DGA Disctorial disc golf instructional Videos
Disc golf driving basics, approach shots, putting, hyzer and anhyzer disc golf throws.
Special thanks with making these these DGA Disctorials goes out to Merle Witvote, Shata Criss, Daniel Messigna, Brandon White and Matt Lee.
DGA Disctorial – Disc Golf Driving Basics
DGA Disctorial – Driving Basics covers the main concepts of driving a golf disc. Techniques covered in this video include the backhand approach, proper disc grip and release, proper body mechanics, the run-up, and proper disc selection. Driving Basics is hosted by Merle Witvoet, a Professional Disc Golf Player and Disc Golf Instructor.
DGA Disctorial – Disc Golf Approach Shots
DGA Disctorial – Approach Shots covers the main concepts of approach shots in disc golf. Techniques covered in this video include the Back-hand approach, proper disc grip and release, arm and body movements and flight path fundamentals. Approach Shots is hosted by Merle Witvoet, a Professional Disc Golf Player and Disc Golf Instructor.
DGA Disctorial – Disc Golf The Putt
DGA Disctorial – The Putt, covers the key mechanics of a proper putt. Shasta is one of the most consistent putters in the sport within 10 meters and he takes you through his preparation and execution of banging chains. Techniques covered in this video include the basic grip, proper stance, weight transfer, and developing a consistent putting routine.The Putt, is hosted by Shasta Criss, a Professional Disc Golf Player and DGA team member.
DGA Disctorials – Disc Golf Hyzer and Anhyzer shots
DGA Disctorials – Disc Golf Hyzer and Anhyzer shots features professional disc golfer and disc golf instructor, Merle Witvoet. This Disctorial explains both hyzer and anhyzer shots. Proper release points for upshots, as well as the key fundamentals of approach shots and mid range throwing are covered. Witvoet also gives recommendations for drills and practice routines that will most certainly help players of any age or skill level improve your short game and give you the confidence you need to develop a more consistent and fluent upshot.