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Innova TeeBird

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The TeeBird is a classic disc by Innova. It is a popular fairway driver for many disc golfers. Made for straight lines with an easy steady fade throughout its flight, the TeeBird is a dependable golf disc.

Innova Teebird

Innova TeeBird Dimensions

  • Diameter: 21.1cm (96.95% of average)
  • Height: 1.6cm (79.72% of average)
  • Rim Depth: 1.2cm (101.95% of average)
  • Rim Width: 1.8cm (123.04% of average)
  • Available Weights (DX): 150-172g
  • Available Weights (DX Glow): 160-169g
  • Available Weights (Champion): 150-175g
  • Available Weights (Champion Dyed): 160-175g
  • Available Weights (Star): 150-175g

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68 Reviews

  1. Josh
    Review Participant, L1

    I would recommend every player carry two TeeBirds.
    I have a fairly new GStar TeeBird in 168 and a used Star TeeBird in 165. Of course, being a little newer and a few grams heavier, the GStar is a bit more stable. The used 165 will hold its line longer and if I crank on it, will just start to turn a little bit through the middle of the flight. But TeeBirds always have a dependable forward fade to finish. So I would agree with the 7.5.0.2 rating when new, and they wear gradually and predictably.
    I’m a intermediate player, and I have a smaller arm, and as a primary RHFH player I’m still learning the finer points of the RHBH mechanics. I can throw these (RHBH) as far as any 10+ speed disc I’ve put in my bag – reaching 275-300 ft. If I need a controlled 230-250 this is a very comfortable disc that I use often.
    I would not recommend throwing these FH, I’d leave that to a more stable disc like a FireBird.
    But once you can throw mid-ranges well, and you’re ready to move up, I recommend this as the first and second driver, and you’ll use them forever.
    For experienced players and good arms, it’s a longer Roc with 350-375 ft potential.

  2. Trey Bolding
    Review Lover, L6

    Been throwing this disc for awhile now and it’s great. I have a 168g in star plastic and it’s quite domey. This disc is super consistent not a disc with a big huge reliable meat hook fade but a slow forward penetrating fade that is very controllable. I am a dominantly forehand thrower but this disc has allowed me to have a backhand that reaches just about as far as my forehand and is great for someone with an intermediate backhand. The rim width feels great in my hand not too big or small and it’s just a solid workhorse. Great disc!

  3. michael
    Review Supporter, L4

    When i was playing the Dayton course i lost my favorite straight driver my TL in the river. I had no idea what to do since i didn’t have a backup. Just a few holes later i found a 11x teebird very beat in and max weight i threw it once and then thanked god it didn’t have a name or number. It is now my favorite straight disc and flies a lot like my old TL. If you think you are the owner of this disc I’m sorry… your not getting it back.

  4. Mike C
    Reviewer, L2

    I have been throwing a max weight 11x champion teebird for some time and it has chunks missing out of the edge. I bought a new star teebird at max weight recently and the champion version is still more stable.

  5. Mike C
    Reviewer, L2

    I’ve been throwing a 11x champion teebird for some time. This thing has chunks missing out of it. Bought a new max weight star teebird and it is still less stable than the champion version.

  6. RC
    Review Fanatic, L5

    Just picked up a Star TeeBird and brought it out the a football field to test against my new TL. TeeBird does fade harder and holds a line much better in the wind than the TL. I have decent to strong arm strength and can this this guy out to 300+ feet consistently. I think the reason so many people love this disc is because it’s 1) basically a longer Roc, and 2) incredibly consistent for a driver.

  7. mutteriwiritys
    Review Supporter, L4

    For my arm Star TB goes straight with some fade at the end. I recommend it for players that can throw +300′ consistently.

  8. Jason
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    The Teebird is my go-to fairway driver for just about anything other than high winds and serious turnovers. It is one of the most consistent fairway drivers ever created due the perfect blend of stability, glide, and fade. When mine started (175g Champion Teebird plus), it was a touch overstable and has since settled into a very nice and VERY straight flyer. Yesterday, on a 320ft hole, I threw a dead straight drive that faded slightly at the end to park 3 feet from the basket… and that’s common for this disc – very straight and very accurate. Many players keep several of these in their bags at various stages of wear to achieve different stability levels for different types of shots. It is one of the most consistent and versatile drivers on the market. If I could only keep 1 driver, it would be the Teebird.

