However, they beat in to have little fade and more glide than Champ or Star but will still “lock in” to flat from a hyzer throw without turning over. For DX, the fade gets beat out of the disc easier, so people notice it a little more. Fairway drivers all the way! They call this thing a fairway driver and it’s got a pretty small rim for a driver by today’s standards, but man does this thing go. And now it is my go to driver.
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[Innova] What’s up with the Teebird? [Archive] – Disc Golf Course Review
Hell, even a Stingray at one time was a distance driver. However, if you take the Sabre, which also has little fade for how much HSS it has but doesn’t have the carry of a Dsitance, you’ll find that you can control distance with height a lot easier. The extra fade a Roc has over a Buzzz makes controlling range easier with the Roc.
I have grown to love teebirds for those straight shots in the range. I rescind my previous statement due to what garublador said. I have always had a TL in the bag.
Putting with a disc that has more fade, like a Wizard, will mean you’ll have shorter comeback putts on long attempts than if you were to use something really floaty, like a Putt’r. I can also throw it a little higher with some hyzer and get a controllable left hook shot. The TL is still in the bag though, just cant get rid of it.
I have a beat up star boss now that I throw almost everywhere and for almost every “long” shot a firechicken or roc doesnt get thrown. T-bird has hard a hard time finding it’s way into a regular throwing rotation in my game. It’s just that the TeeBird has an awesome rim shape, and you get very little fade with an insane amount of glide.
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So fade is used as a method of controlling distance? And now it is my go to driver. It’s easier for big arms to control range on Champ and Star Teebirds because they do fade out.
Well, there you have it. As my friend always says The distance record of feet was set in That spike distance is likely when you happen to get everything just right. Sounds like nose angle. Check out my Cobra. I can get a beat DX Teebird just about as far as anything and on a straighter line.
I remember when the Teebird was one of the top Innova distance drivers according to Innova themselves. I guess the idea is speed will get the disc further while it still has momentum to cover more distance before it runs out of gas, but there is also the question of how far it can go on less, or glide. If I’ve heard correctly, the second longest throw to date was with a Teebird. More torque, more D.
TeeBird – Innova Disc Golf
Its hard to argue with accurate consistency. Never threw a DX Teebird. Also, used where there was a defined landing area and all else was OB.
It will fly really far, but you have to throw it super high to do it. For me, Champ and Star Teebirds act as long fariway drivers; I can’t get the same distance with them.
Both of which are the same speed as a valk. And the world record throw is?
But my noodle arm is getting better. It was quite possibly the longest drive I’ve ever had If I want accurate drives, that’s what I reach for every time, both forehand and backhand.
Teeburd got a champ and a DX and just have never gotten super comfortable with it or given it a full time spot in my bag.