Still very new to the course. I'm slowly grasping the concepts and kind of understanding how it all fits together but I don't ski nearly as often as I like. The place I usually ski has a mini-course and I damn near got the tip of my ski around 4 ball last time I ski'd. (Yeah, PB, laugh now, lol). I "feel" that I'm getting better stack, I'm getting my ski turned more after the ball so it points more across course and I'm realizing how important the gate/angle into 1 is and how it sets up the remainder of the course. So, my question is, do I remove the wing or leave it on? I'm currently 215-220 lbs and skiing on a 2016, 68 inch alloy vapor at 30 mph. I really feel my issues are concentrating on making complete turns, getting hip around to the handle so that I get good angle before the boat picks me up and not closing my shoulder to the boat. I'm likely over-thinking this and likely should concentrate more on body position. Just wanting to ensure I'm not missing something obvious.
2014 HO TX
1996 Malibu Echelon