Prodigy Disc Golf
Prodigy Disc Golf has entered the scene by making a huge splash, pulling the biggest names in disc golf to join their team at launch.
Prodigy’s lineup will be a “limited release” and they announced that they would like to have their full lineup available by mid-spring. The first discs will be the drivers, followed by putters, then midrange, and capping off their releases with fairway drivers. Prodigy is using (what appears for now) a very basic naming scheme such as the “D1” and “D2” for distance drivers. The naming scheme appears to be very similar to that used by Lightning Discs.
[two_third]Much is still unanswered about Prodigy discs – what will the quality of plastic be? Will they bring any unique aspect to the sport?
Speculation also surrounds Prodigy, but by pulling heavyweights in the sport immediately at launch, they have established immediate credibility.
This is the second major disc golf lineup brought to attention in just one month, as Dynamic Discs released their lineup earlier in December.
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This gives players even more discs options to become familiar with to find the perfect disc to dominate the game.
We at InfiniteDiscs.com are pursuing retail agreements, and hope to be able to release the Prodigy lineup as it becomes available. You can see our full lineup of Prodigy Golf Discs by clicking here: Prodigy Golf Discs
When our pre-order was announced for Prodigy Discs, we sold out quickly! More releases will be on the way – if you want to know exactly when our next pre-order will start, join our mailing list!
Just happy to see a company put the heart,soul and compassion necessary to grow the sport of disc golf worldwide and you guys have put a team together that will be a force to be reckoned with for years to come…thanks
I just received my first prodigy discs today. They are made of a much more gummier plastic than I would have thought on a driver. D1 handled pretty well. D4 was the one I feel in love with. By far my longest drive! Good discs, let’s just see how they hold up after a few mishaps. Feel free to ask me about them.
How much do you like it? I just ordered one and read reviews and they said it was good but what plastic is it?
It appears the Michael never received your message. The plastic is Prodigy’s “Series 400” plastic, a blend which is both grippy and durable.
Love the 400 series plastic; very grippy and durable. Hardly a mark on my drivers(D3/D4) after a month of throwing here in rocky Arizona. The D4 is my farthest flying driver hands down.