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JoshKeller

best pull cart for $150?

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I do alot of walking when I golf, and the $30 cheap plastic cart I've been using for 2 years just isnt cutting it anymore. I'd like to invest in a nice 3 wheel push/pull cart. My budget is about $150. Looking on ebay, I can get a full blown bells and whistle cart with seat, etc for $140, or a lighter cart for $125. anyone have any personal favorites?
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I've been wanting a push cart for a few weeks but I'm trying to hold off until winter when I'm hoping some will go on clearance. But in the meantime, if you have the patience to wait a couple days for the right auction on ebay, I've seen new Sun Mountain Speed Carts (V1) go for 140-150+shipping on there, and used in real good condition for 120-130ish. I've also seen some clicgear 3.0's go in the low 160's. From everywhere I've looked, those are your best bets if you have 150 to spend.

Also, rockbottomgolf.com has the clicgear 3.0's for 189, and I think they're doing free shipping this weekend. So while that's considerably more than 150, it's the cheapest you'd find it outside of ebay.
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Look into the Riksha. Lots of courses use them as their rentals, because the 20" wheels make rolling it a breeze. One finger.
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Clicgear is very popular it makes walking very easy. I think they were having some deals with it at $160.
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ive got the clicgear 2.0 and I like it, although i dont have experience with any other cart. Im sure the Sunmountain cart is just as good if not better. I know it has air filled wheels where the clicgear doesnt, so it might be a little different
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I have this and paid £79 for it, not sure how much they are in the US?

I have used it for a few rounds now and it is ace
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I picked up Sun Mountain's Speed Cart V1 last year and couldn't be happier with it. I don't know if anything better has come out since, but I exhaustively researched all of the major offerings at the time and it was definitely the most solid option.

If you look at any online reviews, don't pay attention to people saying that the tires go flat. That may have been a problem with past models, but the current Speed Carts have high quality solid foam wheels. It even has an optional seat attachment.
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One other thing to mention before you buy (especially if you have a stand bag) . . .

Go to a golf mega-store, find the bag you have, and place it on the demo of push cart you are thinking about purchasing. Certain stand bags will sit better in some push carts than others. For what it's worth, my Titleist Lightweight Stand Bag fits in the Speed Cart V1 perfectly.
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I was searching for a pull cart for over a month. I finally ended up buying the Tour Trek 1 click collapsible cart from Golfsmith. I got it for $99. It was on sale for $119 and had a $20 off coupon. Great cart built for the avid golf walker and for a stand bag. If you are looking to get a pull cart for cheap I would recommend the Tour Trek. It is only $120 now and here is 15% percent free shipping code for Golsmith website jxt012cvn. Good luck and hope this helps.

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