JTdisc wrote:First of all, let's get a few terms straight so we're on the same page. Fade (or Low Speed Stability) is what happens to the disc at the end of the flight. Throwing RHFH, the discs will fade right at the end. They will never fade left. RHBH will always fade left, never right. Some discs fade more or less than others, but the directions are always the same.
Stability (or High Speed Stability) is what happens to the disc in the beginning and middle portions of it's flight. What you might want to try is an understable disc that, when thrown RHFH, will start turning left initially. An understable disc without a lot of fade can be thrown fairly hard with a slight anhyzer angle (like you talked about in your initial post) and it will hold that line with a gentle left curve and minimal fade back right at the end. The discs you were throwing were probably stable or overstable enough that they flexed out of the anhyzer at the end. A more understable disc will resist this more and hold that line longer.
It sounds like you have the right idea about angling the forehand, but could use a slightly understable disc. The Innova Leopard (fairway driver) or Super Stingray (mid) might be good places to start to work on these shots.
Also, keep working on either the RH backhand or a LHFH for those times when you need that late fade to go left.
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