thanks, sorry, it just happened on here with another guy ... i found an old school kc pro aviar for my boyfriend and the guy got it from a friend of his to then sell to me ... he decided he liked it for himself and bought it off his friend. but thank you thank you, i will tell my boyfriend that it is a weight that i want tonight when he comes home ... he wanted $40, am i right?
your wife sounds like how i used to be about my boyfriend playing. i hated it, he was going out and playing ALL THE TIME and i stayed home. i don't know how he did it, but i love it now. i didn't get it 'cause no matter how hard i tried before i couldn't do it, i couldn't make it more than 30 feet. he pointed out that i was throwing wrong and taught me how to throw it properly and then when i got the throw down he showed me how to put some "oomph" on it. spend a lot of time with her on how to throw, and point out her downfalls. i didn't like how he criticised me before but i realized he was only trying to help. good luck! :)
thanks, but I am long gone. oklahoma today. I passed on Durango 'cause I woke up late and had a long drive coming up. If those other courses are not private, you could list them at pdga.com so others may be able to check them out though.
Basically, grip it like I do in the photos (disc upside down, index finger inside rim with thumb wrapping it) and throw it on a spike hyzer line. The result is a remarkably accurate spike hyzer. It has VERY LITTLE left to right movement (far less than a traditional spike hyzer).
Basically a utility shot when you have a crazy high wall of bushes or need to crash into a protected green.
i dont really throw that shot for distance though i use it more for short distance control shots because i have a bad habit to over throw even with a putter anything under 250' but i'll keep that in mind if i ever need it thanks