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22 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:

 Testers Wanted (4)

When the pandemic hit last year, lots of things changed in golf. Courses were closed for a while, then they reopened with restrictions. One of those restrictions involved cart use. Either courses prohibited two people--not from the same household--from sharing a golf cart, or people just felt more comfortable not sitting a foot from a total stranger for the better part of four to five hours. So many golfers took to foot, as in walking for their rounds.

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The result created a demand like never seen before in push carts, with many companies selling out of them by May. Another area that had huge success was the electric push carts segment.  After all, given the choice would you rather:

A: Carry a 25-pound bag for all five miles
B: Push that 25-pound bag for all five miles
C: Just, you know, walk for all five miles

Ask about anyone, and  nearly all reasonably non-maniacal types would pick C.

That's where MOTOCADDY and it's M5 & M7 series comes in. 

According to staff writer, John Barba, "using the remote-control Motocaddy M7 is like having R2D2 as your caddie."

But we want to know what our readers think. We are looking for current walkers/push cart users, who are open to trying an electric push cart. We are looking for both men and women testers, that reside in the US.  

We want you to test/review and keep the MOTOCADDY and let our membership know what you think. 

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How to Apply

In A Post Below List the following Information

First name 

City & State

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.

 

 

 

Kevin

Sacramento, CA

About 70% of the time, I’ve got a pulmonary disease so it is my only exercise besides the treadmill at home.

Sun Mountain V2

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Hello! I’m Dylan. I live in Lincoln, California. I currently walk the majority of my rounds; however, I do have a Bag Boy TriSwivel II push cart. Most courses in my area are quite hilly, so my pushcart can be rather impractical when playing. 

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Michael E. from El Paso, TX. I walk all my rounds with a push cart, a caddyTek, and play on average 6 times a month. Pending any skynet type issue I am interested in how a cart like this would hold up to the plethora of rounds I play a year. 

RTLW!

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Steven

Greenville, SC

I have walked every round since Thanksgiving last year when I bought my carry. No less than 3 rounds a week with a CaddyTek Panther

 

 

 

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My name is Eric, and I live in Bay City, Michigan. We’re just getting back to being able to golf in Michigan, but I walk about 90 percent of the rounds that I play. That is Typically 2-4 times a week. I am currently using a clicgear 3.5 plus that I’ve had for 2 season now. I’d love the opportunity to be a tester for you guys! 

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Pete

Hampton, VA

Bagboy Lite Rider pull cart

I like to walk for the exercise. At 65 I am good on flat courses but anything hilly can wear on me some. Have considered going to a Clicgear or other more modern push cart, with the possibility of adding an Alphard unit someday. Or even a full electric carrier but they are still a bit pricy for the better ones.

Pete

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I am 78 and only walk when playing golf.  I do not play courses that require a cart.  This would be a big improvement

over a push cart.

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Robin 

North Bend, Oregon on the southern Oregon coast.  Just north of Bandon Dunes Golf resort.

Yes, I walk, probably 95% of my rounds and at the same course , I work part time at Bandon Dunes As a shuttle driver  and play as much golf as I possibly can.

I’m using a Sun Mountain push cart, that was used when it was given to me.

 

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Tom

Tucson, Arizona

I am definitely your guy---I play mostly at a hilly,  usually considered  non-walking desert course,  La Paloma CC in Tucson.  I play about 100 rounds a year, have played since age 10, and still carry a 9 index at age 69.  You could say I am one of your core golfers.  I usually ride,  but in the evening or late afternoon,  I will walk and carry, or use my Clic Gear cart.   

Even pushing a standard lightweight tricycle cart is tough here.  It would be great to see how an electric cart can perform and if it can handle this kind of terrain !!  Don't you and the folks at MOTOCADDY want to have me give it a real test ??

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Todd 

Mesa, AZ

I walk 100% of the time and play one or two times a week.

Currently using a Caddytek 4 wheel push cart

 

 

 

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I’m a retired engineer, in my 70’s and have an innate curiosity for new technology/products.  I have played golf since my early teens and have an unwavering passion for the greatest game of all times.  Being that I play on average three rounds per week year round, would consider it a privilege to contribute in the evaluation of your Motocaddy M7.  

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Bradley

Birmingham, AL

I walk 90% of the time. I live on the course and even walk from my home to the clubhouse and practice facility.

I use a bag boy push cart currently but would love to try the remote Motocaddy. My terrain is relatively hilly, so I would like to see how well it could handle the slopes. 

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tyler

Oneida new york

Majority rider but want to walk more.. Can get too sweaty in the hot humid summer air lugging the bag around

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