Ease of Set-Up
On Course Impressions

OVERALL RATING: 93. GRADE: A. Clicgear has updated the design of their cart with the release of the Clicgear 3.0. The 3.0 retains the rugged good looks, solid build and rock-steady performance of the prior version. What’s new is an upgraded brake mechanism and significantly better storage space.

Our only reservations are the complexities of unfolding the Clicgear, which isn’t the most intuitive of processes, and the fact that when it’s folded up, it becomes an awkward-shaped cube.

All in all, the Clicgear 3.0 is a nice improvement to an already excellent product, and definitely one of the top golf push carts on the market.

We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the wide range of accessories that are available for Clicgear carts. Our favorite was the shoe brush (perfect for scraping off grass and other gunk that clumps on your spikes), but there’s a whole host of nifty add-ons, including a seat, cooler bag, and upgraded umbrella holder with adjustable angle.

Retail price: $229
Availability: Discontinued. Replaced by Clicgear 3.5+



84 / B


At 19 lbs. (as tested), the weight of the Clicgear 3.0 is a hair more than that of the prior version, and it is at the heavier end of the spectrum among the push carts we tested (compare this to the lightest cart, the Tour Trek Tahoe, at 10.5 lbs.). And it still folds into a bit of an unwieldy block. It’s an improvement on behemoths like the Sun Mountain Speed Cart V1 and V2, but we still found ourselves throwing it into the back seat, rather than spending time rearranging all of the junk that tends to accumulate in the trunk of the car in order to fit both a set of clubs and the Clicgear. Two sets of clubs and two Clicgears is beyond our feeble packing capabilities.

85 / B


Unfolding the Clicgear 3.0 is not the most intuitive process (interestingly, they no longer include an instructional DVD). Clicgear tries to make the 5-step process easier by making the critical knobs and levers bright red, but unless you have a Ph.D in origami, you may do a little bit of head-scratching each time you have to fold or unfold it.

92 / A-


92 / A-


The storage and accessories available on the Clicgear 3.0 include:

We also like the optional shoe brush that clips on to the frame of the cart (available for an additional $9.99). It can occasionally come unclipped if you’re too aggressive in your scrubbing, but is generally extremely useful for getting mud and dirt off of your spikes during a round.

94 / A


Review of Clicgear 3.0 Golf Push Cart

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The Clicgear 3.0 is still the coolest looking push cart on the market. Moving the front wheel lever away from the side of the wheel (as it was on the 2.0) and making it a button on the front takes away the image of a brightly colored brake caliper showing through the wheels of an exotic supercar, but it’s a minor quibble. The Clicgear 3.0 is available in kiwi (light green) black, blue, silver, red, orange, white and yellow. No matter which color you select, the trim color for the wheels, knobs and handles is always red.

90 / A-


With a retail price of $229.00, the Clicgear 3.0 is the second most expensive golf push cart among the units we tested. But with a nice feature set, solid fit and finish, and dependable performance on the course, the Clicgear 3.0 provides first-rate value.

7 Responses

  1. First off I would recommend this cart. It’s great but I have had two problems.  The new bottle holder is a disaster. It comes off the peg when you try to take the bottle out.  I have broken one while folding the cart and lost when taking it off before folding the cart and then talking or doing other post round things and driving off with it left in the parking lot.  The old bottle holder was fixed and worked just fine.  The other problem is with the new GPS holder thaqt I just bought.  On first use the cap that screws it down stripped, (the threads inside are plastic), very poor design.  I am returning it to TGW for a refund and going back to the generic holder that I altered to fit.  These two problems surprized me because otherwise the cart is perfect. 

  2. Yes i have a clicgear pull cart & after 1 year  i can not use it ,i play golf aprox 20 rounds . T he problum i have is where the handle snaps into the body of the cart is broken which i can not use it  Please ,,Please help me out..Has any one have this suituation..i may have buy a differend brand,,

  3. Just bought this a few weeks back and noticed that the handle is not aligned to the front wheel. Returned it back to base and said that it is designed that way. I find it a bit odd. Is this the same setup as everybody else? Or is it a manufacturing fault?

  4. I have had a Clicgear 3.0 for just over 2 years. In terms of looks, style, functionality, it is great. After one year the aluminium tubing snapped on a bend on the push handle. When dismantled, there is a drill hole going through this point making it a weak spot. I got it welded and have used it all year with no problem until last week. The other side snapped at the same time as the plastic support where it folds on the top section. Result was half a trolley a mile from the clubhouse. I contacted the company I bought it off, “out of warranty”. I can buy replacement parts for £50. Contacted Clicgear Hong Kong, no reply. Contacted Clicgear USA, they said they would forward on my picture to head office. Its a great trolley but…. there is a major design issue drilling holes on bends, just beware, it should last more than 2 years for £179 shouldn’t it?

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