Pro Tip: throw your receiver open. Learn what throws you can float well and which ones you need to practice putting a bit more love on the disc. Then encourage your receiver into space by throwing an inviting disc into that sits long enough for them to read it, move to it, and catch it. Works best if the receiver is being face-marked by their defender. i.e. defender making receiver spends no time looking at you as the thrower.
In short we need to improve our throwing ability. Outside in, inside out, wide pivot, no pivot, half pivot, touchy hammer, short floaty forehand, offhand backhand or scoober, upwind floaty throws that ‘wait’ for a receiver. They all have a place.