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First name  - John

City & State - Denver, CO

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds - Yes, I resorted to riding a cart a few years ago due to a bad knee (since replaced) after carrying my clubs for 35+ years and really missed it. after knee replaced I started walking again and even got my wife to join me in walking the course, she now prefers that to riding in a cart

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one - Clicgear 4.0

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The hills are getting hillier each passing season, so an electric golf cart would be an exceptional help, especially in our long, humid summers.  I would LOVE to be a tester!

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First name:  Fred

City & State:  Kirkland, WA

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds:  I walk 60%.  Would like to walk more.

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one:  Rovic by Clickgear

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Raleigh, NC 

I’ve only walked a handful of rounds lately but have wanted to get back into walking to lose some weight. Courses near me are fairly hilly so having a remote controlled cart would help with getting around the course. 

I don’t currently have a cart but have been there in the market for one during the pandemic but just had second child do had other financial priorities. 

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Clayton, CA

I walk 100% of my rounds ~20k steps and 21 stories of elevation. 

I push a Rovik RVS1, a little unstable on some of the terrain. 

I'm in!


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Charlotte, NC
I always Walk.   Even on Saturday, they charge for a riding cart and I still walk.  (I have a fitbit and track activity.)  I use a Sun Mountain Speed Cart V1 when club allows on Fairways.  When it is Cart Path only (we have had a lot of rain the last couple of years in the winter) I carry my bag full clubs.  I also walk at my course in Virginia, where it is built around a neighborhood(longer walk).  During Covid golf and running were primary activities.  I am 64.  Rounds I have played to date in 2021: 48.  I play Tues, Thurs Fri, Sat & Sunday weather permitting. Rounds played in 2020 206  
I would give it a workout.
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23 hours ago, Golfspy_CG2 said:


Rio Verde, Arizona

I walk an average of 3 rounds a week

I have both a bag boy and Sun Mountain  


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Louisville, KY

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds -yes

Currently use a kart-tec trolley

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Davenport, Ia

Walk 30% of rounds but this would for sure help!

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Lucas ketchem

Littleton CO

I walk about 90% of my round I find it more therapeutic, and easier to take time and think about my next shot. 

I don't have my own I rent from whichever golf course I'm playing at. 

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