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Jeff

Walnut Creek, CA

I walk about half my rounds but trying to walk the majority. Diagnosed with AFib heart condition and need to increase my exercise! My home course has 3 holes that crush me pushing. 

I use clic gear 3 wheel model. 

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Mark,

York county Va
 

Retired so I play a lot, I love to walk but I have lower back issues, I have a three wheel bag boy but it puts my back in a bad position when I’m pushing it. Would love to be able to just walk and play golf. 
 

Thanks for considering me

Mark

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Michael

San Diego, California

I walk about 95% of my rounds and play 4-6 times a month.

Currently using a basic TourMax TourTrack 2000 which I have owned for many years.

Would love to write a thorough review for a promising product!

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First name: Joe

City & State: Staten Island, NY

Do you currently walk the majority of your rounds: yes, at least 70% of my rounds are walking.

Do you use a push cart now, if yes which one: Yes, Rovic RV1S and Clicgear Model 4.0

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Chris

Dallas, TX

I walk probably 75% of my rounds 

I currently use a Caddytek I bought from Costco 

I’d love to test it out!!!

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PXG 0341 3w & 5w

PXG 0317 22° Hybrid

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Taylor

Peoria, Arizona

I started walking due to COVID restrictions. Usually walk about half of my rounds. Roughly 3-4 rounds a month are walking. 

Using a old beat up Caddy Tek

 

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I carried for the last year, then purchased a push cart. I play three times a week on average and the course I play has more slopes than a ski resort. Would be great to test something that requires less effort and see if I shoot lower scores with less fatigue.

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Ryan

Bloomingdale, IL

Walk about 40% of my rounds but have been looking for an electric cart to transition over to walking all my rounds.

Use an old school 2 wheel push cart from a generic brand whose painted on name wore off about a decade ago.

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Kevin

Kingsland, Georgia

I walk almost all of my rounds now (after riding most of my rounds. i wish i would have walked a lot more earlier in my life).

I have a CaddyTek model 15.3 V2 that i use now.

 

Thanks for the opportunity.

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Stuart Bragg

Garden City Beach SC

I was walking some last year before my accident carrying about 5 clubs or so. Had lost weight. Now my docs do not want me carrying period. I have been using a Vintage Bag Boy from my car to the range which is about 400 yards. Have not tried to play yet because that little bit of pushing is hard on my back and legs. Would love to test it to see if I could walk by myself with that.

Now in all fairness and honesty I do not know even with it how my body will hold up it will be a gamble. It would be a good test for both me and the cart

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Stuart Bragg

Garden City Beach SC

I was walking some last year before my accident carrying about 5 clubs or so. Had lost weight. Now my docs do not want me carrying period. I have been using a Vintage Bag Boy from my car to the range which is about 400 yards. Have not tried to play yet because that little bit of pushing is hard on my back and legs. Would love to test it to see if I could walk by myself with that.

Now in all fairness and honesty I do not know even with it how my body will hold up it will be a gamble. It would be a good test for both me and the cart

Glad to hear you're back on your feet, and swinging to boot!

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HenryF

Cedar Park, TX

rarely walk a course, but would love to start walking more often.

Currently own a Clic Gear 3.5

In my  :callaway-small: 2018 Org14 Cart Bag I have:

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1 minute ago, yungkory said:

Glad to hear you're back on your feet, and swinging to boot!

Thanks man--- I have been playing the scrambles some and back around October played a few holes with my ball with MGSer John Smalls. As long as the weather is warm and not wet. Now yesterday I did not try it was 41* at starting time wet and the wind chill was about 36* or so. 

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Fishmo in Murfreesboro, Tn. Walk always. Play 5/6 times per week and walk and use a Bagboy push cart. Have been thinking about getting a electric “buggy” to make my walk more enjoyable and give me more energy for the end of the round. 

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Luis 

Alhambra, California

Walk 95% of my rounds

Currently use Clickgear 4.0

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Moe

Annapolis, MD

I walk all of my rounds at my home course, approximately 100 rounds a year.  I use a Spitzer electric push cart, not as expensive or as sophisticated as the Motocaddy; should give me insight to the advantages or disadvantages of Motocaddy.  Prior to purchase of the Spitzer RC pushed a Bag Boy push cart.

Walker, use Spitzer remote control cart.

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Dave

Freeport,IL

Walk about 25 rounds a season. I'd walk more with a electric trolley

Use a Bagboy Quad now.

Ping G410, 10.5 5.5 Evenflow , Ping G425 5 wood/ Ping Anser 20 degree hybrid/ Srixon ZX5, 5-PW/ Ping Glide 50,54, & 58ES/ Bettinardi Queen B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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First name: Brian

City, state: Wilmington Delaware

Push Cart Usage:  I use a Caddytek push cart 100% of the time at the home club and play weekly in season.

I think I would be a good tester.  First I am in the market for both a new bag and a new pushcart and would consider an electronic push cart.  Second, I can test this on our two and a half courses over rolling terrain.  Third, the majority of our members use push carts and showing off the Motocaddy would be good.  And finally, I will write a solid review.

Thanks for consideration.

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