I'd be willing to venture that this thread got turned sideways largely due to people sitting at computers rather than talking over a round of disc (or beer...)
On the lefty/turnover thing, I'd agree that a lefty and RHFH are equivalent, but i use a right hand back hand turnover when I want the disc to start turning immediately after release rather than flying forward 100+ feet then then turning as a LHBH would do if I had sufficient spin on the disc.
That said, every time I play and one of my arms is out of commission, it really
brings to light which arm is favored on a given hole...but for the most part I think the courses I play frequently (Pier, Dabney, Rooster, Milo, Trojan) are all pretty playable with either arm...
And, since were veering for controversy here anyways let me add that Discraft and Innova make discs of equivalent quality and performance.
Originally Posted by SMOKIN JOE
disagree that a lefty shot and a turnover shot or a sidearm shot are not the same thing, that's still funny, it's simple if you have a straight fairway and the basket is on the right, it favors left ,and vice versa ,is that not the case , when you throw a wide open hole do you turn it over, if not then the course is making you not throw your normal shot, isn't it that simple, and when did i bitch about it , i still don't see that in my post, i will be there some time on saturday to give it another try, put what i mean down on paper as i play so when i give my course review hole by hole it will be a accurate, non bias review, just like the last time, thanks for the support guys, tuesdays at 5:00 at wortman, come play a fun, new, exciting course every week brought to you by non other than the grammerless don't know about courses points leading player,