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Old 05-02-2017, 10:25 PM
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Can anyone help with this disc? I think it's a Lat 64 Pure, but I'm not positive.
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Old 05-02-2017, 10:57 PM
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Innova metal flake distance driver, thick rim definetly speed 12-13. Not the best quality of photos but would really love to know what it is.
Hey, I played that tourney! I think the metal flake discs stamped with that tourney stamp were Destroyers. Unless my memory is failing me.
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Old 05-03-2017, 01:27 PM
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Can anyone help with this disc? I think it's a Lat 64 Pure, but I'm not positive.
First, it is likely to have the name of the mold "engraved/embossed" on the bottom of the disc near the nipple. Second, showing just the top and bottom is going to yield little but guesses from people. We need to see a better pic of the profile to look at the wing and maybe a closeup of the bottom of the wing/rim, but not from the inside looking out, but outside looking in. Come back with more to work with and I am sure there is someone who can help.

Edit, I don't see the engraving, so it probably precedes when LAT started doing that. Even more reason for a better profile pics.

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Old 05-03-2017, 06:23 PM
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Made by innova, marked 167, no model abbr.
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First, it is likely to have the name of the mold "engraved/embossed" on the bottom of the disc near the nipple. Second, showing just the top and bottom is going to yield little but guesses from people. We need to see a better pic of the profile to look at the wing and maybe a closeup of the bottom of the wing/rim, but not from the inside looking out, but outside looking in. Come back with more to work with and I am sure there is someone who can help.

Edit, I don't see the engraving, so it probably precedes when LAT started doing that. Even more reason for a better profile pics.
Thanks for the suggestions. I was hoping someone might recognize the design, because I haven't seen it before.

I took some more pictures of the profile and rim, hopefully these will be helpful.
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Thanks for the suggestions. I was hoping someone might recognize the design, because I haven't seen it before.

I took some more pictures of the profile and rim, hopefully these will be helpful.
Those are excellent pictures, and I would actually point to them as how to take pictures for this kind of question. I am sure someone who know Lat 64 stuff will be able to identify it from those.

The reason I mentioned nothing earlier about the image, is that it is likely a Dyemax image, which means it could theoretically be hundreds of discs including non Trilogy ones. I am pretty sure there are non Trilogy discs with the Dyemax images before DD stopped selling other companies discs.
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Can anyone help with this disc? I think it's a Lat 64 Pure, but I'm not positive.
It looks like a trilogy disc and I think that it has Lat64 molded around the center of the disc.
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Old 05-04-2017, 11:00 AM
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Those are excellent pictures, and I would actually point to them as how to take pictures for this kind of question. I am sure someone who know Lat 64 stuff will be able to identify it from those.

The reason I mentioned nothing earlier about the image, is that it is likely a Dyemax image, which means it could theoretically be hundreds of discs including non Trilogy ones. I am pretty sure there are non Trilogy discs with the Dyemax images before DD stopped selling other companies discs.
I appreciate the help getting some good pictures up. I didn't realize that Dyemax was done on other brands, this makes it a lot more challenging.

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It looks like a trilogy disc and I think that it has Lat64 molded around the center of the disc.
I just wanted to note that on the bottom of the disc it is stamped saying "Latitude 64", "Made in Sweden" and the disc weight "175g". Not sure if this helps.
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Pdga stamped dx rancho. It looks like it has years of dirt on it but nary a scratch anywhere on it. The pdga logo is embossed-type effect.
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Curious how old it may or may not be.

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I appreciate the help getting some good pictures up. I didn't realize that Dyemax was done on other brands, this makes it a lot more challenging.



I just wanted to note that on the bottom of the disc it is stamped saying "Latitude 64", "Made in Sweden" and the disc weight "175g". Not sure if this helps.
I think you are right that it is likely a Pure, and it definitely is a Lat 64 putter. But it may another beside the Pure. But what I was saying, is the dyemax image can be put on all Star/Fuzion/Tournament/Goldline type plastic. I am not sure if it was done on non Trilogy discs, but I know Dynamic used to stamp non Dynamic Discs with the DD name or logo (I have two Wizards that are stamped Dynamic Disc just like a Bar Stamped Judge would). So it stands to reason they could have done dyemax on other manufacturers discs also, but I am not positive.
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