Monday, June 2, 2014

Thumber disc behavior - Disc Golf Course Review

Thumber disc behavior - Disc Golf Course Review: "I initially assumed that a disc thrown with clockwise rotation from the perspective of above the flightplate would turn and fade the same way one does when thrown RHBH. This does not however seem to be the case. Whether I toss a high, gentle approach thumber with a rhyno that pancakes or a faster thumber with a banshee that initially turns clockwise, flattens upside down, continues to turn and stops turning with the flightplate facing left until it hyzer spikes and sits. Both times the disc seems to fly opposite of how I'd expect with my initial assumption. Why is this?"

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