In what Catrina Allen has called a rollercoaster season, an 8-stroke win to go back-to-back at The Ed Headrick Disc Golf Hall of Fame Classic is certainly a high point. Cale Leiviska went back-back-to-back in over the weekend.
After eager anticipation and our Tournament Team players modeling them out on the course, we are thrilled to release our brand new BP-1 V2 to the public! The BP-1 V2 is the latest innovation in the Prodigy bag lineup and has significant upgrades designed to offer lightweight, professional performance. Both the BP-1 V2 and BP-2 have new, modern colors.
Competitors descended upon Winthrop Gold for the United States Disc Golf Championship in its 20th year. There, Chris Dickerson had a top-10 finish while Paul Ulibarri, Seppo Paju and Matt Orum finished inside the top-20.
We thought United States Disc Golf Championship week was a great time to announce our next Core Team Series release. Three-time USDGC Champion, Will Schusterick, found love at first throw with the H3 V2 and is sure players of all skill levels will too once they grab one in our firm, durable, and grippy 750 plastic.
The Core Team put its talent on display last weekend with four members taking home wins—two of which came in A-Tiers.
We're excited today to roll out the newest update to our popular, re-designed H Series Hybrid Drivers, the H2 V2. The H2 V2 provides very controllable distance with a predictable fade.
Two courses at Burchfield Park in Lansing, Mich., played host the the United States Women’s Disc Golf Championships last weekend, where Vanessa Van Dyken and Catrina Allen posted top-5 finishes.
With a short turnaround after the World Championships, Paul Ulibarri and Seppo Paju kept their great play going at the Delaware Disc Golf Challenge. Chris Dickerson headed back South to Tennessee and continued to dominate his home state with a win at the Morristown Open.
Weekend Roundup: Ulibarri Leads Six Prodigy Players Atop MPO Leaderboard, Allen Fights Back to Sixth in FPO at World Championships
On the PDGA’s biggest stage, Team Prodigy answered the call. Six players claimed top-12 spots in Open Men, while Catrina Allen jumped five spots in the last round to take sixth in Open Women at the PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships.