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Pro TL


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Same great accuracy and reliability as the Teebird, but is straighter flying with less fade.
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The TL is the brother of the reliable Teebird. The “L” stands for “Less Overstable” and “Longer”. This disc has the same great speed and glide as the Teebird, but is straighter flying with less fade at the end of the flight. If you are looking for a straight flying maximum fairway driver, the TL is the answer.

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Disc Model TL
Plastic Type Pro
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Reviews

  1. Buy a Pro TL! Review by Daniel
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    A great fairway driver regardless of plastic but the Pro is my go to. It rides whatever line you want given the distance. I can even hyzer flip this bad boy perfectly straight for 250ft and have it finish with a nice fade at the end. Its a necessary disc for any bag. (Posted on 5/20/2016)

  2. Love this disc!!! Review by Michael
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    Great disc. Love the pro material. Very grippy and feels good in my hand. Threw long straight drives. Can't think of anything negative to say about it. (Posted on 6/19/2014)

  3. Super Straight Review by Ethan
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    I love the TL because it is nice and straight. The pro plastic gives it a nice grip and dome too. This is my primary fairway driver because it is so reliable. (Posted on 7/15/2013)

  4. The Most Versatile All Purpose Driver Out There! Review by DZ
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    This disc has the flight characteristics of a Star Coyote/Dart, only in driver form. The only throw that you can't make with this disc is a sweeping s-curve. It is hands down the most versatile, all purpose driver that I've ever thrown. And that covers over 20 years of throwing. Why this disc isn't still in production anymore is beyond me. In my opinion, it's one of the best discs they've ever created. (Posted on 9/14/2012)

  5. Grippy Goodness Review by Clay
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    This disc is a laser beam in the woods. I was sorely disapointed when Innova discontinued this disc a few years ago. The Star TL is a poor substitute; slick plastic, no grip. With the Pro TL, extra grip means straight distance, with little or no fade at the end. While a Pro Leopard is easy to find in any pro shop, the Pro TL is a much farther flying disc. Anyone who plays a lot of wooded courses should have one of these in the bag. (Posted on 3/24/2012)

  6. Excellent Disc Review by IncredibleHuck
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    For some reason this TL really outperfoms other faster, sharper discs in distance and accuracy. On practice sessions I can seemingly throw this farther than my Nuke, Destroyer, Latitude dics, etc. The slight fade saves the distance for the fairway and not your S curve. Excellent buy. (Posted on 12/28/2011)

  7. Fantastic plastic Review by Ryan
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    This disc isn't a lot different from a beat up DX Teebird or a Star TL. It's great for control and finesse when you need to go straight, has tons of delicious glide, and can't be beat for 54th-hole-of-the-day or I'm-feeling-lazy kind of drives. The big thing that makes this disc worth the premium price is the buttery, grippy Pro plastic. Every Star TL I've run across was that extremely stiff, slick Star plastic. I won't throw that plastic, nor will I scour eBay for Champ TL that might be just as slick. If you actually want to be able to grip the disc, go with the Pro. If you live in places where it rains a lot, you'll welcome that extra control over your wet disc. You certainly sacrifice some durability, so avoid the parking lot and tree trunks, but it's still a step up from DX. I've thrown mine extensively, including a parking lot rendez-vous and a tree hit or two, and I'm happy to report only minor nicks and scratches. (Posted on 11/29/2011)

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