All good golfers (disc and ball) have a consistent pre-shot routine. What's yours? Different for drives, upshots, putts? I usually always extend the disc out on the line I want before any throw and go.
I start with a deep breath and a couple of seconds to focus. Then I do two quick, exaggerated practice throws more or less on the line I want to throw and then immediately throw or run up and throw. My goal is to stretch out my arm a little and to remind myself to follow though.
Before I take my shot I find three possible lines and decide which one is the best depending on conditions. (Straight, Anhyzer, or hyzer)
Then I take my disc and imagine it going in the line I choose to take.
Focus, on the line take my warm up steps.
Step back, take a deep breath, then let it rip.
Putting I focus on the post on in the middle of the basket. Take a breathe, practice the putting motion, then when it feels right take the putt.
Im only realy good with putting, I guess to make up for my bad upshots. Anyway I tend to fucus 3/4 the way up the pole for short puts say less then 25'. anything over i focus on a object inline but behind the basket like a tree or branch, whatever is there, then shake the nerves off refocus and put. Also remimber to shoot a little long cause if you miss short it never had a chance. As long as there is no O.B. or vally beyond the basket. Good luck