Originally Posted by smobro
Please spend your time on the baskets. The baskets need staggered inner chains so bad. The staggering will significantly reduce the likelihood of quality putts costing strokes. And the wheel wells need to have some sort of drag wires welded into them to stop the bad slide out issues.
Now, if the goal of the course is to be an over par course for the average player, then it is fine the way it is. The better than average players can try to match their skill on the 3rd course. If the goal is to have a PDGA event at the Canyon course, then the baskets will never pass muster even with better chain configuration because of the skip out problems the wheel wells have that baskets at A tier PDGA courses do not have.
I am guessing you have not played on the new baskets because the skip out problem is gone with the new chain design. there are three rows of chain and the outer chain is close enough to stop the skip outs. Also the few pros i have talked to say the new baskets are the stickiest ones they have played on.