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Old 10-19-2020, 05:19 PM
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Im looking at some prodigy discs and wondering what some good discs are. I throw about 350.
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Old 10-19-2020, 05:23 PM
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The A2 is a sneaky good Overstable approach disc. I am almost forehanding nothing else at this point.
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Old 10-19-2020, 05:25 PM
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What are you looking for? The a series and Pa series are both amazing putting and throwing. Not a ton of experience with the mids but the m3 seems to be very popular with the pros. Kj throws that d2 into baskets 575' away also.

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What are you looking for? The a series and Pa series are both amazing putting and throwing. Not a ton of experience with the mids but the m3 seems to be very popular with the pros. Kj throws that d2 into baskets 575' away also.
Im looking for some understable to neutral drivers.
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What are you looking for? The a series and Pa series are both amazing putting and throwing. Not a ton of experience with the mids but the m3 seems to be very popular with the pros. Kj throws that d2 into baskets 575' away also.
But Im really just looking for some suggestions
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Personally, I dont throw many prodigy drivers. I believe their drivers are known to be fairly inconsistent (like most manufacturers). I have a d3 that is beefy destroyer overstable. I have an f5 that is money though and potentially what you are looking for. I plan to dive into the h series drivers this off-season but haven't purchased any yet. Will try to remember to report back
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Old 10-19-2020, 06:47 PM
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The best stable/understable drivers of theirs I’ve tried are the d4, F5, and one of the H v2s maybe H3v2.

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Old 10-19-2020, 08:05 PM
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stable to understable must haves:

500 H3V2
400G F5
2 M4's - 400G & 500
Duraflex P Model US for a throwing putter

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Old 10-20-2020, 08:46 AM
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I agree on the 400G F5 - it's a great disc
I putt with the PMS in base grip - it's terrific if you like a firm, stable putter

I strongly caution against buying Prodigy X-outs. I've had terrible luck with F7's that have crazy low PLH compared to others, real bad flashing on M4's and M3's, and a board-flat 300 A4 that's so OS it flies like everyone describes the Stego.

I was originally drawn to Prodigy because they manufacture their own discs, and as a "smaller" disc company, I hoped that translates to better quality control. I think it does - but avoid the x-outs!

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H1V2 is a wonderful overstable flyer for all kind of shots backhand and forehand.
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