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Best electric push cart?


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On 2/1/2024 at 6:46 AM, David Leighton Reid said:

I have used an Alphard unit with a CaddyTek push cart since last June and really enjoy it.  I personally prefer to use the remote control instead of the follow capabilities.  You can check it out at alphardgolf.com.

I also have an Alphard with the CaddyTec V8. I love mine. I also prefer the remote control.

I could play golf every day and learn something new each round. 

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I currently have the Stewart Q Follow and would not recommend it. I've used  a few different ones now and would say The Motocaddy M7 is probably the best followed closely by MGI Zip Navigator. 

I'm super curious about the Stride Zero Friction--we should see soon... 

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On 2/11/2024 at 3:00 PM, knotthead17 said:

I currently have the Stewart Q Follow and would not recommend it. I've used  a few different ones now and would say The Motocaddy M7 is probably the best followed closely by MGI Zip Navigator. 

I'm super curious about the Stride Zero Friction--we should see soon... 

@Gleb here's more detail on the Stewart 

 

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7 minutes ago, knotthead17 said:

@Gleb here's more detail on the Stewart 

 

Here’s mine. It’s the Alphard V2 with a CaddyTek V8 swivel front wheel. Highly recommended! Been going for three years now. 

 

My daughter wants to take it from me!

I could play golf every day and learn something new each round. 

Callaway Paradym TD 9* Driver w/5 Dot Newton tipped shaft

TaylorMade 11.5* Mini Driver w/stiff stock shaft

Ping 425 Max 3 wood w/Stiff Steadfast Jupiter 1 shaft

Titleist PT 17 Medal Wood w/steel shaft

New Level 4-PW 902PD Irons w/6.5 ProjectX IO shafts

PXG 311 Gen 3 52 & 56 Wedges w/ Xstiff KBS TourLite shafts

Ping Anser Putter

Callaway Chrome Tour X

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I've used the Alphard club booster v2 for about 2 years now. I love that I can pick whichever cart I want and it will work with it.  Im using a Clicgear and my husband is using a Bagboy quad. I have no complaints except that I bought the articulating front wheels for my Clicgear and it makes it much larger when folded up.  

It's the equipment,not the player....totally convinced. 

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After a bit of a layoff taking care of a sick family member, recently joined at a local club that's quite hilly so electric push cart would be a game changer. Seems the consensus is remote is great, but must have would be a gyro if so? Anyone have experience on particularly hilly courses and if that changes which are the best options in terms of stability and steep climbs/downhills/sidehills?

Driver: default_titelist-small.jpg.af6c79e031d0a7016fffa91ce0212512.jpg TSi2 9.0* w/ Tensei blue stiff shaft // 3 Wood: default_titelist-small.jpg.af6c79e031d0a7016fffa91ce0212512.jpg TSi3 15* Tensei white stiff shaft

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21 hours ago, Curtis Atkinson said:

After a bit of a layoff taking care of a sick family member, recently joined at a local club that's quite hilly so electric push cart would be a game changer. Seems the consensus is remote is great, but must have would be a gyro if so? Anyone have experience on particularly hilly courses and if that changes which are the best options in terms of stability and steep climbs/downhills/sidehills?

The Stewart Active Terraine Control is what sold me on the Vertx.  Having used it for 2 rounds - I am impressed with how it deals with hills.  The down hill control is particularly impressive. 

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