• Prodigy Disc Golf PA3 Review
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    Prodigy PA3 Review

    One of our readers (@TBartExpress on Twitter) recently suggested that we test Prodigy’s PA-3 putter.  We haven’t tested much Prodigy in the past so we picked up a PA-3 to review and we’ve been pleased.  Pleased to the point that we wonder why we haven’t heard more buzz about this reliable putter.

  • MVP Particle
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    MVP Particle Review

    The 2017 MVP Circuit Putter arrives just in time to bring Joy for the holidays.  The MVP Particle is often compared to the Axiom Discs Envy.  They fly alike but the differences between two molds won’t require a microscope or a science degree to discover.

  • Discraft Challenger OS Review
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    Discraft Challenger OS Review

    Discraft’s Challenger OS is one of the best mold modifications I have thrown.  Some mold adjustments make the disc slightly longer or significantly change the stability, but the Challenger OS has just the right amount of added stability to conserve most of the original Challenger’s benefits while bulking it up.

  • Lightning Discs Rubber Putter Review
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    Lightning Rubber Putter Review

    Lightning Disc Golf is one of the few brands beside Vibram to offer a disc made of rubber.  This is the Rubber Putter and we recently acquired one to test.  Lightning often has a reputation of poor quality discs, but we decided to give them a fair shot and it turns out that Lightning’s Rubber Putter is actually a decent disc when used appropriately.

  • Discraft Ringer and RingerGT Review
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    Discraft Ringer and Ringer GT Review

    Discraft’s Ringer, originally released in Pro-D, has now been released in the adjusted Ringer GT mold available in Jawbreaker and Soft-X plastics.  We’ve been testing the Ringer for some time and Discraft just recently sent us a Ringer GT in both plastics to review.  Both molds left our ears ringing with confidence from the number of chain hits.