noticed that I needed to shift my weight more forward than I used to. So I can't compare the grips now because I haven't tried the two finger grip with the improvements I got this summer.
It'd be interesting to try it a couple of times only per day to save my skin and to see if I'd get more nose down with looser muscles to be able to let my wrist move and throw higher with nose down. A feat I've never accomplished
Preventing good practice for snapping my wrist and robbing me of accuracy and distance and some flight lines. Aargh! The times when reality slaps you into face and reminds me of the fact that there doen't exist a division for handicapped people and I'm !"#¤%& one.