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so i picked up a DGA rogue at the IDGC this past weekend. was the last one and it was hidden on one of the discs-for-sale display walls. i'd heard positive feedback from a few about what a sleeper disc it was, and since it was the last one there (and a funky mellow purple color, to boot!) i snagged it. the rogues had a reserved
area in the innova section and the label in the front had something like "DGA", Rogue, innova golf discs. no innova/champion branding on the bottom at all. as i recall, it's a smooth surface (disc in car). what's the relationship between DGA discs and innova? i throw innova exclusively, so i need the warm-and-fuzzies there's a connection. thanks.

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Arthur Haverkamp said:
well, I can give you guys the inside on Millennium because I used to be part of their team...
Millennium is owned by Harold Duvall and John Houck. Arthur Haverkamp, Rotterdam, The Netherlands


Correction


Millennium is owned solely by John Houck and his wife, Dee Leekha.
I will say it too DESTROYER!!!!!!!!!!, DESTROYER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! best bombing driver by far!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anyways....yes..........DGA is ONLY made by Discraft.

The Destroyer and Aviar turned me from a Discraft man into a Innova man.

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