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Lubbock, Texas 

I walk 90% of all my rounds 

I use Sun Mountain Pathfinder 3 and prior Bagboy dlx pro. I play 12 months a year and have walked on some of the hottest days and coldest days. I walk short and long courses some easier than others.

cobra F9, callaway BB fusion 3w, titliest ap3, vokey 52 56, SC select NP2 18 / cleveland HB collection 3


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Syracuse, UT

I walk a majority of rounds.  The only time I don’t walk, are the courses that have lots of elevation changes. A few of these courses would be walkable if not for having to carry my bag or use my push cart. 

I do have, and use a push cart.  It is a sun mountain MC3 


Husband, dad to 3 sons (all under 7 y/o). Love golf, baseball, football and CrossFit.  

WITB: Cobra F9 driver, cobra SZ pro 3w, cobra SZ 3 hybrid, TM P790 (4-PW), SM8 wedges (50, 54, 58), spider x putter 

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What’s up guys. My name is Raymon. 
I live in Irvine CA. 
I walk half the times I play golf.  Mostly if it’s a pretty flat course.  
I currently don’t use a push cart.  Have used the cheap push carts at golf courses a few rounds, but I was gifted a lightweight carry bag for my birthday last year so I started to use that. Only thing is I try to keep it as light as possible so sometimes I don’t take all my Clubs. 

good luck everyone! 

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West Point, Utah 

I walk 90% of the time. The only times I don't walk is when I am playing one of the mountain courses here in Utah. Those would make a great test for a motorized cart. 

I currently use a Caddytek EZ Tour. 

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First name: Jeff

City & State: Orange, CA

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds: If by walk you mean carrying the bag on my shoulder, no. All my rounds are walking using a push cart. I play 2-3 times a month, mostly as a member of a seniors club in Costa Mesa, CA.

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one: Clicgear 3.0

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I need to get in better shape by walking the course.  The ones I usually play are somewhat hilly and difficult to walk carrying or pushing my sticks, as I am 65.   I have been thinking that an electric cart would be my best bet.  Testing one omwould be a great opportunity and drive to get me walking!

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Jon Brooklyn, NY

I walk 90-95% of the 80 rounds I play each year. 75-80% of those rounds are at Bethpage State Park in Farmingdale, NY.

I currently use a BatCaddy electric cart for my clubs. It does NOT have a remote control.


Jon Silverberg


BatCaddy electric pushcart with 36 hole capable lead-acid battery, holding a 2015 Titleist 14-way stand bag, customized with my club's logo (Nassau Players Club), containing:

TaylorMade 10.5 degree SIM Max Driver (set 2 clicks down), with 47.5" A Flex Fujikura Ventus Red 5 shaft 

Cobra F6 3-4W (set to 16 degrees), with 47.5" R flex Aldila ATX65 shaft

Cobra King F8 4-5 wood (set to 19 degrees), 3 and 4 hybrids, all R flex

TaylorMade Jetspeed 6 Hybrid, R flex

Cleveland Launcher HB 7-S irons, R flex (+1.5")

Cleveland RTX 3.0CB 60 degree wedge (+1")

Evnroll ER-3 putter, 35" (Gravity grip)

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Virginia Beach, VA

I typically walk all my round unless I’m playing in a charity/work tournament 

I’ve always carried my clubs since Jr and College golf, but would love to try using a pushcart!

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Driver:   tm.jpg.b933503b8a6713406bcc109c48c76358.jpg M5 Tour 9*/ Fujikura Pro 2.0 Tour Spec 6 - X-Flex 

Wood:   tm.jpg.b933503b8a6713406bcc109c48c76358.jpg M5 Rocket 3 Wood 14*/ Tour AD DI - S-Flex 

Hybrid:  tm.jpg.b933503b8a6713406bcc109c48c76358.jpg M3 19*/ Fujikura Speeder Tour Spec - S-Flex

Irons:     :mizuno-small: JPX 919 Forged Tour 4-PW / True Temper Dynamic Gold S300 

Wedge: :vokey-small: SM7 50*, 54*, 58* /True Temper Dynamic Gold S300

Putter:    :scotty-small:  Del Mar 35"

Balls:       :callaway-small: Chromesoft Truvis

Other:     :Arccos: 360 (Caddie)

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yorktown heights, ny 

I walk about 90% of my rounds, never use a pull cart. Have seen the electric ones and am very intrigued to make the switch. Obviously they’re expensive so I've held off. Would love to test this! 

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