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16 hours ago, BIG STU said:

Stuart Bragg

Garden City Beach SC

I was walking some last year before my accident carrying about 5 clubs or so. Had lost weight. Now my docs do not want me carrying period. I have been using a Vintage Bag Boy from my car to the range which is about 400 yards. Have not tried to play yet because that little bit of pushing is hard on my back and legs. Would love to test it to see if I could walk by myself with that.

Now in all fairness and honesty I do not know even with it how my body will hold up it will be a gamble. It would be a good test for both me and the cart

We could do a two for one here, I would start the test and give it a full month of break-in and testing, then go down to see Stu in SC, get in that round we have been talking about doing together (probably focused more on the après golf hole as I think conversation would exceed daylight) and pass along the electric cart to him since I really enjoy the physicality of pushing my Clicgear 3.5+ regardless of the slope encountered (even as steep as to require a zigzag path and lifting the downhill wheel to stop it rolling over) (yes seriously).

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I walk 90% of my rounds now.   I have a Stewart push car that I love.   I can keep pace with riders with the exception of long uphill holes.   I’m interested in a self propelled model to see if this will bridge the gap.  
 

I have a Stewart RS-1 and live in Sycamore Il  

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Joe

Williamsburg, Virginia

I walk 95% of the time.

I use the Big Max Blade IP Push Cart/Trolley

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Kraig Roberts

Washington, D.C.

I walk a little more than half my rounds. The other half I ride because I have a crappy push cart from the early 2000’s that doesn’t do well on hills

Yes I have a push cart, the brand is unknown. It’s light grey with three 5 inch wheels

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Kyle

Fishers, IN

I always walk the Part 3 with my son when we play together, and the big course I walk about 1/4 of the time as they require carts on busy weekends to keep flow moving. 

I rent a push cart through the course, they only charge  $1 to use one of theirs and they are pretty nice

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Kyle

Urbandale, Iowa

I walk 80% of the time

Yes, I have a Big Maxx iBlade

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Steve

Arlington, VA

I walk as many rounds as I can, may take the super hot and humid days off from walking.

I use whichever push carts they have available at the course for rentals.  Would love to have a little droid carrying my clubs for the entire round! 

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Paul 

Dalton, MA

Walk all rounds unless required to take a cart

Sun Mountain Speed e-Cart.  Their electric version from many years ago so I have experience with electric carts (although it's on it's last legs)

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Will 

Norristown, PA

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds: Yes

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one: Yes, a Trek.

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Clete

Omaha, NE

Yes, I try to walk most rounds

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Omaha, NE

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First name : Kevin

City & State : Eagle, Idaho

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds : Yes, I walk 100% of my rounds ... I play 2-3 times a week.

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one : Yes, I push a Sun Mountain Reflex Push/Pull Cart

 

Sun Mountain Golf- Reflex Push/Pull Cart

 

My golf partner uses a remote controlled electric powered cart, and he tells me “it’s a game changer!”.

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