Damage: Field Tested
Stamp: 2013 Tournament White
Sleepy scale: 9/10
About the mold: 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.
Some notes on the plastic: Star plastic first made an appearance in early 2005 as a special blend commonly referred to as Night Shift. Legend has it, a worker at Innova blended two different plastics, ran Orcs and stamped them with the DX art. The general consensus was that everyone loved it, despite the uproar it caused. Later that year, Innova released a batch of Special Blend Orcs as a fundraiser for Tulsa Am Worlds. Months later, in November 2005, the name of the plastic blend was officially changed to Star. Innova introduced flight numbers around 2008 and removed patent numbers some time in 2011. This disc was stamped in 2013, but has patent numbers. This means that it was most likely old stock they had for custom stamp orders.