I used it for OS duties like skipshots, headwind drives, and things of the sort until it hit enough trees to become a good flyer. I have tuned several champion and star teebirds and they were nice Haha how is that done. Any differences between TeeBirds in different plastics and runs, are just that – differences between different plastics and runs. It is disgusting because it essentially turned me off of purchasing new Champs because I do not have the everyday out seasoning it for a year patience. About having fun, as long as I play discgolf I am having fun, but at the moment I want to develop my game and form. I had a champ teebird a few years ago that was too stable.
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From throwing this disc a few times I really like it. I understand your hesitation, but to be honest no one will be able to give you a good answer about what direction to develop your game without truly knowing how you throw.
Sign up for price alert. It seems like a unanimous teebrd. Although it is a good idea to stay away from super high speed discs unless you can throw them ‘, it’s still good to have something faster than your Teebird.
If you are a fan of the jolly launcher material used in the Roc3 and Tern, you’re going to love the Brinster TeeBird. But good form and distance are not the same thing. Otherwise, you’ll never throw a faster disc and never develop the skill to throw them properly. Basically you can tune a disc by bending it in a way to either raise or lower the plh. Expect the star to be more stable than the DX but it should go straight to mild-ish fade even at as low as ‘ hopefully.
But throwing a faster disc and squeezing more out of the TB are not mutually exclusive. I’ve been playing for around 15 years, seen hundreds of people play, and only a small handful could throw near ft.
Pretty much the best disc ever. I have a two year old 12x opaque Champ pre-JL that is just as beefy as the new Stars.
I have tuned several champion and star teebirds and they were nice. I have more power now then I do then, but I remember those ‘birds being plenty overstable when they were brand new production run stock.
I can’t do that. Sadly I lost it awhile back but intend on getting another one ,not looking forward to that break in period, but most of our courses are quite wooded.
In short, throw what feels right. My distance driver is a Star Wraith and right now I max around ‘. My CA mold mild dome broken in Teebirds are only about 10’ shorter.
When should I move to faster disc from Teebird? : discgolf
The DX plastic just feels right. Or star TL or g star Tl3 G star teebird would be ok too but will have some fade.
You have to learn to throw faster discs. I had nose angle issues and wasn’t throwing hard enough and with enough torque to get faster discs to work properly. But in calm conditions it just goes straight for days until it fades.
It’s a 9 speed. I have a Champ too and it’s a glide-less pig. Could you end up ingraining bad habits into your form? Personally I throw speed drivers for almost all of my drives, only if I want a lot of skip will I move to something higher speed.
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I think I’ll just go bash it against a wall for a while. Log in or sign up in seconds. It’s not enough, but it’s not terrible, and it’s idstance to start with. It’s a new DX TX flight wise all the time. I haven’t thrown DX for quite a while so I don’t know how much extra distance I would potentially get, but I know it would need more hyzer.