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- Pick a spot in the distance at which to aim based on how you expect your disc to turn/fade.
- Start with putters and mids of lighter weights to learn finesse, wrist and release angle.
- Don't go nuts getting the highest speed discs as they will exaggerate flaws.
- Take your bag down to a football field on a windy day and empty it going back and forth between endzones.
Hitting an ace while playing with my son during the early days of the pandemic.
The communication with the people running the team/company.
My new maximum distance driver. The ideal grip! If I crush it on the slightest hyzer due to it being slightly understable, I'm getting an extra 20-30 feet with accuracy.
The driver I trust the most out of the tee pad. It's also great for throwing flat at a low height and getting severe distance.
New addition to my bag. Huge fade factor at the end, which on a low crush has allowed me to get big skimming distance after landing.
Classic S-curve on a distance driver, or for hyzer flip on slight downhills. Great for tailwind drives to prevent early fade.
All hail! The only "ludicrous speed" disc I keep in the bag. I'll uncork on an open field for maximum potential distance and love it for distance rollers too.
True to its name. I feel like I'm chopping with it. It holds a great anny line without the nose biting downwards and still only a gentle fade at the end. I can pop a roller as well.
Great for anny's in a tailwind, or severe anny on approach shots. My most recent ace in the woods came with a Witness - ironically I didn't want my Hatchet to hit a tree.
Once it's in my hand, I feel like I'm tossing a lid on the quad. Handles every angle right and doesn't bail when I put some muscle into it.
Great for getting around corners or when facing a big headwind on an approach. It wants to fade far and fast.