Have fun! If you're not having fun while playing disc golf, you're doing it wrong! Try and play with better, more experienced players than yourself. You'll be surprised at how well this can help you improve your game! Don't limit yourself to just throwing one style. Force yourself to learn backhand, forehand, overhand, rollers, etc. as they will all become valuable tools in finding success on the course and make you a more versatile player!
One of my most memorable moments was carding my first eagle at my favorite course, Hyzer Creek, hole 16 (par 5, the famous basket in the creek hole) in a casual round with Eric McCabe and he got it ALL on video!
I think the family values that Team Dynamic Discs embraces are what separates it from other disc golf teams. Every team member is a true ambassador to the sport and their dedication, passion, and commitment to the team, family, and brand that is Dynamic Discs is what makes this team second to NONE and it is an honor for me to be a part of it!
For forehand and backhand hyzer approach shots that need to stick to the green