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Austin Tudor 

San Diego, California

Woohooo!! I walk every round I play and have to carry my stupid heavy golf bag every time! 

I don’t currently use a push cart - though my golfing buddy does and I get jealous everytime I see him pull that sucker out of his car. 

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Matt Hershey 

altoona pa

i do not walk,typically ride.  but was looking at carts for this year. Just joined a local country club and would like to avoid cart fees. 

do not have a cart currently. 

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Grain Valley, Missouri

I would say it's 60/40 or 70/30 riding to walking. I walk my leagues as I don't know the gentlemen very well but with my weekend group I don't mind riding in the cart as I trust them a little more. Whenever it's cpo though my game definitely is suited for walking. 

I don't have a push cart I have a pull cart 🥴 being tall (6'3) it isn't so bad with the long arms I have but I definitely would prefer something else. It's an old Acuity pull cart I've had since I first bought my box set of clubs from dicks sporting goods many years ago. 

Taylormade Aeroburners Stiff Shat +1 Inch in length Standard Lie

Callaway XR 16 Pro 10.5 degree Stiff Shaft

Right-handed golfer here


22 Handicap

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Houston, TX

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds: My preference is to walk, but often ride in the summer time due to the hot weather in Houston. The rest of the year I walk exclusively.

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one: Yes - Caddytek Superlite 4 wheel.

Awesome opportunity, I’ve been interested in these motorized carts for a long time. Good luck everyone!

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I am recovering from double bypass heart surgery October 2019 so I have not been walking on the golf course but would like to. On days that I do not play golf, I walk 3 miles per hour for 1 hour. As the golf season gets better weather, I typically play 3-5 times per week and carry a 12 handicap. 

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Grand Rapids, MI

Walking 95% of the time currently, and my club is currently looking into getting some of these or similar personal transportation devices (golf boards, etc.)

Currently using a Clicgear 4.0

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Richmond, VA

Always walk unless it’s a tourney with carts.

My push cart is a 8 year old Sun Mountain 4 wheeler. The current comparison is the Pathfinder. 

:cobra-small: Driver: F9, 10 degree, Stock Stiff 

:cobra-small: 3W: BioCell, 13.5 degree, Stock Stiff

:cobra-small: 2h: F8, 17.5 degree, Stock Stiff

:cobra-small: 4h: F7, 21.5 degree, Stock Stiff

:cobra-small: 5-GW: F8 One Length, Stock Stiff

:titelist-small: Vokey SM7 56 degree, S Grind

:titelist-small: Vokey SM7 60 degree, M Grind


:srixon-small: Q-Star Tour 2020 / Z-Star 2019


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Jackson Lane

Chesterfield, VA

No I do not, but looking to start using one for the after work twilight rounds. 
Want to find the best of the best push cart. 


Driver: Taylormade M4 - Mitsubishi Tensei White S-Flex

3W: Taylormade M2 15^ 1 degree strong - S-Flex

3H: Taylormade M1 19^ 1 degree strong - S-Flex

4i-A: Taylormade P790 - True Temper Dynamic Gold S300

Wedges: Taylormade Hi-toe 54^ and 60^

Putter: Tommy Armour Impact 3


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Mike Murphy 

Arroyo Grande, CA

I push a Bag Boy EZ-walk.

We have great courses to walk in our area. The weather is great here year round making it a fun round of golf to walk no matter what the time of year.

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Hello, I am a 7.6 handicap living in the Portland, Oregon area, 61 years old. I play 2 times a week, I walk while carrying my clubs in a Ping Hoofer Bag. 

I have been thinking of getting a bag carrier for a while now and have been intrigued with the motorized ones I have seen on the courses here in the Pacific Northwest. 

I play with Big Bertha Fusion and Sub 70 irons, with a Ping 410 driver, and Callaway hybrids. My ball is Oncore Elixer. 

I look forward to possibly testing this carrier. 


Gregg Schillinger

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Would love to try this.  Just because I already use an electric cart, don’t hold that against me, because I can offer unique “comparison” type feedback!


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First name :  Jack

City & State:  Calabash, NC

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds:  No

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

I've been walking a lot lately as I had a quintuple heart bypass six months ago and a knee replacement 3 months ago.   I’d like to take my walking to the golf course now and would be honored to test out this new pushcart.  Thanks for your consideration!

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Kansas City, Missouri

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds: Yes

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one: Yes, brand-less one from yard sale.

Driver - SIM Max - Ventus Black 7X

3W - Ping G410 - Aldila RIP X-Stiff

Hybrids - Ping G410 19&22 - Aldila Tour Green X-Stiff

Irons - Srixon Z785 - Modus 120 X

Wedges - Callaway PM Grind 19' - KBS Tour Stiff

Iron - SIK DW Armlock - Stability Armlock

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Ann Arbor, Michigan

I walk the majority of my rounds to save money and get some exercise in (since I'm still in college), and I do not use a push cart. I've been thinking about buying one of these for a while now, so I'm excited to see if this opportunity arises! 


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