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 Post subject: Axis tilt video Mo hosted a couple of weeks ago
 Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 6:19 pm Post Number: #1 Post
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Mo, I watched with interest your video the other day about axis tilt, how to measure it etc. It fit right in with the analysis I have been doing with my pro shop guy. You suggested, or perhaps I understood you to infer that certain drilling layouts or balls might be better suited for guys with high axis tilt. What might those be? I am at 33 degrees tilt with 65 degrees rotation, 315 revs at about 17 mph at release. Right now we are working on my approach as my guy is suggesting it may be contributing to my tilt but I would like to explore other options as well. What are your thoughts on something like Robbys II during practice to get the feel for the right hand position? Any help would be appreciated.


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turkeyboy300 wrote:
Mo, I watched with interest your video the other day about axis tilt, how to measure it etc. It fit right in with the analysis I have been doing with my pro shop guy. You suggested, or perhaps I understood you to infer that certain drilling layouts or balls might be better suited for guys with high axis tilt. What might those be? I am at 33 degrees tilt with 65 degrees rotation, 315 revs at about 17 mph at release. Right now we are working on my approach as my guy is suggesting it may be contributing to my tilt but I would like to explore other options as well. What are your thoughts on something like Robbys II during practice to get the feel for the right hand position? Any help would be appreciated.

For your current release specs, dull surfaces will serve you best especially with Symmetrical balls.
I suggest keeping a 500, 1000 and a 2000 grit pad in your bag.

Sweetspot ... 80 Totals 1:2.25 Ratio

Asymmetrical Layouts
Totally Strong ................... 20-5.5-40
Midlane ............................ 15-5-45
Benchmark ....................... 25-4.5-55
Long and Strong ................ 45-4.5-55
Control ............................. 25-4.25-75

Symmetrical Layouts
Totally Strong ................... xx-3-35
Benchmark ....................... xx-3.5-50
Long and Strong ................ xx-4-50
Control ............................. xx-4.5-70

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PAP 4.75" up 1/2"
45* rotation
12* tilt
330 rev rate
16 mph off hand


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