Presents: Prodigy PAR2 Challange! 3/8/15

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Presents: Prodigy PAR2 Challange! 3/8/15

Post by Empire Discs » Thu Jan 29, 2015 10:52 am

Registration is Live!
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Registered: Disc choice

1. Russ T. Pa1
2. Kevin N. Pa 4
3. Harry L. Pa1
4. Tina G. Pa 4
5. Kat C. Pa 4
6. Travis B. Pa1
7. Josh W. Pa1
8. Earl S. Pa 1
9. Joe G Pa1
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Re: Presents: Prodigy PAR2 Challange! 3/8/15

Post by Empire Discs » Thu Jan 29, 2015 10:00 pm

Registration is live until February 24, 2015

Paypal to: empirestatediscgolf@gmail.com use the friends/ family method and be sure to include your name and disc choice

Checks and money orders: Empire State Disc Golf PO Box 72 Coeymans, NY 12045

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Post by Joe Gas » Fri Jan 30, 2015 12:35 pm

Can you start a pre reg list so we know how full it is, and is there a limit for player #? Thanks!
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Post by Empire Discs » Fri Jan 30, 2015 12:51 pm

No problem! There is no limit to the number of players. The more players however, the more killer the prize packs will be. Since this is a beginner friendly tournament, I am going to have 3 divisions. Men's, women's, and people who have never played before. Please spread the good word. I'd be also willing to make a juniors division if needs be. I have also started collecting prizes and donations to have a throw off to hopefully make some more cash money for the work efforts at stonykill. Please let me know if you have any leads. There will be more posts to come...

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Post by Joe Gas » Fri Jan 30, 2015 1:05 pm

Empire Discs wrote: I have also started collecting prizes and donations to have a throw off to hopefully make some more cash money for the work efforts at stonykill. Please let me know if you have any leads. There will be more posts to come...


Have you contacted Chatham Brewery yet or some of the other local places downtown? (Peint o GRWR, sp?) I think Gene and Nate and probably Travis and the other local guys have some connections there. Chatham seems to be pretty cool with their locals...
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Re: Presents: Prodigy PAR2 Challange! 3/8/15

Post by MichiganJeff » Fri Jan 30, 2015 1:10 pm

Can anyone give me the lo down on the PA1 & PA4 ?
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Post by Lil_Katc » Fri Jan 30, 2015 1:11 pm

PA1 is over stable putter, PA4 is under stable I use it for longer putting shots.
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Re: Presents: Prodigy PAR2 Challange! 3/8/15

Post by Empire Discs » Fri Jan 30, 2015 1:17 pm

The lip and profile of the two discs are slightly different. Pa1 is very stable for a putter and has a rounded lip. Pa4 has a bit of a flat outer edge and can hold an very nice anhyzer along with being flipped over on power shots. However they are going to be in Prodigy's 750 series plastic which is very tough and I have only talked to people who have thrown the putters. Consensus is, they have a little more glide and a little more stability than their 400 series relatives. In my opinion, both are great but if you want to make the chains rattle, pa1 all the way! Pa4 is a great beginner discs though.

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Re: Presents: Prodigy PAR2 Challange! 3/8/15

Post by kenjiac » Fri Jan 30, 2015 3:51 pm

MichiganJeff wrote:Can anyone give me the lo down on the PA1 & PA4 ?


I have a pa1 from my dgplanet membership i got a month ago. Remind me sunday ill let you check it out.
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Re: Presents: Prodigy PAR2 Challange! 3/8/15

Post by Joe Gas » Sat Jan 31, 2015 1:00 am

I throw my pa4 off the tee for 200+ foot hyzer flips that finish right, and I putt with my pa1 and also throw it off the tee for 200 + foot hyzer spikes or throw it faSt and strong for straight shots that finish hard left
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