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Need A New Push Cart For My Bag....Any Suggestions?

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I am in the market to buy a push cart to walk the course and get some more exercise....tell me your opinion on which to buy and why....? Thanx for the help in advance and look forward to your suggestions. :-D
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I have a Cliq Gear. Very good quality build and folds pretty compact. If that is important to ou, also take a look at the Sun Mountain Micro Cart. My buddy has one and it is very light and compact.
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I am in the market to buy a push cart to walk the course and get some more exercise....tell me your opinion on which to buy and why....? Thanx for the help in advance and look forward to your suggestions.

I have a Clicgear and it is far and away the best cart I've ever had.

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How are the straps to secure your bag...high quality and durable. Also, is the cart strong and able to take the beating. I have seen the Clicgear advertised for $179 on sale...
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I own a micro cart by sunmountain  and love it, it folds up very small so it can be loaded in a trunk very easy,also 4 wheels give it added stability.

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I used to push  a Bag Boy 3 wheel cart, which I replaced with a Bag Boy Quad after I backed over it .  The Quad now resides in my outbuilding gathering dust and I bought a Sun Mountain Speed Cart to replace it.  The Quad pushed much harder than either of my 3 wheel carts.

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Get a good 2-wheel pull cart. Smaller, less expensive and more agile than the 3 and 4 wheel baby buggies that make you look like a nanny.

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I recently bought a Flip 'n Go 4 wheeler and love it - my 5yo 3 wheeled Smoothy finally died in action. Super easy to open and to fold - literally 5 seconds - well balanced and easier to push. Plenty of storage space, umbrella holder, drink holder etc.
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Another vote for the Clic Gear. I too made fun of the push carts until I tried one but it's hard to argue with this model. Durable, compact when folded and very stable.

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