Matty O has found a go-to driver in the 750G D1 thanks to its fast speed, consistency and reliability. Summers get hot and humid in South Alabama, too, so the 750G plastic provides durability and a sure grip in the most extreme conditions.
It was tight at the top for both Open Men and Open Women at the Jonesboro Open, the latest Disc Golf Pro Tour event in Arkansas. For Catrina Allen, it was down to the wire as the champion was decided on the last hole. In Open Men, Kevin Jones’ placed himself squarely in the mix from the start, and Chris Dickerson tied the hot score in the second round to join Jones on the final round lead card.
Chris Dickerson tuned up for this weekend’s Jonesboro Open with a win seven stroke win at The Iron Pig. He totaled a 21-under par 95 over two rounds at the Harriman, Tenn., event. Ragna Bygde snagged her second win in as many tournaments at the Furious Squirrel in Albion, Mich. Bygde showed little rust for her first event since February, posting the hot score in both rounds.
The Practice Bag V2 is one of the most unique disc golf bags on the market, giving players a great option to store and transport discs for any occasion. On this upgraded version, we’ve added new features to take an already amazing bag to the next level.
Kevin Jones returned to his home state of Arkansas after the West Coast swing, where he picked up a nine stroke win at the 5th Annual Clash at the Dam in Van Buren. Photo by Ty Browning
Whether it’s a light round at your local course or a weekend hike, the BP-3 has been an incredibly versatile bag at an unbeatable price point. Now, the Prodigy Disc BP-3 V2 continues to set the bar for lightweight and compact disc golf bags.
Cameron Colglazier felt right at home in Mobile, Ala., this weekend, winning the 26th Annual City of Mobile Championship. Catrina Allen finished off a Texas two-step in dominant fashion at The Open at Belton.
There was no question Catrina Allen would pick up her first signature win of 2019 sooner rather than later. It was only a matter of when. Allen turned in a masterful performance at the Waco Annual Charity Open in Texas. Seppo Paju also finished with a flourish, as his bogey-free 14-under 53 moved him into a third place tie.
Prodigy Disc is excited to announce a new partnership with the 2019 Next Generation Tour.
Chris Dickerson picked up his second win in a row and sixth of the season at the Creekside Open 2019 in Archdale, N.C. Kevin Jones took his first win with Prodigy, and Will Schusterick also secured his first win of the year.
Cale Leiviska made a final round push at the Memorial Championship in Scottsdale, Ariz., to lock down a top-15 finish. Catrina Allen also made a move in the final round, posting a 4-under 56 to vault three spots into a fourth place tie in Open Women.
Catrina Allen was in contention at the Las Vegas Challenge, the season’s first National Tour, all weekend long and made one last push in the final round, ultimately having to settle for a second-place finish after a playoff. In Open Men, tour veteran Cale Leiviska and Prodigy newcomer Kevin Jones surged in the final round to garner top-5 finishes.
Cale Leiviska started his 2019 season with a win at the Fade Station Open in Albuquerque, N.M., a repeat of last year. Nicholas Masters grabbed an early A-Tier win in the Tampa, Fla., area at the The 2019 Gulf Coast Charity Open.
Available February 21. 2019. If you lean on the D1 to bomb down the fairway with pinpoint accuracy in any condition, get ready to go a step further.
We are extremely excited to welcome Kevin Jones to the Prodigy family this season, and you can share in the excitement with the release of Kevin’s first signature discs!
While many pros shake the offseason rust and get back in the swing of tournaments, Chris Dickerson is piling up another win streak. Ragna Bygde got her first win of the year at the Cracked Plastic Classic, in Climax, Mich., with a 3-over par 147.
Last year’s trip to Savannah, Ga., yielded Chris Dickerson’s first of 32 wins in 2018. How many wins he will rack up in 2019 remains to be seen, but the Savannah Open has again provided a viable springboard. Cameron Colglazier nabbed a six stroke win at the Southside Winter Slam, a Southern Nationals event.
Cameron Colglazier and Cale Leiviska turned in dominant performances over the last two weekends. Colglazier played in Mobile, Ala., last weekend for the Azalea City Classic, where he picked up a six stroke win. Leiviska skipped out on the shopping, instead grabbing his fifth consecutive win and 12th of the year Nov. 23.
Dan Hastings is on a late season tear. The North Carolina pro has now won four tournaments in a row and seven of his last eight. Chris Dickerson was also in North Carolina last weekend to collect his 28th win of the year, and Sam Lee has been no stranger to the podium himself, taking his 18th win of 2018 in Kentucky.
With reasonable temperatures still looming down south, Chris Dickerson isn’t winding his season down yet. Dickerson took to Harriman, Tenn., where he collected his 27th win of the year at The Iron Pig. Dan Hastings’ season has also stayed hot in North Carolina, as he picked up his third win in a row and sixth in his last seven starts.
Liberty University's men's championship flight separated itself from the rest of the 22-team field at Saturday's SouthEastern Collegiate Open in Appling, Ga., by posting the low scores in both rounds of doubles play and one round of singles to emerge as team champions.
Catrina Allen has looked right at home in Oklahoma. A week after picking up an 18 stroke win at the Oklahoma Open in Tulsa, the Minnesota-native posted a 17 stroke win at the 5th Annual Buffalo Run in McAlester. Cameron Colglazier has greeted fall and all of the seasonal changes that come with it by winning his last three tournaments.
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