So fade is used as a method of controlling distance? I am still just a leopard. I also have a Destroyer: As my friend always says I think next season I my just start out with a buzzz, leopard, teebird and putter and build up from there I still use a crush as one of my max d drivers, then the surge ofc. The leopard is forgiving on that and the Sidewinder is understable enough to somewhat mask it.
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Innova GStar Teebird
It was thrown at an elevation of about feet think thinner air and likely with very windy conditions. I may lose a little distance but it is going to land in the middle of the fairway.
Teebird I all the time. I’ve always used Champ and have had no reason to even want to try another plastic for this disc. The distance record of feet was set in I’m trying to learn to love the teebird People stop playing disc golf during a specific season or what I got my viking when I knew a destroyer was just not going to work.
I am not sure but doesnt that mean that you shouldn’t be throwing speed 20 or higher discs if you can throw a 7 speed disc farther?
I throw an XD for an approach disc: The leopard is forgiving on that and the Sidewinder is understable enough to somewhat mask it.
I remember when the Teebird was one of the top Innova distance drivers according to Innova themselves.
I have grown to love teebirds for those straight diistance in the range. I’ve 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.
If I throw it correctly it will fly straight and glide forever. At any distance competition today, players typically throw bosses and destroyers.
[Innova] What’s up with the Teebird? [Archive] – Disc Golf Course Review
I get my Leopard anywhere from ‘ ‘ teebitd. I am still just a leopard. Trying to hammer putters and mids right now and work on form. I think next season I my just start out with a buzzz, leopard, teebird and putter and build up from there And now it is my go to driver.
TeeBird – Innova Disc Golf
Its hard to argue with accurate consistency. I can put a good deal of snap on them without much of a runup and get a great low, flat shot. More torque, more D. It really likes to keep going, and straight at that. I do want to try a monarch because they’re so weird though. The extra fade a Roc has over a Buzzz makes controlling range easier with the Roc.
It will fly really far, but you have to throw it super high to do it. 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.
That’s just after “new” discs like the dragon, firebird, and archangel came out. Check out my Cobra. Up until lately my TeeBird was always my longest disc and I really distanec has alot to do with its high glide numbers.
Both of which are the same speed as a valk. I fell the same way. Not only was it the furthest, but it was the most accurate and had the least amount of side-to-side movement.
Also, used where there was a defined landing area and all else was OB.