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Old 11-29-2012, 03:23 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by Coach Chad View Post
As crazy as this sounds, the sun here in Orlando was not that hard to deal with in the late spring, summer, and early fall. Recently, it has really been a challenge. Not sure if the angle or brightness changes with the seasons...or if it's just me. Normally the head tilt you mentioned works.
Most courts are oriented north-south. This time of year, the sun only gets up to maybe 40 degrees above the southern horizon around noon. So if you are on the north side looking south, lobs are going to be tough to see.

In the summer time, the noon time sun is going to be almost directly above your head so it is much easier to track that lob.
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