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    So old dogs can learn new tricks I was out playing this morning with J$ and a couple others. I was told that my thumb pressure was in an incorrect position, and to use my whole thumb lying it flat on the plate(throwing RHBH)for maximim grip and dont "pinch" with just the tip of my thumb. That very small change in grip realy helped keep the disc planted in my hand during my throw. I realy felt like I had to fight the disc less for grip. Great now to brake 20 years of bad habbits!! Thanks J$...
    Hukin since 1992
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    Its part of the reason that disc golf holds such an appeal, it can never be completely mastered.

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      Originally posted by Mikk View Post
      So old dogs can learn new tricks I was out playing this morning with J$ and a couple others. I was told that my thumb pressure was in an incorrect position, and to use my whole thumb lying it flat on the plate(throwing RHBH)for maximim grip and dont "pinch" with just the tip of my thumb. That very small change in grip realy helped keep the disc planted in my hand during my throw. I realy felt like I had to fight the disc less for grip. Great now to brake 20 years of bad habbits!! Thanks J$...
      Yeah it's amazing how a tiny amount of grip change can improve or destroy your disc golf game
      "Honest work is for the downtrodden and the Polish"
      Cleveland Brown

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