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Old 01-24-2021, 12:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Three Putt View Post
I've seen a lot of dirt tee courses with a lot of traffic. I've never seen a course with substandard baskets that got any decent amount of play.
I have but then that course was near Aberdeen at Lake Richmond State Park that was also name of the course just adding Disc Golf Course after, they had each of the 18 holes out at Lake Richmond having a different brands of baskets over time, the orignal Innova baskets from 1998 got rusty chains not to mention graffiti and stickers all over the baskets, they did fix the good ones that were left in 2005-2006 and still up with new chain and putting Discraft stickers on them for some odd reason but still had a few others were Mach II with number circles added to them and older Mach III while one or two were old Chainstar baskets and a number were Lighting DB-5 Baskets and the then Lighting sleeve with a second set of chains added to the inner ring using the spot where the ring and the other line meet for a second fixed chain set. Then one was odd, from the brand that changed the Liberty basket to having different colors and the alien on the top number part.
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Old 01-24-2021, 09:46 PM
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Flat or solid tee pads of some sort make playing so much better overall... but skanky baskets aren't super fun either....
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Old 01-25-2021, 09:52 AM
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Tee pads and it's not even close. I'd easily take awesome tee pads and target/posts over muddy ruts and proper baskets.

Shout out to CSUMB, best tee pads I've thrown from yet!
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