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Testers Announced (4) MOTOCADDY Electric Cart


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Kent from Post Falls, Idaho.

i walk most rounds. About 30-40 per year pushing my BagBoy cart.

I would love to test out the Motocaddy cart.

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100% in on this. 

Washington DC

Walk 90% of my rounds with a Caddy Tek

Driver: Ping G30 - Oban Isawa - Stiff

3 Wood: RBZ Tour 14.5 - 42.5" Kai'li 80S

Hybrid: Ping G30 - 7 wood - Stiff

Irons: Mizuno JPX 800 4 Iron ,JPX 800 Pro 5-GW

Wedges: Callaway 54 and 58 MD2

Putter: Odyssey Protype #2 Black

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Frank

Sequim washington

Walk everyday!

Callaway rogue 9° aldila rip phenom tour x 80 tipped 44.75"

Ben hogan 3 wood x stiff aldila proto by you

Ben hogan ft worth x stiff kbs tour v x

Hogan equalizer 52,58

Spider tour putter 

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I'm in! I walk about 80 rounds a year here in NJ. every round is a walk and I currently use my Bag Boy. it's about 4 years old and still holding strong. would love to give it a shot and let you know how I made out with it. unlike most clubs, our home club is mostly filled with walkers, and most of them use push carts.

 

Steve from South Jersey

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Adam 

San Diego,Ca

Currently using a clic gear push cart. 
Started walking because of the pandemic and realized how much I was missing! 

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First name: Peter

City & State: Chicago, IL

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds: yes, 99% of rounds

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one: no I either carry or rent one from the course but much prefer using a push cart. 

  • Driver: Mizuno ST200 10.5 w/ Nippon Regio Formula MB+ 65X (backup is a Wishon 919 F/D mini driver w/ UST V2 Black 6F5)
  • Fairway Wood: Callaway X2 Hot Pro 18.5* w/ UST V2 Black 7F5
  • 4 Hybrid: Callaway X2 Hot Pro 23* w/ Modus 125X (soft stepped)
  • Irons: 5-PW Maltby TE Forged w/ Modus 125X (soft stepped)
  • Wedge: 52* and 58* Maltby TSW Forged w/ Modus 125X (soft stepped) and DG Wedge Flex
  • Putter: Tommy Armour Impact 3 CB
  • Bag: Shapland Stand Bag

 

 

 

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Bobby

Pittsburgh PA

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds? YES

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one? YES Bag Boy Quad XL

Twitter: @bobbyburdette

Instagram: bobbyburdette

 

Lefty // 13 GHIN Handicap

TaylorMade M2 ('16) Driver w/Aldila Black Rogue 60 Stiff
TaylorMade M2 ('16) 3W w/Aldila Black Rogue 60 Stiff
Taylormade M2 ('16) 4H Rescue w/REAX 75g Stiff

Taylormade M2 ('16) Irons 5-AW w/True Temper Dynamic Gold X100

Cleveland RTX-3 CB Tour Satin 54 & 58 & 60

Taylormade Spider Tour Red #3 w/SL

Golf Pride MCC Plus4 Align - Midsize

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Dave

Elizabeth City, NC 

I try to walk every round. If the wind is too high I will ride, golfing near the coast the wind can get really heavy.

I currently have a Bagboy Quad XL

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I'm Steve from Green Valley, AZ.  Doctor wants me to walk more, but suggests I get a pull cart.  This would be a great opportunity to make him happy.  I try to play at least twice a week.

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Mike

Pittsburgh, PA

walk around 60%
 

clicgear 3.5

 

would love to test this out.  Home course is rather hilly. Interested to see how it would hold up. 

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Nick

Jacksonville, Florida

I walk about 10% of my rounds but am looking to walk more to lose weight. I'm tall so pulling the cart is tough on my back. 

I have a Caddytek 3.0

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Scott 

Eagan, MN

I walked 90% of the 85 rounds I played last year

I use the Clicgear Model 3.5+ push cart. 

 

What's in my bag...

 

Driver:      TaylorMade R15 10.5• Aldila Rouge Black 60g stiff shaft

3 Wood:   TaylorMade R15 15• Aldila Rouge Black 70g stiff shaft

Hybrid:     TaylorMade  Rescue 4-21• Aldila Rip 65g stiff shaft

Irons:        TaylorMade  RSi TP Nippon NS Pro 950, stiff shaft

Wedges:   TaylorMade  50•, 54•, 58• Nippon NS Pro stiff shaft

Putter:      TaylorMade Ghost 

Ball:          Wilson DUO U

Bag:         TaylorMade 

 

 

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Ben

Washington DC 

Yes, I walk 90% of the rounds I play!

I do use a push cart, I don’t own one so I use the janky ones the muni that I play at provide, I’m honestly not even sure they’re meant for golf. I could really use an upgrade. 

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Toby

La Grande Oregon

Walk 5 rounds a week

Buffalo Peak Golf Course Links course with several hundred feet of elevation gain

BagBoy push cart

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Bill from

Overland Park, Ks

I walk 75-80% of the time. I currently use a a four wheel push cart.

I would be interested in testing Motocaddy. Never used a power cart before but as I get older I’m sure it would make going up hills and incline easier. 90% of our courses in the KC area rolling/hilly.

 

looking forward to your reply.

bill

 

 

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Daniel

Sacramento, Ca

Yes since the pandemic I walk all my rounds

Yes, I bought the Bagboy nitron and love it.

 

Thanks for the opportunity. 

Driver: Taylormade M3 9 degree(turned down to 8.75) w/ Stiff Ventus White shaft 

3 Wood: Taylormade Superfast 2.0

3 Hybrid: Taylormade Gapr Mid 18 degree KBS Hybrid shaft

Irons: 4-PW Taylormade M3 with KBS C-Taper 120 stiff shafts Std Length and Lie

Wedges: Titlist SM7 50F, 54F, and 58D

Putter: Evnroll ER2B 33.5" with Gravity grip

Right handed, Fair Oaks, Ca 

15 handicap

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Ian

Kalona, Iowa

I do walk the vast majority of my rounds.

I'm not using any sort of push cart so I would be nice to try one of these.

Good luck to all other applicants!

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I'm 68 years old. Now with Covid19 I would love to be considered for a tester for your electric cart. I have hypertension  and high cholesterol and using this new pushcart would literally save my life. I used to walk all the time, but problems with sciatica and a bum knee prevent me from doing so. This cart to test out would solve this issue for me. I can enjoy golf again for the way it was meant to be. 

Ty for your consideration.. Ron F

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