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These pits at Chennault Park Original.
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Old 08-12-2019, 10:12 AM
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This is one of the original baskets at Jumonville Glen before they replaced them with Disc Nation Liberty baskets.



This old fellow had seen better days when I played at Embshoff Woods. Yes, the tray was sitting on the ground. This was in 2012.



I took this one of Idlewild #13 while on the same trip as the Embshoff Woods pic above.



One of Timberlink's Fly 18 Designer Pro bakets. RIP.


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Old 08-12-2019, 10:35 AM
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The old homemade Bulldog Bayou baskets were fun, they had like oil drum pieces and bike tires as parts and mainly old area rugs as pads too.

The ones a Hornings Hideout with the truck tire bottoms are interesting too. Ring like a bell when you miss low.

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Old 08-12-2019, 04:15 PM
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This is one of the original baskets at Jumonville Glen before they replaced them with Disc Nation Liberty baskets.



This old fellow had seen better days when I played at Embshoff Woods. Yes, the tray was sitting on the ground. This was in 2012.



I took this one of Idlewild #13 while on the same trip as the Embshoff Woods pic above.



One of Timberlink's Fly 18 Designer Pro bakets. RIP.

I remember another course I played that had the top basket, I forgot the course becuse it was so poorly designed for the holes, one of the holes you had to layup or end up if you missed long at all were 100% ending up in the road. I found a Drone on that course in Pro D but that disc plastic was still made for that mold till the end of that year.

That Idewild Basket it looks like an honest attempt at an early Marksman type basket, but after the Gateway model became hard to find.

The Fly 18 was later copied by Quest 18 but they used a one molded PVC for the 3 parts. Those do not last a winter, an aunt who used to play had it in her front yard in western NY.

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^That should be Quest AT in the above post, the basket was a Quest 18. So Quest AT ripped off a odd basket design almost identical even with part of the name for basket.
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Old 08-12-2019, 04:29 PM
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These pits at Chennault Park Original.
Most of those should have a metal pole or the like, I have played a course in California that on the board for the course was some history for the course and they had almost the same but the inner part was a concrete over metal pole thing like found in some parking lots but unpainted. They had old style Innova Discater Pro models for the modern baskets.
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Old 08-12-2019, 04:41 PM
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[QUOTE=Jimb;3483871]This is one of the original baskets at Jumonville Glen before they replaced them with Disc Nation Liberty baskets.



Where is Jumonville Glen? I may have played there with those exact old baskets sometime in the 2000's. If that is in the Finger Lakes of NY then yes I played there, however the baskets when I played most had wood for the top middle post part, only a few did not.
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Old 08-12-2019, 09:32 PM
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This is one of the original baskets at Jumonville Glen before they replaced them with Disc Nation Liberty baskets.



Where is Jumonville Glen? I may have played there with those exact old baskets sometime in the 2000's. If that is in the Finger Lakes of NY then yes I played there, however the baskets when I played most had wood for the top middle post part, only a few did not.
Jumonville Glen is in PA, just outside of Uniontown, about an hour East of Pittsburgh.

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Old 08-12-2019, 10:26 PM
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Lake Orient Recreation and Greenfield Lake in Iowa.
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Old 08-12-2019, 11:07 PM
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Homemade baskets in Thompson, IA and the cones are at the KOA Campground in Owatonna, MN
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