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I have looked and cannot find much in terms of reviews or comparisons when it comes to the Ching Chainmaster baskets...Anyone here with experience or knowledge to help me pick a basket for my yard?

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I have a ching skillshot now made by innova. I love this basket. Its smaller than the normal basket at the course so I know if I can hit this basket I know I can hit the ones at the course. It great!
I just had a Ching Chainmaster shipped to my home last Friday. Set it up ASAP in the backyard and have been having fun with it nonstop.
Though I have only had it for a few days, I sure love it. For the price, you get a lot...sturdy, 2 sets of chains, solid base, powder coated. I do think it is the biggest bang for the buck.
No complaints here.

I have these Baskets and have had absolutely no problems whatsoever !!! DGA Rules !!!!

I liked those as well and wish I had the funds to have purchased one. Going with the Ching Chainmaster saved me about $110.00. Mind you, I really would like a wheel on my basket too. Would make it that much more portable, but at 36lbs. the Chainmaster is not so bad.
Maybe someday, I will get me a second basket - when the wife isn't paying attention to the checking account - like the DGA.
Thanks for the replies...
I just got a dga m-14, $140 free shipping, went to lowes and got 7 more chains and 14 S hooks cost about $ 25 more, but it now has 21 chains, catches like a dream. Breaks down in less than 5 minutes, fits in the trunk of my little car.
I have a skill shot and a discatcher sport. I did consider the ching but it was a lol more then the sport and I wasn't comfortable with the plastic swedge that's soppose to prevent leaning. I also figured that I could add chains(though I don't think it needs it) to the sport and then it have more then the ching. The band on the top is nice on the ching. My skill shot sat outside for too long and now, though still useable, it's not easily portable.
I have a Innove discatcher traveler, and its an awesome basket only weighs 12 pounds and you can take it anywhere...
Anybody here have problems with the plastic swedge...seems odd to not go all metal.

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