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Old 10-16-2017, 05:55 PM
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How about this (for winter CTPs). Tie a long string to the base of the basket pole. Have something you can move up and down on the string. When there is a good throw, use the string to measure how far away you are. If you beat the previous best, mark you name on the provided card that is also attached to the string.

Now someone engineer that please!
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Old 10-16-2017, 06:01 PM
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How about this (for winter CTPs). Tie a long string to the base of the basket pole. Have something you can move up and down on the string. When there is a good throw, use the string to measure how far away you are. If you beat the previous best, mark you name on the provided card that is also attached to the string.

Now someone engineer that please!
I kind of like that. Players could just sharpie the string to mark the distance. Need to use a string that doesn't stretch very much.
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Old 10-16-2017, 06:06 PM
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How about this (for winter CTPs). Tie a long string to the base of the basket pole. Have something you can move up and down on the string. When there is a good throw, use the string to measure how far away you are. If you beat the previous best, mark you name on the provided card that is also attached to the string.

Now someone engineer that please!
A large, flat washer on the string coupled with some form of hi viz marking would be my choice. I like to see what I need to beat from the tee, if possible.
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