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What is the best basket available for a permanent course, not factoring in cost? What is the most durable?

Looking at baskets for a course in an urban park where vandalism may be an issue and need the heaviest duty baskets possible....

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I'd go with chainstar, it sounds better than a disc-atcher or a mach too. They are galvanized, very sturdy. No room for writing on them with spray paint or sharpies, etc.
Titans catch better than anything else I have seen and are made to be more durable than others.
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CHAINSTAR!
Installed them at Reed Canal Park, South Daytona, Florida.
They seem to catch everything!
what are the different price ranges for the Titan and the Chainstar, I sent Dave an email for pricing on nine Titans, no response at all
also, any contact info on the Chainstars?
I have a Chainstar, Holsten, and a Discatcher Sport. I would say that the best catching of the three is the Chainstar. The Hosten is the prettiest, and the DcatcherSport is very good with inner chains added (the best basket for the price).

I love the Titan baskets that I have played on. Very good catching baskets, and well made. I'm sure they are worth the price.

Discatcher Pro baskets are VERY nice. DGA baskets are great, and "classic".

I don't think you can go wrong with any of the pro baskets. Titan, Mach V, Chainstar and Discatcher are all very well made, and will last you a lifetime.

Titan has still not been submitted for PDGA approval.

I'd go Mach V with custom color powder coating and add optional number plate.
I do have a Mach V with custom color powder coating and optional number plate !! It's Candy Apple Blue !! Looks like it should be in a Auto show !!

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