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Old 01-16-2019, 03:20 AM
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The Prodigy Pa4 is non-beaded but otherwise like the Pa3 in its flight. I think it comes in 350g plastic, also.
I wouldn't call the PA4 the non-beaded version of the PA3, that's the PA2. PA2s and PA3s have the same flight patterns, just one is beaded and the other isn't. All of their putters are available in 350g. I have all four in 350g.
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Old 01-17-2019, 07:37 PM
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Old 01-18-2019, 07:37 AM
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I'm not sure if I've found my putting putter yet but holy crap I love the jb/rubber blend of the Luna. I have never been happy with putter plastics (prodigy 350g is close and probably would be good for putters I do like by other companies) but Discraft and Mcbeth nailed it on this one.
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Old 01-18-2019, 11:39 AM
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I wouldn't call the PA4 the non-beaded version of the PA3, that's the PA2. PA2s and PA3s have the same flight patterns, just one is beaded and the other isn't. All of their putters are available in 350g. I have all four in 350g.
I have one Pa2 in 300 plastic, which I found on my home course, and it didn't have a name or number so that i could return it to its owner. It is unbeaded, but the bottom rim looks more like a Mako3 or Anubis, and the edge is not "squared off". The Pa2 I found flies straight-to-overstable, and it wasn't fresh out of the box when I found it.

The Pa3 and Pa4 have 'squared off' ends, with the Pa3 being beaded and the Pa4 unbeaded. Both putt straight, and both fly straight...and a bit understable if I crank down on them.

I haven't tried a Pa1, and I don't remember what it looked like if and when i saw one in the store, but I think it's relatively overstable.
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Old 01-19-2019, 10:49 AM
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I started with an Aviar (go figure) when I started playing. Pretty quickly after that I won a Gateway Magic in a raffle and that was the go to for about three years. During that period of time I messed around with the Wizard as well but wasn't a big fan. In 2016 went to a trilogy challenge where I got my hands on a DD Marshal haven't looked back since!


Curious about the Discraft Luna though...

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I started with an Aviar (go figure) when I started playing. Pretty quickly after that I won a Gateway Magic in a raffle and that was the go to for about three years. During that period of time I messed around with the Wizard as well but wasn't a big fan. In 2016 went to a trilogy challenge where I got my hands on a DD Marshal haven't looked back since!


Curious about the Discraft Luna though...
From my very limited time practice putting with the Luna, it reminds me of a shallower / beadless Marshal (granted the Marshal barely has a bead). I liked the Marshal but Luna fits my hand better so I'm excited.

I really can't stress enough how nice the blend of plastic is for the Luna. I got back into disc golf in 2008 and my putters were a magnet and Challenger in pro-d which was firmer than recent pro-d and jawbreaker is just not firm enough for my putting preference.

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