Gateway Titans can be played at the newer courses in the Lou, most notably Unger Park(along the Meramac River). They're beefy for sure, built to last a lifetime and very heavy to move. I'm not sure of the prices per basket or cost for powdercoating, but I'd have no problem spraypainting them, maybe change colors every few years or so, or even just for a St. Paddy's tournament.
I like the idea in theory Danger, but in my experience, spray painting is a good way to ruin a basket if it gets on the chains. the chains really need to be removed before spray painting and reattached after the paint dries. chains with paint tend to be stiff with less action. speed of putts becomes more critical. putts slightly high especially, tend to have no chance. lot of work for a st pattys day tourney. stick with green clothes, green discs, green beer, or anything else green that might make your irish holiday round more fun.