    NOTE: my disc is the Teebird+ (plus mold), which has a slanted inner rim. I did NOT like it at first because the rim felt different (thicker and slanted) than all of my other discs which led to inconsistency. After a while, I learned how to throw it and now it’s one of my favorites! I have heard that the + mold is slightly more stable (I would hesitate to call any Teebird overstable) than the standard mold, but I don’t have the experience to tell whether or not this is true. The only other Teebird I have ever thrown to compare it to was a 165g DX Teebird that I had for 3 days before losing it [sad face]. The 175 Champion plus is a great deal more “overstable” than that disc (which is to be expected being heavier and in champion plastic). However, both discs are fantastic. If you don’t have a Teebird… get one!!!

  9. Easton Corcoran
    Reader

    The first time I played Disc golf, I played with one of these. We did Lake Casitas’ course.I can honestly say it did the best of all of our drivers and midranges. As an unproffesional, i can tell you that it is easily one of the best entry level discs for the sport.

  10. Jared Wuollet
    Review Supporter, L4

    This and the Roc are the two greatest discs of all time. Everyone else is measured against it.

    Only con is they don’t make more plastic options so I can buy more.

  11. Moose
    Review Whiz, L8

    I just got a Teebird and now am wondering why I’ve never used one before. It flys like a Roc in that it is incredibly straight flying and precise not the longest disc but it has plenty of glide. Does well with backhand, sidearm, thumbers and tomahawks and that is a rare find.

    Not fond of the thin rim, but for all the plusses of this discs it’s not a deal breaker.

    If you don’t have one buy or borrow one and give it a shot. The dx is fine I this mold and the pro is quite good.

    • Moose
      Review Whiz, L8

      My love affair with the Teebird grows. It’s become a go to for most shots 300-200 ft and I have gotten good at hitting spots with it. No aces yet but my 150 may be the first one I have to get one.

      I picked ip a max weight as insurance and hope it’s just as good.

  12. Christian Heaven
    Reader

    The TeeBird is easily one of my favorite discs in my bag currently. It’s easy to control, flies extremely straight, and is rather forgiving. There’s no way you will regret buying this disc – it’s just an outstanding piece of engineering.

  13. Joe Williams
    Review Supporter, L4

    This is the only fairway driver I own so far, but I use it all day. I’ve got a DX version and I couldn’t ask for a more dependable throw. A hard backhand throw will give you a straight flight with just a little fade at the end. Forehands give me a little more fade but still very consistent.

  14. Mickey
    Review Participant, L1

    I’ve found that the TeeBird is my go to disc. A straight flyer with little fade, which is excellent for tight tunnel shots. AS IT gets beat in it becomes slightly understandable but still very dependable. Everyone needs a T-Bird

  15. Chris
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    After reading recommendations online about what discs people think are “Go to” I bought a 165g dx bird. This disc single handedly improved my accuracy being a slower driver that can still pick up good distance. One thing I will say is that after having it for a while (3-4 months) its pretty chewed up from hitting trees and what not and has started becoming more understable. Its easier to put it on straight lines at all distances with a smidge of fade at the end. One thing Id like to add to the bag though is a champ so I can get that fade that I grew to love at the beginning of my DX’s life.

    • Ron
      Reader

      Try a friends Champion Teebird before buying if possible. A Champion will be much more overstable than a Dx. Especially a beat DX.

  16. Ryan Clements
    Review Fanatic, L5

    I use my TeeBird for straight tunnel shots up to 300 feet… the disc does not fade much at the end of flight and seems to fly off the hand easily. As a speed 7, I trust this disc over my higher speed drivers when I need precision. A staple in my bag; occasionally we will play a 3-disc only game, and I always bring my TeeBird as my driver.

