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Kyle Wilkinson  › Cass Benton Hills   June 12 at 9:53pm

Hey I play here a lot, its my home course. Im just trying to improve my drives and get that nice "S" curve/hyzer flip down. Im looking for a LOCAL PRO or a decent player to help me improve my game. I love Disc Golf more than anything and I am really just looking to get better. thanks

Michael Ostrowski   June 12 at 10:12pm

kyle lemme kno if ur intetested im playing lakshore tomorrow at 6 pm. i may can give pointers .

Chris Jackson   June 12 at 10:16pm

There are lots of great players in the area. Just off the top of my head, Mark Ellis and Marty Peters are about 20 minutes away. There's also Mike Raley, Critter Bill, Ziggy Bierekhoven. Previous USADGC champions Daemon Stahlin and Ted Stoebling are also in the area.

Chris Jackson   June 12 at 10:17pm

I certainly didn't mention everyone. There are tons of great golfers nearby.

Jesse Whitlock   June 12 at 10:34pm

its all in your plant step, grip, and snap at the end! Take an understable driver or less stable disc and throw it back hand till it consistently turns over. Gradually move up in disc stability while your snap improves. Check Youtube videos for illustration! Hope it helps and happy chuckin!

- Buckwheat   June 13 at 1:06am

Great idea for a post! Im in the same boat (probably worse) that youre in.

Kyle Rorabacher   June 13 at 6:51am

I play here everyday. Nickname is Robo. I got a blue backpack. If you ever see me, I'll show you some things.

Shay "BonZie" Speer   June 22 at 1:13am

Discgolf Clinic on Youtube saved my life. Before the houndreds of videos I was only throwing mid to long distance with no control. afterwards I was able to correct my Running X step, Grip (s), snap, and disc selection which over all has improved my throw tremendously

Shay "BonZie" Speer   June 22 at 1:15am

and Grips has a () because eventually you will learn to switch from a putting grip to driving, to mid range grips, but only after finding the grip and or grips you prefer and get comfortable with that