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View Poll Results: Which Teebirds would you bag?
Star Teebird 173 g (Blue) 38 52.78%
Champion Teebird 175 g (Neon Yellow) 34 47.22%
GStar Teebird 175 g (Purple) 29 40.28%
Champion Jolly Launcher Teebird3 (Green) 25 34.72%
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Old 10-01-2014, 08:14 PM
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Which Teebirds should I keep in my bag?

This is a stupid and totally arbitrary way of doing this, but I love them all and I really can't decide lol. I will probably keep two in my bag. Thanks!

edit: Jolly Launcher Teebird3 is 175 g also
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Old 10-01-2014, 08:18 PM
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I think you should keep the TeeBird and the TeeBird. The TeeBird just isn't pretty enough to keep.
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drop the teebird for the teebird, I heard they had more HHS and better LSS
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Keep one that's beefier and one that's straighter. A Champ and a Star or GStar probably. Not sure how they fly, you should be able to tell yourself.
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Old 10-01-2014, 08:24 PM
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I voted G* and T3.

I think the G* is going to be clutch for me come winter, and I love the neutral flight and the glide. I throw a Pre-Release Champion T3 (FSO stamp) which I LOVE. Stable, stable flight. And it feels like my Glow Cal-tooled (non-plus mold), which is very stable too. I think that the pairing of the two should cover all of the necessary shots that a TB is needed for.
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Old 10-01-2014, 08:29 PM
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Keep one that's beefier and one that's straighter. A Champ and a Star or GStar probably. Not sure how they fly, you should be able to tell yourself.
Well that's kind of the problem, they all feel much the same except the Teebird3 is clearly a bit more overstable.
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Old 10-01-2014, 08:36 PM
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no teebird 3
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Old 10-01-2014, 08:43 PM
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I'm getting visions of the Camry commercial...
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Old 10-01-2014, 09:59 PM
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If they are all very similar just bag the one that feels the best, keep the others in reserve to save cash. On a lot of courses you will likely want a slower/"fairway" driver that turns plenty but not too much when thrown fast for a lot of shots and one that reliably hyzers to pull out of your bag when you really need it.
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right now i'm bagging champ, star and gstar. my gstar is a hyzerflip/turnover machine. i'm working in my champ to be straighter and straighter. my star, funny enough, is still quite OS. i managed to snag two hot pink star TB that are slightly more OS than the JL TB coming out lately. good finds.
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