Originally Posted by Meulen
I have a prototype driver in the 700G. It feels nice, but I wouldn't say its a CE replicate. My newest peave from the Prodigy team is the lack of product knowledge. It is 300,400, 700 (or 750 according to the website), 400G, 700G. I've seen the team members (those with stock in the company) refer to it as G700, G400S, and one more I can't remember. It seems like a simple naming convention and I'm not sure why there is such confusion. Its the number of the series first, followed by a G if it is glass filled. They need to have the correct product information drilled into their heads.
Probably not, they just need to throw them well so everyone who buys a Brodigy automatically thinks they will throw it like Will, Nikko, etc.