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    Default 27th Fall Disc Golf Open stamp on my disc, please help me identify

    Hello, my father got me some used discs off eBay for Christmas and one disc he got me was a

    White Innova disc, feels and looks like star plastic, feels like a driver, has what looks like an otter with wings on it, and it reads:

    Louisville Disc Golf Club
    27th FALL DISC GOLF OPEN
    10.20.2007/ Otter Creek Park/ PDGA B-tier

    please help me identify it, looking forward to ripping it tomorrow.

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    Default Help me identify this "27th FALL DISC GOLF OPEN" disc please

    Hey, I posted a similar thread in the "General Chat" before I saw this. Sorry, hope I don't get into trouble

    I'm trying to identify this disc, it was gift, its a:
    White Innova disc, feels and looks like star plastic, feels like a driver, has what looks like an otter with wings on it, and it reads:

    Louisville Disc Golf Club
    27th FALL DISC GOLF OPEN
    10.20.2007/ Otter Creek Park/ PDGA B-tier

    Here are some photos, I hope someone recognizes it. Thanks a lot


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    it might be easier to figure out if you could give us a picture of the bottom of it, does it have the weight and a letter next to it at the bottom (in the middle)

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    yeah, 175. looks like theres a faded "S"

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    It looks like a Wraith. Tough to say without seeing more of the rim, but that's my guess.

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    There isn't a driver with the abbreviation "S" so the second letter must be faded. I believe Jeremy ran this tournament and he's a big sidewinder "SW" fan so that's my guess, but it could be a Starfire "SF" or an SL.

    Here's a list of Innova's abbreviations: http://innovadiscs.com/discs/disc-comparison.html
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    Adam,

    It could be the "S" is for Star plastic. I did some really crude measuring using zoom and a tape measure. Assuming the disc is right around the 21.1 cm diameter, I have figured the rim to be right around 2.2-2.3 cm. That would put it in measure with Wraith on the lower end, TeeRex and Destroyer.

    I'm such a nerd.

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    I know Innova is inconsistent and occasionally does strange things so it's certainly possible they marked it with the plastic type rather than the disc type.
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    When the back of the disc is marked with an S as in SDS - it doesnt mean "star" destroyer - it means "stable" destroyer

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    I don't know about that one Martin. I've also had pro destroyers that were marked P-DS.
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