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During my last several outings the wind has been brutal. Lots of consistent breezes, huge gusts. I’ve noticed some players be able to complete use this to there advantage and throw some wicked anhyser s-curves and huge hysers over trees. I’m just wonder what everyone does during windy conditions. Do you play low? Do you use to your advantage? How?

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I seem to play very good in the wind, but I attack it.
Headwind, I bust out a nuke and crush it with hyzer, and ohh boy do I get some sick D
Tailwind, flippy sidewinder and I give it all I got, tend to get alot of D if I give it enough hight.

Also today I pulled my Mako out in a tailwind and got my 2nd Ace, bounced of the side of anouther basket, and chained out of a third. So tailwind and Star Mako = the sweet sound of plastic meeting basket.

Putting- I place one finger on the center of the putter ( bottom side), then wait for the wind to lift whatever side it lifts. Then I know what angle to throw at.
Headwind- putt low and let it rise. Tailwind- putt high let the wind push it down, also nose up. Right to left slight hyzer aim right, slam it in. Left to right- more hyzer slam it in.

I'm RHBH, I may be doing things all wrong but it works for me.

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