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So say you have a bad drive, oops i ment to say... So say the wind changed on you, and you land in that nasty brush where there is no room to throw you everyday shot.
What would you throw, if all are an option to get to the basket 120 feet away.
Big step out anhyzer Forhand
Standing backwards step out Anhyzer Backhand
Forhand Roller/Thumb Roller
Keep in mind this crazy brush will also any shot other then normal forhand or back hand.
I really love to throw the the high forhand anhyzer
tomahawk seems to get me out of a bad situation more than anything else. But I am a noob noob=lot of bad drives
All of the above. Backhand stepout anny is my fav.
Same here. If I can backhand it I will
It really depends on the situation but lately I have been absolutely nailing the forehand anhyzer shot with a Star TeeBird in the 50 to 150 foot range. I hit one the other day that was dead center. That disc is magic!
I throw the shot that gets closest to the pin :)
120'? Forehand anny with my putter. SNAPPP!
I'm also an 'all of the above' kind of guy. When in situations like this I tend to throw forehand anhyzers and thumbers equally often, with the 'patent pending' backhand coming in a close third.
I'm no noob, but I still get plenty of trouble to keep me practicing these shots more often than I'd like :).
Depends on what's in front of me. Sometimes there is no shot. Use what you know for that specific situation.
Sidearm roller under all the trees . . .
teebirds r magical
I get better "d" with a forehand from a standstill.