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Tonight I went to the final league night of the season. On hole 26 I had a 250 foot blind approach down a hill and when I lofted out my TeeBird, it swung out gently and the next thing I heard was chains. It was agonizing to wait for the others to play their shots before I could run up to see if it stuck and there she was just hanging in the chains!

Gotta love the TeeBird for those fairway drives!

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Comment by Donny Olow on October 29, 2008 at 9:52pm
TeeBirds are a Fun disc to throw !!!!
Comment by DC ( DISCFUNCTIONAL CHRIS ) on October 29, 2008 at 3:34pm
yeh teebirds rock ! i have a 150 gram teebird that is the bomb for me, kinda wierd, i usually only throw heavier discs, one afternoon at doubles leage one of the guys brought a 150 gram teebird and we were tossing it back and forth to each other before the round and i was amazed at how it flew, it was my first time throwing one,i found it easy to turn but stable at the end and very predictable so i dug thru my collection and found one in the same weight and its been in my bag since then, i am kinda curiuose though, i never threw a heavier one to see how it flies, as i mainly use mine more as a predictable appraoch disc, anyone know how they compare to the lighter ones ? i notice there are alot of teebird fans out there.
Comment by humchris on October 29, 2008 at 1:27pm
I have a couple Teebirds and a TL in my bag, the TL I hit my 3rd Ace with.
Comment by Mike Inscho on October 29, 2008 at 10:37am
Those blind birdies are always awesome. Congrats on the shot though. I throw a TL and love the damn thing.
Comment by Calico Jack on October 28, 2008 at 10:38pm
I guess I should point out it was a birdie. I'm still searching for my first ace but I was just as stoked as if it was an ace!
Comment by John Hodgkins on October 28, 2008 at 10:26pm
congrats, hopefully you scored a nice ace pot!! still don't have a TeeBird in my bag, maybe someday, for now the Beast, Monarch and Valk will be my companions.

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