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Louis. Lebanon, Ohio

No because of metal in one hip but am looking at battery push carts now so I can walk more.

I us an older Bag Boy when I do walk. 

Louis

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Jeff Schroeder

Westerville, Ohio

I walk about 25% of the time due to bad knees.  I just recently had both of them replaced and plan to walk about 90 to 95 percent of the time.

 

I bought a walking cart 2 years ago and liked it a lot but pushing the cart bothered my knees a lot so the electric cart would be great to have.  I have recently been looking at the electric carts and want to get one sometime this spring.

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Robert 

Gainesville, Ga

I'm 66 years old and always walk and carry my bag for 18 holes. I've been considering purchasing a cart to get the weight off my shoulders. Our course is very hilly and long. Would love to demo a cart.

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Alex

Dayton, Ohio 

Bag Boy Triswivel with Alphard motorized adapter. 

I walk 100+ rounds per year
I have used the Alphard motorized cart adapter with a Bag Boy Triswivel  for 3 years and golf buddies that use several other powered carts.  I would be glad to test this and see how it compares to mine, batcaddy and others.

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Russ

Piperton, TN

I play 2-3 rounds per week weather permitting and walk most days  

On days I use a push cart I rent from my club.  Not sure brand or model. 

Would love to test this as it would make me the envy of my group. 

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Brandon

Bullard, TX

I try to walk 50% of cold weather rounds but mainly carry during those.

I've borrowed a few carts, mainly Clickgear 3.5. In my experience, I find it easier to carry my bag then push a cart.... I know it's weird.

However, I've been researching different electric carts for walking and have a great deal of interest in doing so. I'd love to provide a review from a riding cart transplant perspective. Hopeful to be chosen. 

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Louie 

stockton, ca.

I walk every round, I have a clicgear 3.5 and a bag boy quad xl. I have thought about buy the electric attachment for my clicgear but it’s pretty pricey.

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Bob

Grand Island, NY

Always walk except for a few tournaments where all golfers ride.

I play multiple times per week all season.

Clicgear model 8

 

In my Ogio cart bag :

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:ping-small:  G 3 Wood Alta 65

:srixon-small:  Z355 3 hybrid

:srixon-small:  Z565 4-PW

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:scotty-small:  Select Newport

:Snell: MTB-X

 

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Reid

Boise ID

Walk 75% of my rounds, and the local club I play at 2-3 times a week is on the edge of the foothills, so it's just on the edge of walkable for most people, but it's not a crazy mountain course with tons of vertical. Would be very curious to see how atm electric cart could do!

I typically use generic push carts at the course.

Thanks! :)

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