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February 17th, 2013, 10:20 PM
February 22nd, 2012
I throw lots of Innova eagles and Teebirds forehand. Get a nice stable/overstable disc and try keeping it nice and low. When learning I tried to take fewer steps into my throw. It seemed like the more I shuffled my feet, the more I threw into the ground. For a good forehand approach shot you do not need a midrange disc, you just need to ease up on your power. After some practice and patience your forehand turnovers and forehand hyzer shots will be able to save you some strokes out on the course! good luck.
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