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sssmokin

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Just ordered a lime green clicgear 3 wheel push cart. I have a bad leg, but want to try walking FLAT courses for 9 holes to see how it holds up. These really look slick. Anyone have one that can throw in some more info? I couldn't use it on my home course because it is very hilly and long distances between some greens and the next tee. But for some flat courses I play, it should work well. :faintthud
http://www.edwinwattsgolf.com/golf-...push-cart-2008_10001_10001_135465_-1_1129.htm
 

Eracer

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I have a Sun Mountain push cart that I like a lot. I like the airless tires on the Clic. Good looking cart. I'm sure you'll love it.
 

Irish

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I have one, its great. Very well made, easy to store, easy to assemble, you'll really like it, its a great piece of kit
 

Cray

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I have been using a Clicgear for a year. I like it. Had one flat and
then put puncture seal in all tires and have not had another problem.

I like its small footprint when folded. It rolls easy and carries everything
easily. I use an older model Sun Mountain C-130 bag and really like the setup.
 

eclark53520

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Arent the new clicgear's tires airless? I think the originals had pneumatic tires but the second gen's dont have those anymore probably for that exact reason

I have never used one but i have played with a few guys that have them and they all like them alot, say they will never use a different cart
 

mddubya

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I have a cheapo push cart, but I find I can't carry enough beer with it, so I usually ride. :laugh:
 
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mddubya posted: I have a cheapo push cart, but I find I can't carry enough beer with it, so I usually ride. :laugh:
That's a good point. I'll use it for emergencies only.........LOL.
 

cougr

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FYI-customer service told me they were working on a cooler that will attach to the cart for sometime in 09. I think that is the only thing missin' on this cart.
 

zaphod

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I have been using Sun Mountain cart for 1 year and loving it. That clic-Cart looks most excellent. Boots on the ground is my favorite flavor of golf.

have fun
 

slickpitt

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I have a bag boy pull cart. Nothing special, but keeps the weight off my knees. I'll look into getting something better sooner or later... but for now I've got other fish to fry! :)
 

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