Prodigy Discs Prodigy Disc D1 - Skyline Disc Golf
Prodigy Discs Prodigy Disc D1 - Skyline Disc Golf
Prodigy Discs Prodigy Disc D1 - Skyline Disc Golf
Prodigy Discs Prodigy Disc D1 - Skyline Disc Golf
Prodigy Discs Prodigy Disc D1 - Skyline Disc Golf
Prodigy Discs Prodigy Disc D1 - Skyline Disc Golf

Prodigy Disc D1

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Prodigy Disc D1

The Prodigy Disc D1 is a very fast, over stable driver designed for power throwers. This driver is good for all conditions and flies as well into the wind as it does with the wind. The consistent flight path of this disc makes it a favorite of disc golfers looking not only for a long flight but pinpoint accuracy. The flight path is similar regardless of the weight.

Flight Numbers

  • Speed: 13
  • Glide: 5
  • Turn: 0
  • Fade: 4

  • Plastics

    400 Plastic
    400 Plastic is a premium blend of material that is extremely durable. The unique blend of plastics feels as good as it looks and will be able to be broken in over time. This tour quality plastic gives the thrower impeccable grip, even when it is wet.

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    Nick McKenzie
    Great for sidearm drives.

    Before I snagged a Destroyer and my Flick, I had one of these for those overstable forehands that need a big skip to the right, or massive annhyzer flex shots that normally go about 325-350ft. I lost mine a while back in the river that runs through a popular course in my area called the Aviary. Probably would have gotten a new one ages ago, but then I realized that my arm speed was ready for a Destroyer... So the D1 got replaced, but it's still a fantastic disc. Just not beginner friendly by any means..

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    Nick McKenzie
    Great for sidearm drives.

    Before I snagged a Destroyer and my Flick, I had one of these for those overstable forehands that need a big skip to the right, or massive annhyzer flex shots that normally go about 325-350ft. I lost mine a while back in the river that runs through a popular course in my area called the Aviary. Probably would have gotten a new one ages ago, but then I realized that my arm speed was ready for a Destroyer... So the D1 got replaced, but it's still a fantastic disc. Just not beginner friendly by any means..

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