I am still trying to figure this all out. I am slowly creeping up to a year playing, if you count winter time where I did not throw a disc. I usually look where I want to throw it, say a silent prayer and throw. Does it work? Heck no! I try to watch the vets throwing and I tend to ask a lot of questions, which can probably get annoying. I need to find this Church of the Flying Disc God!
Something I think helps develop your throwing is to play catch. Another thing that will improve your game fast is to take all your discs and go throw them out in an open filed such as a soccer field or baseball field. Playing rounds doesn;t give you enough reps to learn how to make the discs go where you want them to.
This is GREAT advise. This is the way I learned what my discs do and what I need to do to make them do it. I used the two practice football fields at Liberty HS. They are side by side and lined so I could better see the flight of the disc and throw with all direction of wind. I was there one Sat for my daughter's volleyball tournament and had a 45min break between each match.
I must have thrown my bag (all discs that is ) 20-25 times. All directions of wind, hyzer,anhyzer, backhand, forehand, tomhawk, thumber. My arm was sore, but I learned a lot.
Another thing is understanding disc stability and how it is effected by various factors like arm speed, wind, spin, etc.