Like distance throwing, formal accuracy competition is more or a pure test of skill thanks a game. There are, however, particular strategies which help to produce consistently good scores. Accuracy and golf require much the same type of skills. There is a major difference, however. Golf has no second chances. You must assess the situation, choose your shot and offer it up. If you are wrong, you can take it into account in the next similar situation. Accuracy presents that situation immediately. The great accuracy throwers are capable of immediate and effective adjustment. Each shot affects the throw of the next.
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FORMAT — Competitor receives four attempts from each throwing line. Any order of attempts is permissible. Total hits out of 28 attempts constitutes competitor’s score. To be counted as a hit, a disc must directly pass entirely through the target.
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