Roll Call: Push Cart

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By NoleInSC

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  1. NoleInSC
    Columbia, SC

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    Any of y’all use a push cart when you play? If so which brand/model do you use? And why? You can upload a photo of your cart if you’d like.

    I have a Tri Swivel 2 by Bag Boy Golf. I love the 360 degrees Swivel of the front wheel, and the storage compartments, place for a water bottle, etc. I’m a Bag Boy guy; my dad had two Express LS carts for him and my mom and they are still in great shape!

    Looking forward to reading your comments here! Keep it in the short grass!

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  2. 19hole
    Woburn, MA

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    We use a Powakaddy C2. It has eliminated any stress I had in my lower back from pushing the cart.
  3. Don O
    Madison, WI

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    At the time (pre-TT knowledge) Sun Mountain's 4 wheel cart folded into the size of a carry-on rollerboard and their bags had a molded triangle that locked into the foot of the cart. I now have Titleist bags as the SM bags no longer have the locking triangle. The cart is 6-7 years old and still works as good as new. I also use a light-weight bag for to carry for 9, rather than push a cart.
  4. Tyler H
    Appleton, WI

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    Clicgear 3.5 for me. #PushCartMafia

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  5. JEFF R
    Canton, GA

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    Tyler H said:

    Clicgear 3.5 for me. #PushCartMafia

    TH

    Same here. Clicgear 3.5, but I don't use it often because my home course is a hilly neighborhood course that winds through houses, etc. If I played a more compact, flatter home course I'd be using it lots.
  6. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    Nope, just carry over the shoulders when not forced to ride in a cart. The exception for me is the occasional rainy day while making our annual winter trip to Bandon. I will use one of their pull cart rentals if its raining so i can get in and out of the bag a little easier while dealing with the rain hood and bulky winter clothes. Yours looks nice. They have really improved over the last 20 years from what was available back in the day.
  7. Keith M
    Acworth, GA

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    I use a Rovic RV1C. Works well for what I need.
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    I bought my pushcart in advance of a Bethpage Black trip and now I use it all the time. I have the clicgear 3.5+ and bought the wheel covers for it so grass doesn't cover my entire trunk. One of my best golf purchases!
  9. Zangetsu
    Netherlands

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    I have been thinking about getting a clickgear myself. However the motocaddy cubes look pretty amazing also. Would you say one is better than the other?

    Also found an old old old Titleist branded trolley on a dutch 2nd hand selling site yesterday. Might just have to pick it up
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    Clicgear Rovic RV1C - triple OG 3-wheel motion!
  11. Rick D
    Weston, WI

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    I believe if you're healthy enough, golf should be played walking. I carried until I ruptured the L5-S1 disk in my lower back. A bunch of epidurals and physical therapy later and I push a 3 wheel Sun Mountain cart.
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    It is a great pushcart. Sturdy, well made and dependable. I have had no problems with mine. Good luck with the cart and walking courses.
  13. Chris92009
    Cincinnati, Ohio

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    We are required to use Sun Mountain models at TPC...not allowed to bring our own. However, the more we use them the more I realize that pushcarts are a very great way to walk and enjoy the game!
  14. Darryl M
    Wichita, KS

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    Clicgear 3.5 bought It 2 years ago because one of the guys I play with I got tired of his constant complaining about his game then not doing anything to work on it. I always tried to help him but he wouldn't come to the course to work on anything so to help myself focus & stay relaxed I started walking with my Clicgear. My workout includes running and other leg workouts so I enjoy doing it on days I don't go workout.
    His game is still in the tanks & mine is still trending up.

    Abby, They have wheel covers for them??? I thought someone mowed in my trunk one day
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    Had the original Clicgear for several years; upgraded to 3.5+ this year and glad I did now that the wheels are solid. The Clicgear folds up very compactly; made it much easier to fit everything in the trunk. Plenty of storage space as well on the cart as well.
  16. No'l
    Palmdale, CA

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    Initially, I still have the first generation Clicgear and used it for a while. I still take it once in a while or have someone use it if they need one. It's in great shape and still looks new, but I never upgraded the wheels to non-inflatable so I pump air each time I use it :-(

    The one I use more is a battery powered, TS1. I've had it prior to the Clicgear. The TS1 is not a remote controlled caddy. It just has a power on and off with an adjustable speed. I like it because it gives me a hands free effect like walking with a hired caddy.
  17. Rooster
    West Wareham, MA

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    I use the original bag boy tri-swivel with my mid size cart bag. When I bought it some years ago at a golf store there was no comparison. It maneuvered the best. You have the best (my golf spy top push cart 2017 & 2018), enjoy...
  18. NoleInSC
    Columbia, SC

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    Rooster said:

    I use the original bag boy tri-swivel with my mid size cart bag. When I bought it some years ago at a golf store there was no comparison. It maneuvered the best. You have the best (my golf spy top push cart 2017 & 2018), enjoy...

    Thanks! I am a Bag Boy guy so I look at their products first. The 2 is a great cart. Take care.
  19. Todd T
    San Diego, CA

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    GC is legit, I use the newest four wheel version.. Lots of accessories and convenience.
  20. Todd T
    San Diego, CA

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    GC is legit, I use the newest four wheel version.. Lots of accessories and convenience.
  21. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

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    Clickgear 3.5+. Have had for many years. Hope to be back to walking again soon once Dr figures out my issues. Best cart I have used of those on the market. Lightest and folds nicely to fit in vehicle. Have a brush in trunk to clean off wheels after each use. Bright orange with black wheels.
  22. Paul C
    Ascot

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    I have the clicgear 3.5+ also, loved the look of it. It's very stable across thedifferent contours of the course and is easy to push so no aching arms from pulling the old two wheeled ones.
    I got the black frame with Orange wheels/trim and it just looks fantastic. It came with free wheel covers and a shoe brush that fits onto the frame so was a great deal.
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    I feel like the ClicGear 3.5 is the best on the market. I have a few others, not mentioning names, they just aren't as smooth and reliable as the Clicgear.
  24. Tom B
    Northborough, MA

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    Remote control Bat Caddy X4R. Does a great job ferrying around my mid-staff bag. The reason I bought the mid-staff bag as nothing fits on as good. The other bags do OK but the legs always want to spin the bag. It folds up nice but I'm able to leave it inside at the Club. If my mind of jelly forgets to charge the battery, I hoof it with a 4up carry bag.
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