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(4) Testers Wanted!!!

 

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Big Max AutoFold FF Pushcart

 

 

Are you a dedicated walking golfer?

 

I mean, are you the kind of golfer who, unless you're playing in the Himalayas or at Augusta National, insists on saving the cart fee and doing it the way Old Tom Morris did - on foot?

 

The dedicated walking golfer has a unique hierarchy of needs. At the very top of that hierarchy are comfy shoes and socks, a lightweight bag and, maybe most importantly, a dependable, easy to set up pushcart. (A pretty blonde sidekick doesn't hurt, either)

 

But what features are most important in a push cart?

 

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Testers Wanted:

Big Max is the number one push cart company in Europe (or, as they call them over there, trolleys), and its new AutoFold FF is making some waves on this side of the pond.  Big Max says the AutoFold FF is lightweight, stable on hilly terrains and, most importantly, can be set up and ready to use in an instant by using one single lever.

 

When not in use, the AutoFold FF folds flat for easy storage.

 

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The AutoFold FF has picked up some awards this year, but we want 4 of you to test it out for us and tell us if it fits the bill as a dependable and easy to use.

How To Apply:

 

We're looking for four dedicated walking golfers to test and review (and keep) the Big Max AutoFold FF for us. We take our product testing pretty seriously here at MyGolfSpy, so please read the following application instructions carefully:

 

In this thread, please tell us:

 

Your first name and home state

 

How many rounds per year do you walk?

 

Easy peasy!  We'll announce the testers in this space next week!

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Christopher

 

Vancouver British Columbia,

 

I walk every round i play unless its a course that requires a golf cart.

 

 

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Good luck to everyone, my wife just bought me a bagboy push cart, but I'll be reading reviews on this one. Looks pretty compact.

 

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Matt

Ohio

More than I can count, but it's in the ball park of about 35-40.

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Damn I really would love ot test this since i recently decided on walking courses. I just got the Hogan testing opportunity so I guess Ill let other put their name in for this  ;)

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Another great opportunity.  

 

I walk but prefer to carry - hope the winners love it!

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Just got a new cart... but I'd like to wish everyone good luck with this one.

I am a huge proponent of walking and do it every time I can.

 

Good luck folks and enjoy the walk, it's the best way to experience this game we love so much.

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Scott

 

Indiana

 

15-20

 

Have a several year old CaddyTek that I'm not a big fan of, would love to do a review comparing the 2.

Thank you for the opportunity

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Eric / New York


 


push cart 25+ rounds a year


I push cart every round - I even walk rounds where golf carts are provided and included in price. Absolutely do not like playing golf out of a golf cart. 


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Craig nova Scotia Canada

50+ rounds walking

 

Love push carts but even the highly rated clicgear takes several frustrating steps to unfold or fold.

Would love the chance to test out your (red & black is nice!) trolley if it's as light & easy to use as you say I'll spread the word to the world!!

Cheers eh!

 

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Good luck, everyone. I carry my bag, so this test is not for me.

 

 

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James here, from Washington state... Bellingham to be precise.  We're the state that gave you Chambers Bay, never to be in the U.S. Open rotation again.   :)

 

I walk, using a push cart, about 120 rounds a year.

 

I look for certain things in a cart. These are the things I'd critique:

 

1.  Foldability.  How does the dang thing collapse and how easily does it open?

2.  Rollability.  Smooth, easy, goes straight?

3.  Tipability.  Does it tip over on hillsides?

4.  Storability.  Does it carry my essentials?  And does it carry them in the right places?

5.  Umbrellability.  How does it handle an umbrella; afterall, this is Washington state.

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