Sorry, I was hosile or something that night. I was referring to throwing styles, most people throw with their left arm downward-back, and cross over with their forearm(if rt. handed) from their shoulder towards the focal point. When people lift their left arm and pull from under it to release their discs, we call that a "chicken wing" throw, around here in Okie-land anywayz. Sorry, didn't mean any offense, just looks real funny to me. So, throw whatever works is the moto I try to follow, and I should be less opinionated about others. Sorry dude.
Dude, Yes Ben is Terry's son, why don't you have any other pictures other than just your discs? Like maybe the coarses you play or something? You camera shy too? That's funny, me too. Anyway, you had me second guessing myself on the Ben/Terry thing, but Ben cleared that up with a quickness, so count yourself as learning somethin' new today, yes, always a good thing. Take care, just wanted to rattle you a minute, sorry.
It is unfortunate that Tim is so brash with his words.
It only leads to others that are just as so.
I for one was straight forward and direct with information.
Personally my statements were not so immature.
Righty-backhand, but I view all courses from all angles. Just because 90% throw right doesn't mean 90% of holes should favor right hand shots. Every course should be a fair mix. The problem with that one is that it begins with 7 biased holes in a row, so if there were a playoff, it'd be highly unfair to start on hole #1.