  17. Kyle nagle
    Review Lover, L6

    If you are looking for a nice beginner disc that has very little turn and medium speed for a slower arm speed, this is the disc for you. Innova’s Teebird fly’s straight and direct with enough glide to give you that fairway desired distance. This disc is good for longer upshots or narrow tight fairways, where you need to keep the the shot in play to score. When used and beat in, the star and champion plastic Teebird is exceptionable for hyzer flips. Overall this disc will fly long and straight for beginners to intermediate players with the potential arm speed to gain more distance and accuracy.

  18. Jessica
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    One of the best headwind discs out there! If youre a beginner or want to master the headwind get one of these. Star plastic is recommended

  19. Conor M.
    Review Nut, L7

    The TeeBird is the templet of functionality and reliability. It’s able to sail into a verity of flight paths with smooth glide, which is what makes it so versatile. This relatively straight fairway driver has purposeful use in every grade of plastic and works great for cycling through when beat in. If you’re looking to add some consistency to your game grab a TeeBird, or two, or three.

  20. Kyle Longworth
    Reader

    This is the most versatile disc in my bag. I can bomb it out there for long drives, or make a nice skip approach with it. This disc will do whatever you want it to do.

  21. Joe A
    Review Participant, L1

    What can I say, I hit a Blind Ace with my TeeBird on Sept 14th, 2013. I’ve owned it for about 2 months and have banged it off the basket once and parked it many times before finally getting my first official Ace. Won’t play without it.

  22. Jesse
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    This was the fist fairway I bought. It is my “go to” for tightly wooded holes. I love the control and predictability I get with it.

  23. Bobby K
    Reviewer, L2

    A very nice point and shoot disc. Goes exactly where you want it to when thrown correctly. Even of bad throws it will go down the fairway. A very nice go to driver for many occasions. I recommend having 2-3 in different stabilities because you really can carve almost any line with this disc.

  24. dustin
    Reader

    Ever since i found this disc it travels with me everywhere i disc golf.

  25. Umesh
    Review Elite, L9

    Okay, here is my story: I met a person yesterday in his 50s and started playing with him. He had just bought Teebird in DX plastic; I think it was max weight. I have heard a lot about Teebird: Avery Jenkins and Climo and most pros use this disc as their go to fairway driver. So, I thought lets give it a try. I ripped that disc and it went 300 ft easily. I totally fell in love with Teebird right away and was going to buy it soon. Well, I went to play this morning with couple of my disc golf friends. I threw my Katana in a par 4 hole and it landed in the water. Guess what? I went in to the pond and all of sudden what I found was 12x Champion Teebird. Later, I pulled out my Katana and got Champion Teebird at the same time. I couldn’t be happier than that. I haven’t thrown the disc yet and kind of suspicious about champion plastic. I know I can bomb many discs in dx plastic in the true line of innova chart, but I find champion plastic a little overstable for me. I will be back tomorrow to give my review about champion teebird.

    • Alex
      Review Participant, L1

      The DX teebird would be money if paired with your found champ. I lost a champion leopard, decided to abuse a DX teebird to replace it and have never looked back.

    • Umesh
      Review Elite, L9

      As I said earlier, Champion plastic was little overstable for me. I loved Dx Teebird, but not much Champion Teebird. I beat the heck out of that champion plastic though, just to make it more similar flight of the dx plastic. It needs slight any-line on champion plastic to match the flight line of dx plastic.

      • Umesh Chaudhari
        Review Elite, L9

        Now I am playing with Star Teebird (168-170 gram) and there couldn’t be better fairway driver than teebird. I am getting a true innova flight path from the star teebird: dead straight and a good fade at the end. I use this disc for 200 to 300 feet where I need a good fade.

  26. troy rugger
    Review Nut, L7

    If i didnt have a leapord this would be my very next choice for my straight ahead no frills needed drive. Does a lil fade at the end and i dont seem to turn over as easly as the leapord whichbis y i keep one handy. Def a great straight shooter for all levels

  27. Anthony S.
    Reviewer, L2

    All around my favorite go to discs. Easy to throw and predictable. I have used many different runs of this disc. 1st was a 10x KC Pro. My current go to run is 11x Teebird. These are fairly beat but predictable. Usually carry 2-4 birds during a round. Great technical course disc, used a lot at the Tahoe courses when the fairways are narrow. The Rival is very similar in flight just seems to be more close to the 11x KC Pro Teebirds in stability.

