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Old 11-21-2018, 05:22 PM
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I like your proposed Prodigy lineup better than your current lineup! (I am NOT saying your current lineup is bad.).

The Pa-3 is an excellent putter (I prefer 350g plastic), and I see why you chose the others.

You might consider adding an F5 or even F7 to the lineup.
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Old 11-21-2018, 06:07 PM
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lololol just dont comment if its not insightful. commenting just to see yourself talk.


On a real note, If you enjoy watching jomez. Try to find some videos with Seppo Paju in them and watch the beautiful shots he throws with his D3s and M4s
I have no insight but on a "real" note, go watch Jomez? OK.
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Old 11-21-2018, 10:47 PM
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If you want to see the M4 in all it's absolute glory, watch Cale Leiviska throw it. He's a magician with it.

If you really like your M2, try it in 350g. It's a better KC Pro.
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Old 11-21-2018, 10:59 PM
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The Pa-3 is an excellent putter (I prefer 350g plastic), and I see why you chose the others.
It's THE BEST putting plastic.


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Old 11-21-2018, 11:29 PM
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Here's a decent video to see some of these discs in action. Chris Dickerson and Chumley are both Prodigy sponsored pros so they talk about each other's discs a lot. This is a great course too.


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Old 11-22-2018, 01:56 AM
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350g pa1's are the best addition to my bag I years. I still buy too many discs, bit they just do the same thing as a disc already in the bag. Driving with those pa1's has changed how I play. If the hole is 300' or shorter, I throw a pa1.

I have a 350g a2 as well, but I hardly bag or throw it. I'd probably like it better in the premium plastic. The low profile and grippy plastic just does not feel right.
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Old 11-22-2018, 03:48 AM
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The PA3s I got are 350g. I putt with Prime Judges now. Im hoping for a slightly grippier and lower profile feel in the 350g PA3s.

It sounds like there are a lot of A2 throwers out there. I used to bag a Suspect for the longest time. For those of you who have thrown both an A2 and a Suspect, how would their flights compare?

Could someone provide a direct comparison of a 400g A1 vs a Lucid Justice?

All of the plastic in my shipment is either 400g or 750g excpet for the PA3s.
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Jolt - The reason I went with the A1 and not the A2 was because I was hoping the A1 will be able to fill the Justice role in my current setup. I was actually going to go M1 but I watched a few review videos and the general consensus on the M1 was that it was very uncomfortable in the hand. F1 is definetely on the list of future buys to fill the role of my XXX.

Moose33 - Will do!

F1 won't be overstable enough to fill the XXX role.

Look for an original either H1 or H2 for some overstability, or the new H1v2 if you want it to go a little farther
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Old 11-23-2018, 01:02 PM
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Speaking as a relatively new, relatively old, and relatively low arm speed player:

The F7 (in 400g Glimmer) is a terrific disc. For me, it’s about 220’-250’ with a reliable smooth fade at the end. Then higher I throw it, the more dramatic a hyzer line - so it’s pretty good for shorter dogleg rights. I bought the special edition direct from Prodigy with the “ACE” imprint. It’s a great looking disc.

The A4 (300) has a specific place in my bag. If I throw it hard enough to flip up flat, it’s straight as an arrow for about 180’-200’, and then a dramatic dive to the left, almost straight down to the ground. The 300 plastic is grippy - and the disc doesn’t seem to do anything but hit the ground and stay put!. So if the pin is tucked left, this is a great tactical disc for me. The danger is if I don’t throw it hard enough (as I said, I don’t have terrific arm speed) - it will dive left at about 50’ and lie there, laughing at me.
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Old 11-23-2018, 11:16 PM
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Thanks HyooMac. I still havent figured out what would fill the roll of an Underworld. Seems like that F7 might fit perfect. Your review on the A4 intrigues me, Im going to see how this first set of discs goes and I might consider that in the future.

I'd like to think of myself having a larger arm. My RHBH hits about 425 and my RHFH I can reach just over 450. My game struggles come from putting.
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