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Old 12-01-2017, 04:47 PM
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After very little research on my part I decided to simply ask, did dga really make all machs, I-X? Or did they skip around? Is there like a "history of the Mach" article somewhere with pictures for me to geek out on?
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Old 12-01-2017, 05:06 PM
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I thought it was I - V, then X.
I very well could be wrong.
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I-III, then V, then X. may have been a 1.5 or 2.5 in there as well.

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One must not forget the Mach 0. Release date was supposed to be April 1, 2016. Haven’t seen any courses with these targets yet

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Ah, a basket for those who think putting should be more difficult.

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It's a tone pole, but you don't have to lean down to the ground.

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I thought it was I - V, then X.
I very well could be wrong.
That is correct though they had the Mach I then Mach I, II simply a Mach I with an extra set of chains inside, then a Mach II with chains the way you see them now in either late 1980's or early 1990's.

Had a Hendrick Pole hole a pole with a red line below it before the Mach Series.
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I-III, then V, then X. may have been a 1.5 or 2.5 in there as well.
Was a 1.5 or a Mach II, I style as I like to call it. I played a course that has these old Mach II, I style on it in Delaware that Ed Hendrick designed the original course himself. I said so above. They were out till either late 1980's or early 1990's.
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It's a tone pole, but you don't have to lean down to the ground.
Do brands still make those or did they go out of production with the Baskets becoming the PDGA rule?
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I was really hoping for 10 different versions. Would've been interesting to see that many steps in basket evolution.
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