  28. Will Perez
    Reader

    My GO TO disc in several situations. Light headwind, nice tailwind, and cross wind I will throw the Teebird back hand with a slight annie easily 350ft. Great in ALL plastics! A must have when it comes to great disc golfers! Just ask Climo!

  29. Tyler
    Review Supporter, L4

    If I had to pick just one disc it would be a Teebird 175. BH Flex/Hyzer Bombs/straight shots, FH Flex/Low Flying Midrange, Tommy, pizza-man putts, wind, whatever. This disc does everything. Champion has always been my preferred plastic on it; takes a while to wear in, but stays tuned in for a long, long time. Like Duncan said base everything you throw around how this disc flies.

  30. Gustavo Ocampo
    Review Elite, L9

    Great disc. This is a disc everyone will love. I got one not so long ago and I didn’t know what I was missing out on. This might be my go to straight driver. Great for everyone. Easy to control!

  31. Duncan
    Review Lover, L6

    Ahh…. the T-Bird. Everyone needs at least one of them in their bag. This is in my opinion one of the best discs out there. Very reliable, tried and true. the T-bird is THE disc by which I measure all other discs. How does a Boss fly? Like a really fast, less glidy, super stupid stable T-Bird :)

  32. Daniel
    Reader

    My DX TeeBird (150g) is one of the best disc purchases I have made to date. It flies very straight with a little fade at the end. The TeeBird will go just where you throw it every time. I might recommend getting a heavier weight than I did though, because the wind will take this disc up and you’ll lose a lot of distance. I think with a heavier disc you could really take strokes off your play easily. If your in doubt over which fairway driver to get, a TeeBird is an excellent choice.

  33. Topher
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Hands down, one of the BEST discs that I have ever thrown since I started playing disc golf! Especially the old OOP CE Teebirds. Those beauties were so flat and would hit just about any line that you could possibly put it on. Smooth and straight every time. I still recommend the Teebird to anyone that is just starting out. I’m also a little bias, I got my 1st career ACE with a CE Teeebird back in 2001!

  34. Stephen Meade
    Review Participant, L1

    Gotta love this disc, even if you don’t I bet you know someone who does. Starts off as a super predictable stable fairway driver, beats in to an amazingly straight laser beam of a disc. Continues is life as a great turnover disc, then slowly beats into a great roller.
    You could quite easily have four dx teebirds of varying degrees of wear and cover a huge amount of space in your bag. The benefit of this is that you can get really comfortable with the mould and get your release perfected.
    In summary, the Teebird is an oldie but a goodie. Can do most everything, even putt in heavy wind.

  35. PJ
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    It says a lot about this disc when it can’t be replaced by anything else in the market. HSS is the key here. The teebird will take any power or headwind you put it through, and it will not turn over. It is laser straight with dependable fade once you’ve worn it into it’s sweet spot. Once you’ve tried one, there is nothing else on the market that will satisfy your need for another.

  36. Mike P
    Review Lover, L6

    Really good disc, I wish I had this years ago. Flys like a dream. Comes in light weights too. I normally don’t see the big fuss when it comes to these insanely popular discs(Buzz, Roc, Aviar) but the teebird is truly an excellent disc and it is hard to find a replacement from any other company.

  37. Reuben
    Review Whiz, L8

    Teebirds are great. Out of the box teebirds of premium plastic could fill anyones overstable fairway hole. I throw dx teebirds and I love the way they wear. They start off just a hair overstable with just a little fade at the end and beat in to being strait as an arrow to an excellent line shaper. I have carried as much as 5 of these before I tried new plastic. Now I am slowly going back to my DX teebirds for my only fairway driver i need for any shot.
    Also once broken in teebirds have unbelievable distance potential. which is a highly underated aspect of them

  38. Adam Wakefield
    Review Lover, L6

    Buy this disc! You will love it!

  39. JMB
    Review Lover, L6

    There is a reason this is the highest rated fairway driver… it’s simply amazing. At any skill level, from a first time player to 12x World Champ Ken Climo, this disc can do so much if you have them in various stages of wear. A DX Teebird is the second disc I ever bought, and I used it all the time… perhaps too often. I just felt confident in the disc to the job right. I currently use a Star Teebird just so that it gets beat in a little slower, and I’m loving it on any shot around 300 ft. Get yourself a Teebird, I doubt you’ll be disappointed.

