This disc is like throwing lawn darts. Point and shoot hyzers all day. The perfect approach disc and a great complement to the A3.
300 plastic is just the right amount of grippy, I love it!
The 300 A2 just became a staple in my bag. The 300 plastic is nice and grippy and likes to sit where it hits. The A2 has all the torque resistance one could ask for as well. This disc just feeds on headwinds and never lets me down. Plus getting an ace with one is a big plus!
I am loving this a2 for the winds I endure in Reno. It's something I know will come back 100% all the time.
I love the A2! This is the disc that made me want to try more prodigy molds. No matter the plastic, it starts out really overstable. I thought it would be similar stability to a harp, but it's more overstable early in the flight than a harp. With the 300 plastic it usually doesn't have a lot of ground play, which is great for sticking a shot on the green. If I want more of a skip, I can throw the 400 or 750 plastic.
As the disc beats in, you can throw the A2 on a slight anhyzer and have it ride straight for 75% of the flight before getting that left finish. When it's newer, it will fight out maybe 50% of the way through. That's why I keep my beat in 300 and a newer 400 in the bag at all times. They open up a lot of possibilities that I didn't have before.
I'm still developing a forehand, but I've seen the A2 easily handle the torque off a tee shot from a forehand dominant friend. For me, the A2 can be shaped for nice flex or hyzer forehand approach shots.
I like the A2, although it doesn’t fill the purpose I expected. I was hoping for a driving putter I could throw flat and get a bit of bite and the very end of the flight. Instead it seems the disc starts to fade as soon as it leaves the hand. So while it’s not great for Straight drives, it’s an excellent disc for spike hyzers, short flex shots, and occasional overhands.
The A2 is the most reliable overstable approach disc you can find. Very torque resistant, and has a reliable fade. The curvature of the rim fits nicely for a forehand approach, although it can be used for a backhand approach in some scenarios.