As a beginner it is difficult not to have a falling putt. It is a natural follow-through. The best thing is to find a stable platform for putting and make sure that you maintain that position after throwing. It will be difficult at first…"
"You might want to try the Classic Inferno. Still a bit overstable but nothing like the Raging Inferno or even the regular Inferno. I do throw that disc quite a bit. Good for starting with a bit of anny and then a fade left at the end (S curve)."
As a beginner it is difficult not to have a falling putt. It is a natural follow-through. The best thing is to find a stable platform for putting and make sure that you maintain that position after throwing. It will be difficult at first but practice makes perfect. Try to throw hyzer putts because they are more natural and will give you more power from that stance.
my playing tourinment days are over as my job has me on the road most of the time and my travel day is saturday so kinda hard to get in a tourny that way. I have been able to play courses all over the World and have meet a lot of interesting people to say the least,one thing I have learned out on the road is to not judge a person by how he or she looks thou. some of the coolest people I have met look like serial killers LOL.
My new passion is trying to speard the wordd of God through out the disc golf community which can be pretty hard at times, I have a website called www.discgolfersforjesus.com. I have a club page on this website and facebook if you'd like to check it out.Anyways welcome to the site and have fun playing this game that can dirve us crazy.