Crossed Links and Dirty Spits- Whats the Deal with Chainstars?
The dreaded dead center spit (bounce back). We’ve all had (at least) one. What is the deal with a “perfect” putt not sticking in the basket? My practice basket is a portable Chainstar, so maybe I’m biased when I say that Chainstars’ spit out dead center putts way more often than any other basket. I have a theory, which may very well be totally wrong, but could there be a correlation between crossed links and dirty spits? Now I’m not talking about putting into the basket when the links are already crossed up, but when your putter hits the chains and the links cross up. Does this cause the disc to ricochet out?
Anyone out there have any answers or other ideas?