Prodigy Signature Series Seppo Paju BP-3 V3 Backpack Disc Golf Bag

Prodigy Signature Series Seppo Paju BP-3 V3 Backpack Disc Golf Bag

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Product Information

Now in its third iteration, the Prodigy Disc BP-3 is back like you’ve never seen it before. The BP-3 V3 comes in our Nylon Ripstop Fabric, making it scratch, tear, and water resistant, while the taped zipper seams and waterproof bottom panel remain for extra protection. Not only is the material more durable, but it is also lightweight, which is a great addition to this smaller, more compact bag option.

We have added a front putter pocket to allow easier access to your main putters and free up the top pocket for additional discs or other necessities. There is also a carabiner clip featured for you to be able to clip a towel on. The BP-3 32 holds up to 17 discs in its main compartment and additional discs can go in the deep top pocket. Additional features include the adjustable 32 oz bottle holder, and two side zipper pockets for valuables along with improved zipper pulls. This is a versatile bag for beginners or more avid, professional players looking for a smaller, more compact option at a great price.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
Jon Jeremy
Winter putter

I love Pa3’s and use the 300 soft in the winter. They are perfect.

Jon Jeremy
Great thrower and wind putter

I putt with pa3’s and use is when the wind is an issue. They are great off the tee too.

Keven Smith
Great disc

My favorite throwing putter handsdown! Great glide and easy distance. A must have in the woods!

Nathan Walski
Great putters

I've been using 300 PA3 putters for my putting putter and they have been best that I have used. They're very comfortable in the hand and are great for any condition. I highly recommend them for any skill level

Adam Velez
Great deal for practice!

I got 4 of these as practice discs, and they do the trick quite nicely. The decks all have a very slight warp, but they still fly pretty true, so they're perfect for the short-range putting practice I got them for. Their low cost is also handy for the occasional danger shot when my odds of losing a disc are higher than normal, especially when the stakes are really low. So, having a few "expendables" that still fly reasonably well is another bonus.

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