  40. Zacke
    Review Fanatic, L5

    My buddy handed my this disc when i was fumbling around and said I must have it. Let me say that this disc is excellent for fairway and mid-range shots! I am thankful to have this disc in my bag.

  41. Morgan Kelly
    Review Supporter, L4

    After failing miserably with faster distance drivers, a friend handed me a T-bird and said, this is more you skill level. He said it was a stable disc that would go far enough for me.

    I’m hooked. It’s not so fast that even a beginner can’t snap it out a good distance. It’s not so stable that a beginner can’t throw it straight and it doesn’t fade so much that it turns into a boomerang.

    Disc down and put your hands on a great control disc. You can torque it and it still goes straight. You can slow it down and control the action to put yourself closer to the pin with more control. Put it on an anhyzer release and watch it flex out and stretch the distance. release it with hyzer flip and watch it reach out as well. a very versatile disc that should be in everyone’s bag.

  42. Trevor Trizano
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Amazing utility disc. If you get a few in all stages of wear you won’t need any other disc for your 300′-350′ needs. I have a very beat star S. TB Teebird in my understable fairway slot, a decently beat in DX glow Teebird for my stable fairway slot, and a pretty new “no time” champ Teebird for my overstable fairway slot. So many things I can do with those 3 discs, I love it.

  43. Doug
    Review Extroadinaire, L11

    Just recently traded for a Champion Plus TeeBird. I had never thrown a TeeBird before getting it. I am amazed by this disc. It definitely lives up to the hype and good ratings. This disc flies super straight for a long time and always fades back to the left. I also seem to love this disc for sidearm flicks when I am in trouble. Overall, just a fantastic disc!

  44. Monkeypaws
    Review Lover, L6

    Brilliant disc – so easy to control and throw on multiple lines when broken in, and good distance to boot. I’ve only thrown a beaten in DX, but I love that disc. So reliable.

  45. David
    Review Lover, L6

    The more I throw it the better it gets. Starts off with a bit of a hard fade, but breaks in to be dead straight with beautiful glide. Great to play a long sweeping gentle right to left shot. Great disc!

  46. Dylan Roberts
    Review Supporter, L4

    The teebird is an extremely reliable, straight shooting fairway disc. I love using this disc on straighter shots, wooded holes, just for about any shot in the fairway. If I were to recommend an innova fairway driver I would say that the Teebird (or eagle) is (are) a perfect choice(s). The only problem I have with the teebird is this disc likes to get lost on me. I’ve lost 2 teebirds out of 5 discs I’ve lost. And one of them was a completely new I-dye disc I got on my birthday it disappeared in someone’s yard(talk about bad luck)!

  47. Mark
    Review Master, L10

    Great fairway driver. I have this disc in Star plastic in my bag, and call it my miracle disc. Anything between 100 and 250 feet, I use this disc. It’s gotten me out of so many horrible lays, and I usually end up parking it and even hit one from over 200 completely blind recently.

    I went 2 months without this disc after I left it lay by a basket. I lost two to three strokes a round, and instantly got them back when I got this disc back.

    If I had to choose one disc to play a round with at a diverse course, this is the one. Absolute must have.

  48. Innova gets knocked a lot because of all the discs they release and sometimes consistency issues. The Teebird is one of the many things they do exactly right. You can’t do much better on a fairway driver than a Teebizzle (except an Eagle.)

    Out of the box, it is very straight with a nice reliable fade. The Star and Champion versions will wear much, much slower and may never lose their stability (my two year old Star Teebizzle is still straight as an arrow despite many tree hits.) The DX version will wear in much quicker to become slightly understable that will still finish to the left. DX Teebirds are, in this reviewers opinion, the most controllable driver out there.

    I know many players who only use this and an Eagle as their drivers, to great success. I’ve seen Teebizz bombs go out well past 400 feet. Whether you’re just starting or have been playing since before baskets were inviented, you need a Teebird. Get one and I assure you that you will not be dissapointed.

