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This is new to me, up until just a few days ago I never throw my mid-range disc's for anything but a short shot, but I started playing them off the tee and I can really control where the disc goes, and I can driver them a lot farther then I thought I could! I have also just started using my putting for some shots under 200 feet and the control it really easy once you get used to throwing a putter that hard.

I know this is not a new idea and alot of you do this... how has this worked out for you who have tried. And I listen (kinda) to any tips.

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I always mix it up. When facing shorter and more technical shots off the tee, I am more likely to throw a buzz , roc, meteor putter..... They give you alot of control....
What advise ;)~
I think, after time. We all have done this. The biggest change for me. Was changing my grip style when I used a putter of mid. I found the fork grip or the one Dave Feldberg has shown in his video.
My grip for the mid-range off the tee is fine, but still trying to find the grip on the putter, my finger wants to be on the lip of the disc like a putt but my mind wants it to be on the inside of the disc like a drive.
Our local course is pretty short, this summer I was playing all but one of the holes with putters and mids. The only shot I haven't been able to get a mid to is 325' hole with a wooded entrance to the pin. I don't use the full run up for my mids and I use a fork grip. For the putters, I try to stay slow and smooth. I don't like ripping putters, I like being able to place them. So I try not to use them on anything over 180'.
Putter only rounds at any course and using mids has changed my game quite a bit. I find it beyond comical when I step up to a 250 hole (that has some play) and see people pull out Tbirds, valks, or whatever speed drivers and I use a Comet or putter. Depending on the nature of the whole and if there is wind or not, I'll use a putter up to 225' plus or minus.

You have so much more control and it is easier for placement shots as well. I'm convinced that your game will get better if you dump drivers for awhile. If it happened to me and others posting here, then it can happen to you.
I started driving mainly with mids after playing at the Mi State Championships. I really only drive with mids on holes that are up to 320. More than that and I go to a driver.
Played a game here in Hilo Today only using Mids and putters, was only over par by 3, so not to bad... at least a good start.
Drone, Zone, or Hornet.. Depending on the Dist.
Putters and Mid-Range Disc's are great training tools for your game.
I do not have super D at all. We have this 170' hole that people pull all the super long discs.

I will take my putter and hit metal about 2 of 5 times. This basket I have down. Most of the times I am within 5'.
LOL, yeah...I play with a lot of people here in AK that will pull out drivers for 220' holes or shorter. Doesn't make sense to me at all; it seems they're relying on stability (constantly) instead of truly learning how to throw discs that are better for the shot.

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