2020 Signature Series Drops April 30 - Prodigy Disc

2020 Signature Series Drops April 30

2020 Signature Series Drops April 30

by Prodigy Disc April 23, 2020

The COVID-19 situation has been a strange one for us all, and it has unfortunately kept the top players off the course. While we all anxiously await the time they are entertaining us with their wildly impressive shots on coverage, there are still opportunities to cheer them on and support their efforts as they stay in shape to compete on Tour again. 

With that, we introduce the 2020 Signature Series, featuring our eight Core Team players and some sleek silhouettes on discs they personally chose. 
Check out the whole collection and support these awesome athletes!

AVAILABLE APRIL 30, 2020


Kevin Jones - F1 500 Plastic

The F1 was new to Kevin Jones’ bag in 2020, and it immediately found a home. He even put his signature on it. Kevin is a fan of throwing lasers down the fairway, and the F1 allows him to do just that. For strong arms like his, the overstable F1 has a straight flight with a reliable finish on the end for consistency and accuracy. Support Kevin Jones directly with one of his 2020 Signature Series F1s in 500 Plastic.


Matt Orum - M4 500 Plastic

Matty O has been around the block a few times, and the man knows smooth. He remains a tour staple thanks to his control and ability to precisely dissect course after course after course.  One of his latest tools is the M4, with its incredibly workable flight at any angle. His trademark high release is always clean and meshes beautifully with the silky smooth flight of the M4.  Support Matt Orum directly with one of his 2020 Signature Series M4s in 500 Plastic.


Catrina Allen - X3 500 Plastic

Catrina Allen brings one of the most versatile skill sets to the table. The former World Champ is a clinician off the tee, and she’s been giving lessons with the X3 since she first laid a hand on it. With its incredible glide and neutral flight, Cat crushes the X3 on a variety of lines that will leave you mesmerized. Support Catrina Allen directly with one of his 2020 Signature Series X3s in 500 Plastic.


Seppo Paju - PA-1 500 Plastic

Seppo Paju is a product of the dense woods and tight fairways of Finland, which demand both power and accuracy to conquer. The PA-1 is a disc Seppo leans on in that quest, providing the excellent control he needs while handling his elite power. The 2-time European Champion is known as one of the top disc throwers in the game, and the PA-1 is often in his hands. Support Seppo Paju directly with one of his 2020 Signature Series PA-1s in 500 Plastic.


Chris Dickerson - PA-3 300 Plastic

Chris Dickerson has become a man of many nicknames, but one thing is certain: he’s consistent. When you see him on a lead card taking his measured routine, a PA-3 in the bottom of the basket will quickly follow. A straight flyer with a mild finish, the PA-3 is a reliable putter for the reliable caliber of play that has vaulted Chris into the top ranks on Tour and back-to-back DGPT titles. Support Chris Dickerson directly with one of his 2020 Signature Series PA-3s in 300 Plastic.


Cameron Colglazier - PA-3 500 Plastic

Cameron Colglazier rises to the occasion at big events, and more often than not, you can find him toward the top of the leaderboard. That comes with a clean and consistent game that blends nicely with the PA-3. It remains as an excellent throwing putter with a straight flight and mild finish that couples nicely with Cameron’s deft touch to easily glides down the fairway and finds a nice landing spot near the pin. Support Cameron Colglazier directly with one of his 2020 Signature Series PA-3s in 500 Plastic.


Cale Leiviska - MX-3 500 Plastic

Cale Leiviska knows midranges. He’s been pureing buttery lines for more than 15 years, oftentimes putting his trust in a workhorse midrange like the MX-3. What made it one of the top releases of 2019 is its resistance to torque, impressive glide and dependable fade. It’s a great fit for Cale’s smooth release and midrange dominance on the fairways. Support Cale Leiviska directly with one of his 2020 Signature Series MX-3s in 500 Plastic.


Will Schusterick - H3 V2 500 Plastic

When the H3 V2 first released, we told you Will Schusterick found love at first throw, and their relationship has only blossomed since. As one of the sport’s best throwers, Will has given countless clinics, and with an H3 V2 in his hand, it’s time to take notes. It has kept a go-to spot in the 3-time US Champion’s bag with its great combination of speed, glide, and comfort in the hand. It has a stable to slightly overstable flight, allowing for incredible control at various release angles, including the long hyzerflips Will loves to throw. Support Will Schusterick directly with one of his 2020 Signature Series H3 V2s in 500 Plastic.



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