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Website: http://www.innovadiscs.com
Members: 670
Latest Activity: Mar 20

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The Katana is built with the finesse thrower in mind. Recommended downwind driver. Hit the angle right and watch it bolt out of sight. The physical characteristics resemble a Boss with the flight characteristics of a Sidewinder on steroids. Master the technique of Katana and rule the course.



Go inside the ropes at the legendary Winthrop Gold Course for exciting, final round coverage of both the 2008 & 2009 USDGC events.

The 2009 DVD features commentary from previous US champions, Ken Climo and Barry Schultz. Ken and Barry provide unique player-perspective that is both entertaining and insightful.

The 2008 DVD features commentary from Nate Doss and Avery Jenkins speaking candidly about the battle for their first US Championship.



The new Innova Calendar includes some of our favorite seasonal photos from courses around the world. Check out all the photos at our calendar page. Based on user feedback we switched back to a Sunday to Saturday format. We also added a Day Planner vertical layout to each page to give players another way to track their appointments.



Players are always looking for an out-of-the box straight flyer. This is it. The Mako offers players dialed in precision that holds the line of release. Throw it flat, it goes straight, give it some angle and you can get it to go right or left. It works great for beginners with a friendly grip, good glide, and straight flights. It will also impress top players with its solid performance regardless of power. Throw it hard, it is not afraid. Throw it smooth, that works too. This is a great woods disc and works like a driver without the skip when it lands. The Mako is available in our premium Star plastic for durability and grip.
In weights from 180 to 170 grams. 4|5|0|0.



Got an unreachable hole? Well, maybe not anymore. The Pro Boss gives players the speed and stability of a Boss, with some added bonuses; better grip, more glide, and a wide range of weights. The Pro Boss is going to be THE disc for distance competitions this year. Who isn't interested in a disc that they can throw farther? It has the great grip that players have come to expect along with the added glide of our pro plastic blend. Available from 167 to 175 grams. 13|5|-1|3.


The Boss is also available in: Star, Champion, and R-Pro.


The Roc is simply the best, most versatile mid-range disc ever made. Now the San Marino Roc is now available in our durable Star Plastic. It provides accuracy at any range. It can be used for driving, upshots, straight shots, hyzer shots or anhyzers. Players looking for a long term commitment from their Mid-Range disc should seriously consider giving the SM Roc a try. 4|4|0|3.



If you aren't aware, the Dart is one sweet putter. The Star Dart joins the R-Pro Dart, adding durability, one trait many are craving in a disc. This particular blend of Star plastic is extra grippy, which players request in their putters. The Star version has the same great flight and chain catching ability as the R-Pro Dart. The Star Dart is a straight flier at putting speeds, and has the slightest turn at driving speeds. The Star Dart makes a great disc for shots from putts to approaches. Available from 165 to 175 grams. 3|4|0|0.


Dave Feldberg Signature Champion Boss

Champion Boss
The David Feldberg signature Champion Boss is our first Speed 13 Distance Driver. This is a fast stable driver that can handle full power throws and moderate headwinds. Advanced players and sidearm throwers will appreciate the dependable stability. The Boss has a slight high speed turn to help maximize distance with a predictable fade. The Champion Boss is not recommended for players who throw less than 300 feet.

Weight range : 173 to 175 grams
Ratings 13, 5, -1, 3



Everyone needs a Mulligan every once in a while
At Innova, we are trying to do our part. Echo-plastic reduces fossil fuel usage and saves landfill space for real trash. Echo-Plastic discs are molded from pre-consumer waste, not post-consumer waste. We take our overweight discs and other rejects and grind them. The grind is then blended and re-pelletized to produce Echo-Plastic. EchoStar discs come in a variety of colors and are made from 50% to 100% EchoStar material. Watch for your favorite disc in Echo Star plastic.

Discussion Forum

Who's throwin' the Groove? 6 Replies

Started by mattmelcher. Last reply by Greg H. Feb 11, 2010.

Innova Katana (kah-tah-nah) 1 Reply

Started by Tab Weis. Last reply by Tab Weis Dec 31, 2009.

Anyone throw the Pig? 6 Replies

Started by Calico Jack. Last reply by Troy Dec 16, 2009.

clean up your course/park 4 Replies

Started by Drx49er. Last reply by Hycard Nov 4, 2009.

INNOVA Disc Golf Banner - Customize your page! 3 Replies

Started by bobd. Last reply by Neil Bennett Apr 18, 2009.

Innova Relationship with Other Disc Golf Organizations/Manufacturers 14 Replies

Started by Ed Thomas. Last reply by Roy Mar 18, 2009.

Sad, Sad day - Classic Roc style.. 2 Replies

Started by bobd. Last reply by Scot Lambert Mar 3, 2009.

stabilized destroyers

Started by Chris Waugh Feb 6, 2009.

"Restamped" INNOVA Discs.. 1 Reply

Started by bobd. Last reply by ProjectPatterson Feb 3, 2009.

2008 USDGC Champion Roc Update

Started by bobd Apr 1, 2008.

Comment Wall


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Comment by LSDiscs-Neileo on October 21, 2008 at 12:35pm
I agree with J.W.I. everytime I rearrange my bag, it usually always ends up with about 90% innova plastic over discraft....gateway, although those 2 are my putters and never outta my bag, and well...that's all I have to say about that
Comment by Jackson on October 6, 2008 at 10:31am
I kept moving discs from different companies in and out of my bag over time. Recently, I gave them all a good once-over and found that almost all the discs in my bag are Innova. I didn't do it on purpose. I wasn't trying to pick a brand. It's just that after throwing disc after disc and changing what's in my main bag over time I find that Innova is the most consistent, feels best in my hand, and most importantly give me many throwing options with each disc.
Comment by CBass on October 1, 2008 at 10:55pm
Nice to see all the great info about Innova. Keep it up!!!
Comment by Kyle Jacob Smalling on September 9, 2008 at 6:50am
So why aren't there any new updates on discs?
Comment by Marty Cook on August 14, 2008 at 5:53pm
I've been trying to get ahold of tim s. for info on becoming a team member. check my tourney results and get back to me please! Marty Cook
Comment by Chris on July 3, 2008 at 11:02am
I too throw nothing but Innova...DX and Star in my bag. Not to say other disc companies are junk, it's just that I like Innova...it has a feel that works for me :)
Comment by Joe Simpson on May 23, 2008 at 1:42am
Comment by Bill on May 2, 2008 at 4:32pm
First club to 300 members!!!
Comment by bobd on April 30, 2008 at 5:34pm
KC Pro Aviar (hard)
JK Pro Aviar (soft)
Pro Line Aviar (regular pro plastic)
Comment by Keith Amerson on March 26, 2008 at 6:14pm
I throw all Innova - I do have a Wizard in the bag but don't throw it very often. I really like the Pro plastic best, I would like to see a Pro Aviar. Innova Disc golf Roc's!

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