The Prodigy X1 is an incredibly overstable D-series prodigy distance driver. The X1 was only made available ONLY in Prodigy’s 750 series plastic.
The X1 has a substantially thinner profile than other D-Series Prodigy Drivers. This disc is nearly half a centimeter shorter than the D1 standing just 1.5cm tall. The X1 has the same 2.3cm wing length of all the other Prodigy distance drivers.
This Disc golf disc has been out of stock for most retailers for a very long time.
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The new Latitude 64 Stiletto is said to be the most overstable Latitude 64 disc that will ever be made. It’s initial flight ratings indicate a turn of positive 1, and a fade of 6! Designed to help pros in the windiest of conditions, this disc eats wind for breakfast. If the Trident and XXX aren’t overstable enough for you, try out the Stiletto. This is a much faster disk, and according to Latitude 64, “will slice through anything”.
This is an extra overstable version of the popular Discraft Nuke, and is made for the players with powerful arms in mind. offering the same 2.5cm thick rim as The Nuke but finishes it’s flight with a sharp overstable fade every single time.
Players who throw discs this hard are going to want them to maintain their initial flight path. The Nuke OS is available in the hard, ultra-durable Elite-Z plastic.
The Quasar is the fastest and most overstable driver Millennium makes. This disc is very thin (1.6cm height) and has an ultra wide rim (2.5cm). The Quasar is a great choice for powerful disc golfers throwing backhand or forehand shots. While the Quasar is best suited for experienced players in its normal plastics, this disc is suited for intermediate players when it is in it’s Zero G plastic. This disc is also available in the highly durable “stardust” Quantum plastic.
The Giant is a great overstable distance driver. This disc is fast and can handle even the strongest of ‘Giant’ shots. It is good for controlled curving and fade shots, flicks, and it will battle strong headwinds.