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Innova disc golf discs, inovation to help your game

Updated on September 14, 2016

G star

GStar is the newest blend of Star plastic that adds flexibility and more grip. The GStar line now includes 17 models featuring the Destroyer, TeeBird, Boss, Wraith, Roc3 and more.

Check them out at the Innova website and buy them at your favorite dealer.

Atlas | Source


the latest disc from Innova is the Atlas. A mid-range with a hard plastic flight plate and a grippy rubbery rim that gives better grip and is said to allow for better control by compensating for small throwing errors. Looking forward to trying this one.

Disc golf book

Great disc golf book available to lead you through disc golf from a newbie to a veteran. How to play and how to play better.

Blizzard Wraith
Blizzard Wraith | Source


The coolest new plastic from Innova is the Blizzard plastic. This plastic is full of air bubbles that let them make the discs have the same performance as the champion plastic, but at much lower weights. This lets you throw the disc farther and still have control with less snap on the release. A world record was just set recently by David Wiggins Jr with a 134g Blizzard Boss. The distance was an amazing 836ft.

Innova Mamba


Innova Mamba

The Mamba is even more stable and made for long throws with less effort. It is a better disc for mid level skilled players and for tailwind shots.

The Mamba comes in champion plastic only and is also said to be a good roller disc.



Innova Krait

This disc is a bit slower and more stable than the Tern. It is great for long strait shots or shots that need to be shaped with more control.

The Krait is available in Champion and Blizzard plastic.



Innova Tern

A new high speed distance driver that has gotten good reviews from many people who have used it.

The tern comes in champion plastic only, and is great for a roller disc,or a nice gliding disc to use for shaping shots .

New Innova Champion Destroyer
New Innova Champion Destroyer

Destroyer and Xcaliber now in Champion plastic

The Innova Destroyer is a very fast stable long distance driver. this disc golf disc is for strong players with a good snap. This golf disc in not for beginners.

The Innova XCaliber is for the big arms who have to have the biggest and fastest. Not for beginners.

INNOVA’s Champion plastic is produced with a unique type of plastic that provides outstanding performance and durability. Champion discs are a clear or pearlescent plastic. The Champion plastic is said to retain original flight characteristics for an extended period of time.Mad for use in heavily wooded situations, or on extremely rugged courses, It will last longer than any other Innova plastic. Originally designed for professional players, it is good for high powered throwers.

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R pro disc

Innova has also released the Boss, the Skeeter, and the Hydra in the R Pro plastic recently. The R Pro plastic has a grippy feel to it and is a bit softer and more flexible than the regular pro plastic. I like the feel of it. I have a dart that I use for putt and approach shots.

Leave me a comment below and let me know what you think about the discs. Or if there is something else you would like to see here.

Us Womens Fundraising Disc Golf Disc

These disc golf discs are Star rocs. They are available from the Disc Golf university on Innova web site for $25 each.

R pro hydra disc golf disc

The Innova Hydra is a Putt & Approach disc golf disc, use it for short drives and approach shots. It is made with a grippy, durable plastic, it also floats. It is easy to throw and has a good feeling grip making it great putter as well. All Hydras are approximately 170 grams.

Some of the top Innova players from 2008

More Disc Golf Info

How to avoid losing your disc golf discs. This article gives you some good tips to lose fewer disc golf discs, and make them easier to find.

How to practice disc golf. This tutorial shows you the best ways to practice so you will get better and beat your playing partners.

Disc golf workout. This tutorial gives you the secrets to working out in a way that will give you a good full body workout, and train the muscles you need most to be good at disc golf.

Innova has 4 new disc coming out on Oct. 19

The new disc are the Pro Boss. Same flight as the Champion Boss but in Pro plastic.

A star plastic version of the Dart.

A star plastic version of the Roc.

And a brand new Mid-range called the Mako. It is similar to a shark, but straighter.



Classification: Distance Driver
Diameter: 21.2cm
Weight Range: 167 to 175 grams
Brief Description:The Katana is built with the finesse thrower in mind. Recommended downwind driver. Hit the angle right and watch it bolt out of sight.
Available Plastics: Star
Best Choice for: Fast, long, easy distance off the tee. Huge turnover shots.

About the Katana
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.

The latest greatest fastest disc

The Innova Ape is the latest, greatest, and fastest disc in the Innova lineup. Check out the Ape and see if it's for you. The Ape is a fast and overstable disc and needs to be thrown with snap and is not for the beginner or intermediate disc golfer.


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      Stuart 6 years ago

      This comment is about returning found discs.

      Why don't players telephone owners when they find a disc? Obviously the owner wants it back. That is why the phone number is on the disc. Keeping a "found" disc is stealing. It is that simple. Keep a disc--you are a thief. "Finders Keepers" is stealing.

      Its only April 2011 and I have found 8 discs already this year. Three did not have phone numbers on them.(So I use them and give them away to beginners who could use an upgrade) The 5 that did have numbers, all got back to their surprised and grateful owners. I met some new people and found some new friends to play a round with just by being honest. If you are from out of the area, give the found disc to a local who will "make the call" and get that disc back home.

      I am saddened and disgusted by the lack of honesty and

      morality of most of the people that play the game. Nearly every player at my local courses has at least one disc in his bag that is not his own. I would like to hear comments and "rationalizations" about this topic.