so how was this one removed, was it a lock picking again? If so, there is cause for concern amongst all the courses. The basket at Cliff stolen last year didn't leave any remnants of the lock.....but if we count that in the last 12 months I can think of 4 baskets taken from the area.
The thing is that you need to have space, and disc golfers tend to find each other. If you went to a place that was "private" for a course that had 18 different types of baskets from someone that you had never seen play, what would you think?
If it was someone that was good that we saw win baskets, maybe....but the reality is that unless this person (if the same) is planning a course to be kept to themselves or a few other friends, they will be caught.
If it is simply an action of people getting a basket for their own pleasure, that is a whole other story.....