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Old 03-18-2018, 12:12 AM
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So I really like the ability to "shift" around the target. Everything is solid and has a loud beautiful chain crashing sound. Pro mode is tough we will see if it helps my putting over time. I have neighbors so I do miss the instep as with it's interfere chains it was a quiet basket at night time. Then I saw that the inner ring on the top of the instep is the same as the shift. So opened up the chain "S" hooks and now it's a shift Instep.
Does anyone know how these hold up outside? Seems like it's not meant for long lasting

weather endurance? Interested. Thanks.
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Old 03-30-2018, 10:58 AM
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Does anyone know how these hold up outside? Seems like it's not meant for long lasting

weather endurance? Interested. Thanks.


So this is basically a modified M14. I have a private course with a few insteps, a discatcher sport, the amazon.com "titan" blue top, M14, and a DD Recruit. All have been in place for the last 2 plus years in the elements all year in southern Indiana. The ONLY basket that hasn't shown rust or other deterioration is the M14. I've had it for about 4 years now and it still looks brand new. So just my anecdotal two cents, but I'd trust the Shift basket to fair well for long-term durability.

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Old 03-30-2018, 12:29 PM
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So this is basically a modified M14. I have a private course with a few insteps, a discatcher sport, the amazon.com "titan" blue top, M14, and a DD Recruit. All have been in place for the last 2 plus years in the elements all year in southern Indiana. The ONLY basket that hasn't shown rust or other deterioration is the M14. I've had it for about 4 years now and it still looks brand new. So just my anecdotal two cents, but I'd trust the Shift basket to fair well for long-term durability.

Folks like to knock M-14's, but I have one from the early 2000s that still looks and catches like

new! It's light weight and inexpensive and relatively compact for portability. For the money

spent, the M-14 catches fine to practice putting on. Interesting cross section of baskets you

have, and their weather durability. Thanks for the info on the mach shift.

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