We once were nonbelievers…carrying our bags regardless of the length of the course, elevation changes, and temperature. But as our shoulders and back gradually feel the effects of time, and common sense starts to override whether we will take flack from our buddies, we have become push cart converts.
Carts these days aren’t what they used to be. Current push carts are lighter, use solid tires (no more flats or slow leaks), provide more storage capacity, and can fold to compact sizes that allow them to fit in even the smallest of trunks. They come in a variety of colors, and you know what? They don’t even look half bad.
In addition to our favorites (the Sun Mountain Micro Cart and Clicgear 3.0), we’ve tested the best golf push carts available and compare them across a number of categories. We break down size and weight, how easy they are to set up (one requires some background in origami), our on course impressions, storage capacity, style and overall value. In the end, there is a cart that fits every need and budget, and we wholeheartedly recommend their use as great back and shoulder savers. And with a little more rest for the body during the round, you’ll have that much more energy to focus on your shots and drop a few strokes from your score.
For all the details, check out Critical Golf’s golf push cart reviews.

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  1. I’ve had a clicgear 3.0 for a little over two years now and can’t be more pleased. Most of the time I feel like it is wheeling itself, it is so well balanced.

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