I have been shooting compound about 3 years and previously to that FITA recurve for about 15 years. As I'm the only compound shooter in my club I have to try and sort things out for my self hence this post. When I refered to scatter I meant that there was no pattern to the arrow fall just random. On a good day I can shoot 10 inch groups at 100yds consistently. I don't under stand your comments about heel on the grip, the riser is accross the pad at the base of my thumb, how will this torque the bow anti clockwise (viewed from above). As I said previously I'll try a shorter DL again.The Roadrunner said:I dont believe its the angle. It looks like you have to much heel on the grip, thus causing you to torque left. I could be wrong however, pictures are decieving. As far as the draw length, im sure many others will agree with me, its to long. If you are a newer shooter, a long draw length will feel more comfortable to you at first, until you get more used to shooting at the right draw length. Your arrows scattering everywhere are also indicitive of a long draw length. Stand in front of a mirror, make sure your standing up strait, then draw your bow and you will see you are way to long.