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Yaheetech via Amazon [amazon.com] has their 18 Chain Portable Disc Golf Basket for $63.99. Shipping is free.

Use code: 4CE2KH7K
This code works for Red, Blue, Orange colors. ->Orange is OOS

Materials: Painted Iron & Plastic
Dimension(Flag not Included): 25.2 x 25.2 x 54.7"(LxWxH) Basket Size: 25.2 x 10.2in"(Dia.xH) G.W.: 26.9 Lb

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Avid disc golfer here. This is a decent basket for backyard practice and games. Normally I'd want heavier materials and more chains (ideally two layers of 12 chains each, and ideally weighing around 30lbs shipped), but with 16 chains and 25lbs shipped, it doesn't seem too far off. I expect the chains to be much lighter than I'd prefer, which means they won't catch discs nearly as well, but that just means it'll make you a better player when you play at a course, where the baskets generally have heavier chains that catch better.

For $64, if the rest of the basket has solid construction but the chains are weak, I'll just get a few lengths of heavier chain from a hardware store and put those on instead.

In for one. (The orange one for sure) Thanks OP!
If any park spent millions on a disc golf course somebody pocketed a LOT of money. The fanciest disc golf parks I've seen are in the upper Midwest.

A set 18 targets and signage will set you back about $8000. Concrete tees is another expense as is clearing the fairways.

Most disc golf course building I've seen has been volunteer help. Clearing fairways, prepping tees, installing targets.

The most expensive course designer I know of charges somewhere north of 50,000 to design a course and I assume he can go up from there.

Disc golf is one of the least expensive additions to a park and often utilizes the areas people don't have the energy or money to build fields on. Close to no maintenance, and while some (casual) disc golfers use the park as their personal trash dump, others are stewards and clean up after these heathens.
When the disc hits the chains, the chains absorb the impact and make the disc drop down. More chains means more impact absorption, so it makes for an easier goal. Prevents annoying bounce-offs.

As somebody else noted here, these chains are probably not as heavy as the ones at public parks. But I don't think I'll go through the trouble to replace them. This should be just fine (I hope) for casual play in backyards.

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Thanks. Picked up an orange. Blue and red are a bit cheaper, but they only have 12 chains. Good deal. Ships around the end of the month, FYI.
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Thanks. Picked up an orange. Blue and red are a bit cheaper, but they only have 12 chains. Good deal. Ships around the end of the month, FYI.
Why is the number of chains important?

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Why is the number of chains important?

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I've only played a dozen or so times myself. The chains are what I aim for when I throw the disc- they can help hold the disc in or block it. Hope this helps!
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I've been looking for one of these at a good price for quite some time. Per CCC this is the cheapest it's ever been. Seem to have good reviews as well. Good observation on the orange having a different set up than the blue and red i.e., more chains.. I had selected the red but after that comment I went with the orange. Looking forward to some fun times in the backyard with the kids. Thanks OP. Repped.
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Avid disc golfer here. This is a decent basket for backyard practice and games. Normally I'd want heavier materials and more chains (ideally two layers of 12 chains each, and ideally weighing around 30lbs shipped), but with 16 chains and 25lbs shipped, it doesn't seem too far off. I expect the chains to be much lighter than I'd prefer, which means they won't catch discs nearly as well, but that just means it'll make you a better player when you play at a course, where the baskets generally have heavier chains that catch better.

For $64, if the rest of the basket has solid construction but the chains are weak, I'll just get a few lengths of heavier chain from a hardware store and put those on instead.

In for one. (The orange one for sure) Thanks OP!
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Why is the number of chains important?

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When the disc hits the chains, the chains absorb the impact and make the disc drop down. More chains means more impact absorption, so it makes for an easier goal. Prevents annoying bounce-offs.

As somebody else noted here, these chains are probably not as heavy as the ones at public parks. But I don't think I'll go through the trouble to replace them. This should be just fine (I hope) for casual play in backyards.
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Got it at $58 all in last time around.

Good build. Works great for the front yard.
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I bought the red one a few weeks ago for 49 and some change. The 12 chains have the transverse chain links that help, also most upgrade the chains or add more. For backyard putting and what not, this is great. For long distance throws you would have to upgrade the chains or the disc will bounce right off of them.
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Was actually looking at ordering one the beginning of the week it's been awhile since I played and for more then half the price I was gonna spend. In for one good deal!
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Always wanted one of these, I used to play daily about 15 years ago (even through Chicago winters). I have since had a couple boys and have moved into a larger house with a larger yard. This is a good time and price to get them started!
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Avid disc golfer here. This is a decent basket for backyard practice and games. Normally I'd want heavier materials and more chains (ideally two layers of 12 chains each, and ideally weighing around 30lbs shipped), but with 16 chains and 25lbs shipped, it doesn't seem too far off. I expect the chains to be much lighter than I'd prefer, which means they won't catch discs nearly as well, but that just means it'll make you a better player when you play at a course, where the baskets generally have heavier chains that catch better.

For $64, if the rest of the basket has solid construction but the chains are weak, I'll just get a few lengths of heavier chain from a hardware store and put those on instead.

In for one. (The orange one for sure) Thanks OP!
Sounds like being ligher in practice makes this better for the "actual sport", our local park had 24 chains for whatever reason, obv didnt cut off to weigh one but got one lucky hook hole in one on on of the more difficult goals with just a lucky fun chuck with the trusty tigershark (old mans general go to back then at least)
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