Old 03-04-2019, 09:06 AM
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Default Pin Placement End Covers.

Ive used pvc plugs or sprinkler valve covers to protect the basket sleeves from getting dirt, rocks etc. in them. My question would be, is there another alternative to cover the ends?

I'm thinking of a plastic cap with a tab so so when you have the basket installed in that placement the cover is just swung out but still attacked via the lock or bolt or whatever you're using to lock down the basket.
The reason I'm asking is that on one of my courses a few holes are in a flood plane and water/silt would get down into the alternate pins if they are exposed. Valve covers or pvc caps would keep rocks and sticks out but not the fine silt/sand.
I swear I've seen these covers on a course I played but I cant remember where.
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Old 03-04-2019, 10:18 AM
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There's those sprinkler boxes, but they work much better if they're installed when the concrete is still wet.
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