To follow up on my post Checking Your Shoulder – Buttonhook, let’s talk about when to throw to those cuts. In general, you want to put the disc up as early as possible.
There are a lot of factors involved in decision making, but in an ideal world, you want to be releasing your throw after the cutter has planted and has started their first step back toward you. Putting the disc up early has various benefits:
- Maximizes yardage on the incut. The longer you wait, the closer to you the cutter gets and the less yardage gained on their incut.