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Doug Hansen, Trustee Skagit Golf & Country Club

Burlington, WA

Do you currently walk the majority of your round: Yes

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one: Yes, Bag Boy Tri-Swivel. 


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Rio Verde, AZ

Walk some but would like to walk more . Generally use a Bag Boy Push. Play 5 × a week. A lot of Bag Caddies showing up here now. 

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Drew Otterlei 

Minneapolis, MN

I golf 2-3 times a week and walk the majority of those rounds.

I don’t own a push cart but will use them anytime a course has one to offer! Would love to test this product.


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San antonio,tx

Walked every round except scrambles

Clic gear 3.0


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River Falls, WI

Just got a membership at my local course and want to start walking to save some money and get some much needed exercise. That being said I only walked 4 times last season

When walking I have always just held my bag


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I walk about 50% of my round but really wish it was 100%. Living in north metro Atlanta GA I have some great courses but only a handful let you walk at all times. I’d love to push this idea to golfers and courses to get more people active, improve pace of play, and help people appreciate the side of golf you see when taking it all in on foot. 

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New Orleans, LA

I play roughly 120 rounds of golf a year, being from New Orleans the weather allows for this. My home course is TPC Louisiana, because this is a pga managed facility, they are very strict on how close the cart can get to the green, typically about 85-100 yards, therefore I walk just about every round. Considering the fact that the course is pretty much surrounded by a swamp, it gets very wet at times, and pushing the cart through wet grass is not the easiest. I believe the electric cart would be very beneficial to me, and by having it, could help with sales with the amount of other walkers that play at the course as well. I currently use a $100 basic push cart from Amazon and definitely think it’s time for an upgrade! 

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First name: Johnny 

City & State: Ventura, CA

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds: Walk 

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one: No


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Huntsville, AL (home courses are the local RTJ)

Yes, I walked all but about 5 or so of the 74 rounds I have in my GHIN last year.  Plus Par 3 course and partial rounds.

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On 3/19/2021 at 2:29 PM, Golfspy_CG2 said:

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Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one

That's it. We'll be selecting the testers in the next 7 to 10 days.  So check back here to see if you have been chosen.


Chicago, IL

Yes walk majority

Yes, clic gear 8

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Westminster, MD

Yes, I walk with my two younger daughters (9 & 6 y/o) 9 holes a week carrying our bags!  I want them to learn how to golf and get better while becoming tired!  It is important to learn this way to us!   I am recovering from shoulder surgery on 11/11/2020 and only carry 3 clubs currently (7 iron, 60 hi-toe & putter) for now so I don't stress the shoulder as I continue to build strength.   

I do not have a push cart, however, this would certainly help me hit more of my clubs as strength continues to builder post surgery!  

Good luck to everyone out there!   

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...I love to walk when I play and one of the reasons is for exercise.
I think part of that exercise is the pushing/pulling of my 3 wheel cart so even though I'm intrigued by this I think I'll pass as I'm sure there are plenty of other golfers out there who could use the assistance of an electric cart more than me.
It is great to see more people are considering walking! I think it really speeds up play and is a fun way to play the game.
good luck to all who apply!

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