Prodigy Disc Stock Plastic Guide

Prodigy Discs offers a wide range of plastic options to cater to the needs and preferences of disc golf players. Each plastic type has its unique characteristics, providing different levels of grip, durability, and flexibility. Here's a breakdown of Prodigy Discs' plastics:

  1. 200 Plastic:
  • Versatile plastic suitable for entry-level and advanced/professional players.
  • Offers a unique feel, similar to 300 Plastic but with less grip.
  • Ideal for players who want to fine-tune their discs by breaking them in.
  1. 300 Plastic:
  • Developed for Putters and Midrange discs.
  • Provides optimum feel and grip.
  • Durable enough to withstand solid impact while breaking in over time.
  1. 300 Soft Plastic:
  • Designed based on popular feedback for a soft, flexible, and grippy plastic.
  • Less firm version of the 300 Plastic.
  • Offers durability, flexibility, and a grippy base for players who prefer a softer feel.
  1. 300 Firm:
  • Formerly known as 350G Plastic.
  • Firmer blend of the 300 Plastic.
  • Unique tacky feel and increased stiffness.
  • Retains grip even in wet conditions.
  • Breaks in perfectly over time.
  1. 350 Plastic:
  • Unique blend used in several different models.
  • Provides excellent glide and unique flight characteristics for each model.
  • Soft and grippy plastic that breaks in over time.
  • Offers great value for its exceptional feel and flight.
  1. 350G Plastic:
  • Firmer blend of the 350 Plastic.
  • Result of extensive research and development.
  • Unique tacky feel and increased stiffness.
  • Retains grip even in wet conditions.
  • Breaks in perfectly over time.
  1. 400 Plastic:
  • Premium blend known for its durability.
  • Unique blend of plastics offers a great feel and appearance.
  • Breaks in over time.
  • Provides impeccable grip, even in wet conditions.
  1. 400G Plastic:
  • Regular 400 Plastic infused with an additional resin.
  • Slightly different feel than the base 400 Plastic.
  • Increased durability and requires more time to break in.
  1. 500 Plastic:
  • Developed based on player feedback.
  • Stiffer and less gummy feel than 400 Plastic.
  • Balances flex and firmness, with a solid feeling rim.
  • Uniquely pearlescent finish.
  • Offers confident grip on the flight plate.
  1. 750 Plastic:
  • Similar grip and texture to the 400 series but with a firmer feel.
  • High-tech blend of premium resins for outstanding performance and predictability.
  • Extremely durable.
  1. 750G Plastic:
  • Most advanced and premium plastic from Prodigy Discs.
  • High-tech blend of premium resins for unparalleled performance and predictability.
  • Firmer and more durable than 750 Plastic.
  • Similar feel to 400G Plastic but with increased firmness and break-in time.
  1. Prodigy Air Plastic:
  • Based on the revolutionary 400 series base resin.
  • Modified for lighter weights (148g to 162g).
  • Provides spectacular flying characteristics.
  • Offers a beautiful appearance.
  • Great choice for beginners or slower arm speed players

Each plastic type from Prodigy Discs caters to different preferences and playing styles, allowing players to find the perfect disc for their needs.