Don't be too hard on yourself, everyone had to start somewhere. Just remember to keep everything controlled and smooth and with practice and determination, you will see your hard work pay off. Don't forget to have fun because if you are not doing that then you are not doing it right!
Even though I've been playing disc golf since 2005, my most memorable moment has to be winning the 2018 US Amateur Match Play Championships in Emporia. Not only did I put together some of the most solid rounds of golf in my career, I got to experience the whole thing with my little brother on the bag encouraging me and helping keep my mental game strong.
Everyone is very friendly and welcoming. You get a real sense of not just friends but being part of a family. They're doing so many different things to grow the sport for the future.
Long drive shots that I can trust to fade back at the end. Also good for big stable forehand shots.
Used as a longer Explorer when I need a straight distance shot with not a lot of movement in the flight path and reliable, slow fade at the end.
More stable version of my Fuzion Trespass, used for a tighter s-flight and in windier conditions.
Used for open distance shots where I can take advantage of the full flex of the disc flight.
Used for more controlled drives, but I do get that reliable fade left at the end. Also used for shorter forehand shots.
Strong headwind and sidearm shots. Also used for technical shot shaping.
Shots that need to start flat and finish flat in the 300-350ft range.
Putter drives between 150-250 that can handle the torque to not flip over but doesn't dump hard at the end.
Headwind putter drives and short shots that need to go left fairly quickly.
Great for half power upshots that need to stay straight and longer hyzer flip shots anywhere from 200-300 feet.