If you're looking for a putter with a little finish on the green or want a putter that works into a beautifully straight flyer off the tee, these PA-2s in 300 Spectrum will look pretty while they get the job done.
Stamp color may vary. Shade of disc color may vary.
- FLIGHT CHART
The Prodigy Disc PA-2 Putt & Approach disc is designed for accurate, stable to overstable flight in all wind conditions. The consistent flight path of this disc makes it extremely reliable whether you're throwing off the tee, approaching the pin, or putting at the chains.
300 Plastic is a special blend of materials that is durable enough to take solid impact but has the ability to be broken in over time. Our 300 Plastic has been developed for optimum feel and grip for Putters and Midrange discs.
- Diameter: 21.1cm
- Height: 1.9cm
- Rim Depth: 1.4cm
- Rim Width: 1.0cm
- Min Weight: 170g
- Max Weight: 174g
- Stability: Slightly Overstable
I first bought a PA-3 and really like it as a inside the circle putter and a driving putter. Then bought a PA-1 and a PA-4. Instantly loved the PA-1 as a driving putter (any wind condition). The PA-4 was a great outside the circle putter and turnover driving putter. So I had to get a PA-2 to complete the set. This has become my go to windy condition putter. Prodigy has the best putter line up in the game IMO.!
When I first got my putter, I REALLY wasn't a fan of the random colored stamp I got. But when I started using the pa-2 gameday, I realized two things. One, it had a reliable and predictable flight. No matter if I missed or not (which I tend to miss a bunch due to my lack of putting skills), it always soared in the same direction that I intended it to. Two, when sidearm throwing this disc, you'll have a laser that will have at least an 80% chance of getting into the basket when you are like 40-80 feet away from it. So all in all, this disc has some SERIOUS potential, and it is totally underrated!!! Next time Prodigy, give me a cool looking random stamp!!!
The PA-2 is a great reliable putter I use it for most straight throws that are under 200ft and it always goes where I want it to