It was 95 degrees here today so I waited until 6 PM to play a few holes. When I got out to the course a few clouds had rolled in and it felt pretty nice on the course. I hooked up with a few friends for a few holes and I was super relaxed. I didn't try to crush anything but I had more distance. I was just relaxed and threw the disc gently with good technique and I finally birdied a hole that up until today I had not birdied.
Just goes to show that smooth technique will get you distance. I've been trying to crush a Katana lately, but now I realize that "crush" shots have their place, but you don't always need to do that in order to get distance. Go smooth!
Slow and steady wins the race. Smooth and steady gets the D.