As a novice, it is not clear to me what the conditions are for creating a broach in the scot and how one prevents it. I read somewhere that one never wants to head up into the wind when a puff hits but continue downwind and even bear off more to "keep under" the sail. I am not sure what that means. Besides, someone in my fleet advised that I could head up a bit into the wind to take the puff more broadside. According to him, that would move the sail into a smaller angle of incidence and spill the wind more. Any thoughts anyone?