Another thread about the "Weirdest putt ever" made me think of this. Any of you ever encounter a target that seemed to be Teflon coated and you just could not make a disc stick? I had one of these yesterday.
My approach shot was around 50 feet out, going for par, and my Challenger ricochets off the top of the chain ring and keeps right on going about 25' straight out behind the target.
Second putt skims across the outside edge of the basket, just brushing the chains, hits the ground on edge
and proceeds to role down hill about 20 feet from the target.
Putting for three now (and a double Bogie) I smack the side of the chain ring dead center and the disc falls striking the rim of the basket and tumbles out onto the ground below the basket.
p.s.; I actually made the drop in on my first attempt... but I was sweating it.