  49. John Huss
    Review Participant, L1

    Best disc ever! I have had one in my bag for 10 years and it is always reliable. Not the best for distance, but a very straight and consistent flight.

  50. Henry Crankshaw
    Reviewer, L2

    great fairway driver, I highly recommend that you have atleast one beat DX teebird on you on every round

  51. Dean
    Review Fanatic, L5

    this is by FAR my favorite second shot disc. It is as reliable from 150′ out as it is from 40′. Also serves as an accurate “light touch” forehand drive disc on shorter holes. Generally a consistent accurate disc when thrown on a flat line, I have used this disc in DX plastic as a putter on several occasions with good results. In fact, i feel more accurate throwing this disc than i do my Aviar classic.

  52. Best disc ever made. Bar none. It’s great for learning the game and learning to drive. It’s great for pros as well. It has glide and is a great straight shooter. If you are a beginner, it will have a healthy amount of fade, but as you get better that fade will turn into a forward penetrating fade giving you even more distance.

  53. Shane
    Review Participant, L1

    I recently lost both of my TeeBirds in one round. I nearly quit the game of disc golf, not wanting to go on without the single greatest disc ever created. I’ve talked 2 friends into buying some and they’ve turned to it almost as much as I have. It’s the perfect problem solving disc that will help you out of any situation as well as give you added confidence to fire one down a narrow fairway. There’s really nothing this disc can’t do. Twas truly a dark day when they went missing. I mourned for the appropriate 5 days before getting back on the course.

  54. Thomas Milos
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Everyone loves the Teebird, and they should. Long stable to overstable flyer out of the box that beats in to a versatile any-line disc. I get almost as much distance from the Teebird as I do any other driver. I buy them in DX because I love a beat-up Teebird

  55. Colin
    Review Supporter, L4

    I have very small hands and struggled with getting good grip on the thick-rimmed distance drivers. Several Teebirds later, I don’t think I’ll ever go back to those Wraiths and Destroyers. The Teebird is comfortable and super accurate even when pushing 400 feet.

  56. Alyx Kendzierski
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    I have two of these in my bag [different weights and plastics] because they are probably the most go-to reliable discs on the market. No matter what skill level or difficulty of the shot, this disc is “the one”. Resists wind better than most other discs, and the predictability of the shot is spectacular.

  57. Sean Steele
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    Probably the smartest thing you can put in your bag for whatever skill level. If you’re a beginner a DX Teebird can be your max D overstable wind fighting driver. As you progress and get better you will get more in other plastics yet still love this disc. It’s the one disc I can reach for when I don’t know what else to throw and instantly give me confidence. Fights wind, bad form, and anything else you can do to make it not work and it still works. Best rating I can give for any disc.

  58. Anthony
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    The old tride and true disc. Its almost a crutch for me. Its the first thing out of my bag when i dont know what else to use. Very predictable. This was the disc i learned disc golf with as it can pretty much do everything. The best beginner disc you can ask for

  59. Jason
    Review Whiz, L8

    Best fairway driver. Accurate, predictable. If you are a newer player and the discs is a little to stable, check out the TL (Teebird-Long), it is a little less stable. They fly great and wear in beautifully. Many players carry multiple Teebirds for straight, hyzer, and anhyzer shots. If I could only carry one driver, it would be a Teebird. They also come in light weights for tailwind or less powerful players.

  60. Emechtech
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    The Teebird is quite possibly the most unique disc in the sport. At high speeds this disc will resist turn, yet at low speeds it stays fairly straight without much fade, even when new. In addition, wind has little effect on Teebirds which makes them usable in almost any weather condition. There is no such thing as a bad Teebird. They fly great in ALL plastic types.

  61. Nick Kohn
    Review Whiz, L8

    innovas best fairway driver great overstable disc.

    • Adam Wakefield
      Review Lover, L6

      First time I have ever heard a teebird called overstable. It is a super straight flyer.

      • Kirk
        Review Nut, L7

        There is a first time for everything, but since then a lot of reviews since then which are calling this disc overstable.

        I’m sure if you can really Crank it, the torque will keep this bad boy flying straight for days.

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