500 Plastic brings a nice feel to the A2, which many players can lean heavily on as their consistently overstable approach disc. Check it out with the classic Varsity stamp.
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The Prodigy Disc A2 is an overstable utility disc that fills the gap between midranges and putters. The A2 is perfect for power throwers who want to avoid the possibility of their shot turning over. The disc is consistent and reliable in all wind conditions and perfect for short, trick shots as well as high wind approach shots. The A2 is a beadless cousin to the A1 and will fly just slightly less stable than the A1. You can expect and extra 30 to 40 feet of glide than the A1.
500 Plastic has been in development for quite some time, formulated and based on carefully considered player feedback. It has a stiffer, less gummy feel than 400 Plastic. This provides an extremely confident grip on the flight plate, balancing just the right amount of flex and firmness, with a very solid feeling rim that we believe disc golfers are going to love. 500 Plastic has a uniquely pearlescent finish, unlike anything else in the Prodigy Disc plastic line.
- Diameter: 21.0cm
- Height: 2.0cm
- Rim Depth: 1.3cm
- Rim Width: 1.4cm
- Min Weight: 170g
- Max Weight: 174g
- Stability: Overstable
Absolutely love this disc! Can explain the feeling of this disc and so many ways to use it plus it just finds the chain on many up shots!
Love this thing. You want a disc to go hyzer to hyzer, then to spike hyzer... this will do the trick. The 500 plastic feels great and the varsity stamp is sick. Staple OS approach disc in my bag,
Just switched my bag over to Prodigy and the A2 quickly became my work horse! A must have in the bag.
This is the first prodigy disc I’ve owned. I’ve used Aviar X3 and zones as flick approaches and I could never fully count on being accurate. I love the more shallow rim on the A2 and it’s my new favorite and the most reliable disc in my bag.
The A2 puts my zone to shame in regards to overstability. Even off the tee I struggle to get it to flat.
It’s killer for long power putter shots to hold a line or short distance hard left (rhbh) ending disc. Gonna get a second as a back up. Not beginner friendly.