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Have found that if I release a putt on a slight anhyzer from farther out.... Over 25 feet.... It will glide, get more distance and still stay online w the chains. The farther out I get the more anhyzer needed but I've found it to be very accurate w no jump putting needed, which decreases distance from the basket on misses. :)
Anyone else use this putting technique?

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I used to do it alot, but now my putter is very understable and there is no need for the added anhyzer. Just be carefull on windy days opening the bottom to any crosswind. 

I discovered the same thing about a year ago. I meant to keep working on it as my main putting style, but I keep going back to a standard jump spin toss. A lot of it, for me anyway has to do with my relative location to the target and I am almost always having to deal with trees getting in the way as my local course is moderately wooded.

Wind is another major factor whenever you get the disc off level.

Thanks for the reminder though, I will try the technique again this weekend. I'll try anything to improve my putting LOL.

no I dont. I release slight hyzer and it always stays on line with the chains but the futhur the distance the more spin i aplly. my course pro does the anhyzer putt but I can wupp him most of the time.

many pros putt with the technique  you are describing. 

Yes...but disc still needs to be hitting inside right chains.Blow thru if not and risky when hitting left chains.Then again,it could be just my putting.;>}

Yeah, I've seen many of the top pros putt this way even from shorter distances...Doss and Anthon... Played a round w this style today and definitely takes some getting used to, especially w a little wind. I do love the style for longer putts though.... 35 and out.....just another work in progress ;)

Sounds Good !!! Keep Experimenting and see what works best for you at different distances !!!!!

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