About a month ago, my throws averaged about 330', but I had been stuck on that distance for a couple of years, despite practicing in an open field 2-4 times weekly. So, I decided to take a step back and relearn the throw properly using the shoulders and legs (my previous technique was just to strong arm the disc). My D immediatly dropped to a 270' average, and I am unable to touch my previous distance marks. I have yet to see any improvement in my drivers, however, I now throw my Aviar P&A 275' on average (yes, that's farther than my drivers). This is a huge improvement over the 200' marks I maxed out with my putter using with my old technique.
While I am incouraged by my drastic increase in "Putter D", I'm discouraged by my inability to touch that distance with my drivers. Oh, and I don't think the problem is with a nose up release, as my usually flight path is flat, low, and short. Any ideas?