Throwing to Cuts Underneath by Brummie

When throwing to a cutter coming towards the disc, there's a trade-off between the size of the target and the yardage gain.

Let’s look at three examples: 1) This is a cut where the cutter runs directly at the thrower. It minimises the distance that the throw has to travel, but also minimises the yardage gain & the margin of error; a […]

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