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This would be for my 7 year old, Atlas! I carry his bag most times he plays, but we can’t afford a push cart yet but someday. Usually when he practices, I don’t play for that reason, but I want him to chase his dreams. He’s playing in the UA Junior Tour soon and I have been looking all over for used ones online. If he had one, I would be fun walks with dad throughout the week, as I could carry mine and he would use this. 

Jacksonville, FL

Practice 4 days a week, Tournaments 1 day. 


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Dade City, Florida 

I did walk prior to having Leukemia, after Bone Marrow Transplant have been unable to push my hand cart for awhile round so can’t walk at this time. 

Have a Sun Mountain Speed Cart

I’m in the process of picking out new clubs, due to recent illness and age 69 I have lost 25 yds on distance 

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Clarksville IN

I walk 100 % of the time last year I played 229 rounds.

I used a clicgear till it broke dor the third time. Currently using a caddytek four wheel.  I would love a remote golf cart.

Callaway mavrik pro irons. Play almost everyday.

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name : Mitch

City & State: Barrington, IL

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds: no, but I would if I had this!

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one: Clicgear 2.0


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Beaverton, OR

I walk 90% of the time.

I don't have a cart.

Cobra Amp Cell Pro Orange, X 

Cobra Amp Cell+

Scratch 47, TM 52, Infinity 60

Putter and 3w in flux

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Zach Rusch

Live in Clearwater, FL

I currently carry my bag and walk majority of my rounds. 

Don't use a bag cart due to not knowing what to use.

Zach Rusch

TSI 2 Driver

Northwestern 5 Wood

Tommy Armour 845 Irons from 5-9

Pitching Wedge an AP2

Vokey Wedges 50*, 56*, 64*

TM Spider Tour

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Wheaton. Illinois

I walk most of the time. 90° days can't do walking and carrying a bag. 

I do not use a push cart now. I have a super lite bag but can't carry a lot in it. The trade off. I would love to test your product. 




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Hello MyGolfSpy! Interesting this is an opportunity. I am in the market for a self propelled walking cart. I will buy one before the end of the summer. I have been meaning to message y'all about reviewing these products. 

I am eager to support you and test carts. 

First name - Michael

City & State - Suffolk Virginia

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds - I walk every round unless the temp is over 95. This year I have 12 round under my belt and play at least once a week

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one - I do own a Big Max Blade push cart. 

What do I want in a self propelled cart?  I want a cart that will follow our match ahead of me WITHOUT me having to push buttons on a remote. Why would I want to play a video game while I golf?  

I recognize that one of the criteria for selection is comments on your thread. I am not one to just comment blindly. If I have Value to add, sure. Most of the time though I can't but objective quality evidence and wouldn't want to add randomness to such good reviews. That said, I can promise you quality review and reporting. Pros and cons 

Hope to join the team!

Michael Z

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Syracuse, IN

I have always walked and carried my bag.  Sometimes I would take a caddy as part of the Par Club for the Western Golf Association.  I recently posted on social media suggestions for a powered push cart and I was surprised at the lack of responses.  I am planning on playing significantly more golf this year and would love to have a powered push cart so I can enjoy walking and playing more.  I was leaning toward the forecaddy from Foresight as I have a GCQuad and I have been happy with it, but apparently the carts are private labeled and not built by them.  So, I am still wondering what the best option is and I would love to be a tester for this product.

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