Paul Ulibarri and Catrina Allen posted top-15 National Tour finishes while fellow Core Team members Chris Dickerson, Will Schusterick and Ragna Bygde Lewis picked up wins.
Follow along as Will Schusterick and Dylan Holt play a casual round of PAR2 Disc Golf at Dupree Park in Woodstock, GA using Prodigy's 2018 PAR2 exclusive discs.
Catrina Allen’s fifth win of 2018 came at the May Flower Open, in Fountain Hills Ariz. The tournament was part of the annual Women’s Global Event. Jennifer McGibbon was also in a tight race during the WGE at the Knoxville, Tenn., installment.
Seppo Paju was off to a solid start in 2018 but knew his season could get even better. Paju took nearly a month off of tournament play after the Jonesboro Open in early April to train and hone his skills on the course.
Matt Orum isn’t scheduled to appear on tour until the summer but continues to rack up top-3 finishes in his first spring under Prodigy, while the father-son tandem of Billy Ray and Adam Osborn have proven a formidable force in the amateur ranks.
We are so excited to announce the release of our brand new Mobile and Practice Disc Golf Targets, as well as the Prodigy StrikeZone. Take these lightweight, yet durable targets with you anywhere to enjoy the game wherever you go!
Team Prodigy was on a mission last weekend, totalling 17 wins across five different divisions. Ragna Bygde Lewis has played three tournaments in 2018, and has won all three by an average margin of just over 11 strokes. At the Amateur Championships at Bowling Green in Bowling Green, Ky., the father-son duo of Billy Ray Osborn and Adam Osborn won the Amateur Masters 50+ and Recreational divisions respectively.
Georgia’s Matt Versola, Austin Lytle and Dylan Holt have done a lot of work outside of tournaments, and it’s paying dividends. Catrina Allen got her second A-Tier win of the year, and Dickerson comes back out on top after Jonesboro.
Chris Dickerson’s win streak ended at the Jonesboro Open, but Will Schusterick turned heads in his tour debut and Catrina Allen battled snowy conditions on the way to a top-5 finish.
Three A-Tiers took the professional spotlight last weekend, and Team Prodigy was well-represented.
Matt Orum’s A-Tier win was his first representing Prodigy and Chris Dickerson’s win streak is up to a dozen.
To kick off the Core Team Series in 2018, we’ve got red-hot, Chris Dickerson’s signature X3 Distance Driver. For this Core Team run, Chris’ X3 is being produced in beautifully vibrant, swirly 400G Plastic that will certainly make heads turn.
Catrina Allen got her first win of the year, while Chris Dickerson's streak continues and Paul Ulibarri picks up a win in Arizona.
After many summers on the baseball diamond and winters in the hockey rink, Noah Higgins decided to shift his focus to the disc golf course. The transition has been smooth for the 14-year-old native of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, and it hasn’t gone unnoticed.
Chris Dickerson's streak reached double digits, while teammates continued to post strong finishes across the country.
Several Prodigy players started their tour seasons strong in Vegas, while others stayed local and picked up decisive wins.
Team Prodigy will head into the touring season on a high note with several wins, including a couple of milestones.
Prodigy Disc’s H Series has undergone some minor changes that will have a major impact. Find out these discs have been revamped for upgraded performance and flight.
The reigning Finnish disc golf champion, Seppo Paju, and his siblings have made a sizeable investment in Prodigy Disc Inc. The new equity investment from the Pajus will allow Prodigy Disc to further develop new products and expand more rapidly.
Players aren’t the only ones making strides this offseason, as Team Prodigy has positioned itself for a strong 2018.
To round off 2017, the second instalment of Core Team Signature Series discs is here. Catrina Allen drives the series forward with her signature 400G Glimmer F7!