Originally Posted by Josh Heideman
Ok so I can throw my backhand about 280-320 feet. I only throw overhand when I need to. My problem is there are times that I need my disc to curve to the right. Right now all that I can throw is a thumbed for that. And yes my elbow is all messed up from that. I was just wounds ring what would be a food disc to use for that. It really make me mad because my wife can throw a great forehand and she uses a Blitz. One other thing is I forgot to add a few other discs to my list that I have. Epic, quasar, and a Orc. The epic is decently stable enough but it just don't feel right. I think the quasar I don't have enough power to throw it forearm yet. Should I get like a eagle or a banchee?
You need both on the course. A RH forehand is great for a low line shot with a hard right turn or skip, I use my XXX, Trident, Nuke OS for these. A RH backhand turnover is needed for a long slow turn to the right (Hole 12 & 13 @ Stub) I use my Fuse mid, Vision, or hard snap on anhyzer with a River. The Blitz is a great forehand disc Flight #s (Speed 11 Glide 3 Turn 0 Fade 4). Download gotta go gotta throw flight chart and learn to read it if you want a universal flight chart for all discs.
Or if you have a favorite disc manufacturer, use their flight chart. Innova, Discraft, Westside, Latitude 64, and the many others all have one. I use several when deciding on a purchase or how to address a particularly tough shot I need to work on.