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Recruit Basket Disc Golf Target
Dynamic Discs

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Artikelnr: DD-3402
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Recruit Basket Disc Golf Target

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Korgvikt: 25 kg
(Förpackning: 31 kg)
Size box: 72x77x39cm.

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Ask every top level player if putting practice is important and you will get a unanimous "Yes!". It would be ideal for each golfer to have their own practice basket. There are baskets that are much cheaper, but they have thin and relatively few chains which lead to disappointing practice sessions because of all of the good putts that don't stay in the basket. Introducing The Recruit by Dynamic Discs. This basket is tournament quality at practice price. It can be put together, or taken down, in about 2 minutes and comes with all the necessary hardware and tools. The Recruit has 26 strands of chains on inner and outer layers. Weighing in at just over 60 lbs, it is very sturdy but with the built in wheel on the base, it is very easy to move. Get ready for tournaments. Get better. Get the Recruit.

Color: Matte Black

The Dynamic Discs Recruit Basket features 13 inner and 13 outer chain sets. These chains are zinc coated.

The rest of the Recruit Basket is electrophoresed first and then powder coated for extra protection from natural elements.

The Dynamic Discs Recruit Basket is easy to carry in a cars trunk because the pole is made of two parts.

The Dynamic Discs Recruit Basket has tension screws for increased stability and welded nuts for easier assembly.

The Dynamic Discs Recruit Basket is approved at the Standard PDGA level which means the basket can be used in play for any event up to, and including, a B-Tier.

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