Next we’re going to talk about different ways for throwing discs and different grips for throwing discs. You know there’s lots of different grips out there. And I didn’t really think that the grip would cause that much difference, obviously it did. And what I’ve learned is, that if I’m throwing a disc with all four fingers, I’m going to get a certain consistency. And what I’ve learned is that the difference between four fingers and two fingers is drastic in disc golf. So, that an over stable disc like my t-bird here, if I throw this with all four fingers, I’m going to get a more accurate strait shot. But if I throw this disc with just two fingers, I’ll actually be able to create a big hieser shot, which is going to give me a big swooping curve. So it’ll give me a two finger grip, compared to a four finger grip.It?s going to be a little more flippy on me. So, sometimes you want your disc to flip over, sometimes you want your disc to turn over, sometimes you want your disc to go strait. Most of the discs are going to do the same thing every time. It just dependent upon the angle and the grip. So the four finger grip is more focused, its more concrete, its more, it?s your pro power grip. Where with a two finger shot, you’re going to find people throw those anhiesors, rollers different shots. Just figuring out the grip for you is what?s important. .