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I am developing a mini target that is in the ground. It has chains and a flag pole. The plan is to be able to use creative landscaping for the green. Players should be able to throw it in from the air or roll it or slide the disc into the target. My proto type works. Is the sport ready for targets like this? Scores will go up. An adjustment will have to be made as to what par is on each hole. Most people don't like change. It could be a hard sell. The target area is twice the diameter of a disc with about 1/2 inch clearance on either side of the disc including the flag pole in the middle. Much like ball golf, the flag is removable depending on how you want to attack the target.
does anyone delete these threads when they r done with? i think it wopuld be a good idea, i keep seing the same thing being discussed on new threads be cause there are so many you can never find the old one.
Those are sweet!! I'm gonna have to get up there this summer to check them out. Genius design, deflecting discs into the basket, WHAT a concept!!! Looks like if you hit the top it will deflect upward also, landing you closer in most cases, I presume.These are the baskets at Beaver Ranch in Conifer, Co near Denver. They are sweet, and I heard that they were made by a guy in Colorado. I like the top rim being angled in at the bottom, if you hit that it usually just deflects the disc in.