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Old 12-07-2017, 06:21 PM
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I had a Mach 2 in the back yard for a few months and I have 18xMach 5s at the local course. I like the 5 much better. I plan on purchasing a Mach Lite for Xmas. Still waiting to try to Mach X and Shift.
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Old 12-07-2017, 08:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Muddyboots View Post
Mayhap. I am a fan of the Mach 3. I want a target that catches good putts consistently, and doesn't monkey around and catch crappy ones. Along with a tasteful silouhette, the Mach 3 does this. I will say that the newer cross chain offerings have less instances where a firm putt hits the center pole and bounces back, but in a way, if you include "weighting" your putt appropriately, this speaks to my original point of catching good putts consistently. This is completely subjective and a matter of my opinion that others will disagree with, but so be it.
Mach IIIs and Discatchers over everything else, for me.

Damn whippersnappers and their cross-chain abominations.
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Old 12-07-2017, 08:58 PM
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Full disclosure, I own a Prodigy T1 and a Mach X. They are both great baskets. My comments about the Mach 3 are a sign of my growing curmudgeonly ways. A purists target, if you will.....

also, Casey, wtf?

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