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Golf Discs :: Drivers :: D3 400-G Series
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D3 400-G Series

D3 400-G Series



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List Price:
$21.99
Our Price:
$18.99
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The D3 is currently available in the following plastics...
D3 400 Air Series ($16.99)
D3 400-G Series ($18.99)
Diameter: 21.0 cm
Wing Width: 2.3 cm
Rim Depth: 1.2 cm
Max Weight: 174.3 g
Approved: 1/1/2013
Speed 12 / Glide 5 / Turn -1 / Fade 2
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The D3 is stable driver designed for maximum distance. The D3 has the perfect stability to be your go to controlled distance driver, capable of holding long straight shots and hyzers. For high powered players the D3 will flip up and glide forward for maxiumum flight.

Prodigy Disc, launched in 2013 by a team of professional disc golf World Champions, has quickly established itself as a "players" company. The Prodigy team aims to create quality and professional discs for players of all skill levels to enjoy.

The 400-G Series is a premium blend of material that is extremely durable and has a little more tactile flex than 400-S. The unique blend of plastics feels as good as it looks and will be able to be broken in over time. This tour quality plastic gives the thrower better grip even when it is wet.

Features:

  • Prodigy 400-G Series plastic
  • Features stock 400-G stamp
  • Initial Stability:
    Overstability with advanced/expert skill
    0
    Newer players may experience up to 4x additional overstability