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Ok, so once in a while you throw a good putt, hit centre chains and it spits out..... well, what about all those times you throw an absolute dog of a putt, wrong side of the chains and not catching many links.... and IT DROPS IN?
To me, this is one of the beauties of the sport. Most baskets on the market today catch sufficiently if you give your putt a good chance, but from time to time there will be anomalies that will both work to your benefit or your detriment. Deal with it.
Discking, is the only difference the size and shape of the catch cage, or am I missing somthing?