• Just Throw Podcast
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    In The Bag With Disc Golf Chris

    A number of you have recently requested that Rodney and I record In the Bag disc golf videos.  We review putters and talk about discs constantly, but we haven’t given you a good feel of our bag build-out.  Both of us have been adjusting our bags since last season, but we’re finally in a place where we’re essentially set for the 2017 season.  This is my In the Bag video. We’re giving you three options:  You can watch on YouTube, listen on the Just Throw Podcast or meet up with us at Burchfield Park and see my bag in person! YouTube: Just Throw Podcast: Don’t forget to follow the DG…

  • Setting up in the disc golf approach zone
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    Mind Your Misses

    January in Michigan brings cold weather and snow.  Today I played several rounds after a winter storm layered ice on top of an inch of snow.  The ground was firm enough in most places that it didn’t even collapse under my feet.  As a result, every putt posed an interesting question: do I go for the make or just lay up?  What is the proper strategy in the Approach Zone?

  • Disc Golf Puttheads BAS Analysis
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    Disc Golf Analysis – Bag Average Stability

    It’s a widely accepted theory that throwing stable to over stable discs typically improves the consistency of your throws.  Certainly there are exceptions and some large trade-offs, but hyzer throws (all other things being equal) are statistically more forgiving of errors than anhyzer throws, as described by www.heavydisc.com.

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    Disc Golf Analysis – Distance Tiers

    I’ve played disc golf for 13 years and like most tenured disc golfers I’ve evolved my game over time. While it’s much more common to analyze individual throwing techniques like power grips or putting styles, I find it helpful to occasionally assess my overall disc golf style to ensure that I’m continually making progress.

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