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DJSS

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  • Birthday January 1

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    Massachusetts
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  1. Sweet. I’ve been looking for a motorized cart. This one was not on the list so it should be interesting to see the review or review it myself. On my list is the EWheels V2 (friend has this one and I’ve seen it in action, very nice), the zip navigator and zip navigator AT First name Dan City & State, Millbury, Ma Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds: I do walk 90% of the 70-80 rounds I play per year. Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one? I currently use the BagBoy Compact 3.
  2. I purchased the 4X18 just over a year ago for ~ $160.00. I then built a platform for it using plywood and 2X3's for the base and 1X4's for the sides (so the balls wouldn't fall off) Total investment was about $200.00. It has two speeds 10 one way and 11 the other with three cups (2 on one side and 1 on the other). I drilled holes in the frame and installed 4"white PVC to have a nice depth that hold ~ 8 balls comfortably. Being in New England (even though last year was pretty mild) I used it from November to April. For the money, I think it's a great product. It rolls very true and has held up well. NOW, if you have young children or animals, beware as this is still (ultimately) a piece of foam. It can tear or be punctured pretty easily. I have never had an issue, but my youngest is 12 and uses often but is careful. A push broom does work great (pulling it, NOT pushing it) to reset the speeds, remove any matted down areas where you stand, etc. I just pulled it out and set it up for the off-season (season # 2) There may be prettier or even more authentic products out there, but the ones I browsed on the web were out of my price range (400-500+).
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