Reverse Spin Throw

In a reverse spin throw, the club is spun in the opposite to its usual direction. When the throw leaves your hand, the handle comes upward first, followed by the body.

Instead of spinning the club using your wrist as before, the throwing hand pushes the handle upward, providing both the spin and the lift, and thereby rotating the club in the reverse direction. You will probably need to use quite a lot of arm movement when making this throw, especially at the start. Hold the club as you would for a normal throw. Reverse spins are easiest to catch with the club almost vertical: