(Many EDITs made...)
Brian has referred to it as maybe the best golf swing analogy. (or at least suggested it is a very very good one) Throwing clubs is a good one too while we're on it.
I have been "imaginary left handed frisbee throwING" (EDIT: while stationary) and while yes, it was not for real (so do take this into account)...
(EDIT: I probably was looser/more golf-like than if I were actually throwing a frisb)
(EDIT: seems more pivot controlled and with less active straightening of the elbow bend in the release)
...I did notice some things:
-flat shoulder turn (EDIT: probably makes sense unless you are "slicing" one...or you shift to a more horizontal plane)...
-hand path seems to be outside of what it COULD be (that is to say I COULD take it more inside but it does not seem natural)
-very much swinging (like a swing set) left arm from a loose left shoulder (EDIT: though I probably was looser/more golf-like than if I were actually throwing a frisb)
-very sharp very full (DEEP) turn of the right hip in the "backswing"...no/negligable slide
-hip turn increases (or still increasING) in transition?
-hip slide in "downswing" is very noticeable (and...cross-line?...) (EDIT: or curved-line)
-hand path transitions to the inside of my backswing...follows the hip bump?
-left arm pressed immensely across chest (EDIT: probably looser/more golf-like than if throwing a frisb)
-PIVOT throws left arm off chest very noticeably (EDIT: or at least would seem to lead as far as kinetic chain sequence goes)
-all in all the hand path (viewed from a bird's eye) looks somewhat like a little "Jesus fish" swimming to my right
-probably way more "Hoganish/Normanish/Trevinoish" than any real swing I have every made, for what it's worth (and I am not saying it is worth nothing either)
I could probably expand more (foot action comes to mind) but I may be late for work as it is.
Why? (maybe times about 100 if I get going)..
How to apply to golf?
Maybe we should video some left handed frisbee throws one day.
And someone also should get a (rage-inspired) club throw on cam as well.