Weight - Color (Stamp): 173g - Blue (White) Plastic: 500 Prodigy Disc A2
Weight - Color (Stamp): 174g - Dark Red (Bronze) Plastic: 500 Prodigy Disc A2

Prodigy Disc A2

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Prodigy Disc A2

The Prodigy Disc A2 is an overstable utility disc that fills the gap between midranges and putters. The A2 is perfect for power throwers who want to avoid the possibility of their shot turning over. The disc is consistent and reliable in all wind conditions and perfect for short, trick shots as well as high wind approach shots. The A2 is a beadless cousin to the A1 and will fly just slightly less stable than the A1. You can expect and extra 30 to 40 feet of glide than the A1.

Flight Numbers
  • Speed: 4
  • Glide: 4
  • Turn: 0
  • Fade: 3


300 Spectrum Plastic
300 Plastic is a special blend of materials that is durable enough to take solid impact but has the ability to be broken in over time. Our 300 Plastic has been developed for optimum feel and grip for Putters and Midrange discs.

Prodigy Spectrum Line discs feature our proprietary processing technique to produce a myriad of beautiful color combinations and patterns; each unique, and every disc more amazing than the last.

750 Plastic
750 Plastic is similar in grip and texture to our 400 series but with a firmer feel. This high-tech blend of premium resins will provide outstanding performance and predictability. This plastic is extremely durable.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
750 a2

This was literally the only 750 a2 I could find anywhere after losing my in the water. Throws perfect. Just like my last a2. Really beefy midrange with very flat top that feels perfect for forehands even at full power. Wind has no influence on a2's due to stability. Only real complaint is that the one I got (last one I could find anywhere on internet) has some weird indentations on the rim at evenly spaced intervals. Looks like one of those machine games that you operate a claw to try to pick up a stuffed animal or something else as a prize, picked it up while cooling off in the manufacturing process. There are about 12-15 shallow depressions in the rim about the size of a pinky fingernail or so at one or two inch intervals evenly spaced around the entire rim. Disc still feels great in the hand and flies perfectly. Appears to be totally cosmetic. So no big deal, just weird. Just glad I could find another old faithful 750 a2. First disc from disc golf bros and would buy again.

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