Since moving to Colorado, I've noticed that every course here has different pin positions on every hole. It really allows the courses to change drastically from round to round. One day a course is birdy golf, and the next it roughs you up.
Just pouring 2-3 skirts into the ground allows for hundreds of variations on a course.
There's little griping about a pin being in a spot that someone doesn't like because they change them constantly. It only takes a couple of people with some keys playing a round to make the course change. I would say they typically move them once a week or so.
It's also inexpensive. Just some concrete and a sleeve.
I know you have a few holes in town with a couple of pin positions, but they rarely seemed to change.
Just a thought, but figured I would share it with you.