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Golf Push- or Pull-Carts

Sun Mountain Reflex Cart

Great cart but still some bugs that need to be worked out

Valleygolfer

Pros: Small foot print; Keeps bag stable; Great asthetics and design of frame;

Cons: Steering component is a serious issue & comes with shoddy adjustment tool; A little heavy on the back wheels; Lacking some storage;

Sun Mountain just released a new hi tech cart called the "Reflex". I have been using it now for about 2 weeks and have formed an impression of it.   It was pretty much ready to go out of the box with minor assembly. I put it together sans reading the instructions for the most part. The hardest part was removing the protective plastic.   I think the cart looks beautiful folds and...
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Great, Light Weight Cart
Great, Light Weight Cart

Sun Mountain 2012 Micro Cart

Pros: It beats the crap out of anything you'll rent. Lightweight and maneuverable.

Cons: A bit annoying to fit in the trunk with the golf bag, but I think worth the effort. Pricey.

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Sun Mountain Reflex Cart

Sun Mountain Reflex Cart

“Sun Mountain just released a new hi tech cart called the "Reflex". I have been using it now for about 2 weeks and have formed an impression of it.   It was pretty much ready to go out of the box with minor assembly. I put it together sans reading the instructions for the most part. The hardest part was removing the protective plastic.   I think the cart looks beautiful folds and...” --Valleygolfer

0% Positive Reviews
Sun Mountain 2012 Micro Cart

Sun Mountain 2012 Micro Cart

“Like most golfers, I love to walk the course. I'm not the biggest fan of carrying however, so I tested a few push carts at Dick's and settled on the 2012 Sun Mountain Micro Cart. I've had it for a season now. Since I usually would rent a crappy cart whenever I would play, it made sense to just buy a nice one. The money I've saved now that I no longer rent has probably paid for the cart already....” --JetFan1983

100% Positive Reviews
Clicgear Model 3.5+ Push Cart

Clicgear Model 3.5+ Push Cart

“I have always enjoyed walking. Always feel much more connected to the round, feel like i can learn the course better etc. However, of late some lower back nerve problems have really slowed me down. Shoulders would be pretty tired after a round also. After reading some reviews i bit the bullet and bought a clicgear 3.5+ as a reference this is my first cart of any kind. Honestly, after 3 rounds i...” --oregongolfguy

100% Positive Reviews
CaddyTek One-click Folding 4-wheel Golf Push Cart, CaddyCruiser ONE, White

CaddyTek One-click Folding 4-wheel Golf Push Cart, CaddyCruiser ONE, White

“I bought this cart after deciding that paying $4 for the lousy pull cart rentals was a sucker's plan with the frequency of my playing golf and at $99, this cart made a ton of sense, financially. However, after buying it, I couldn't have been more pleased with its performance.   The cart is really easy to use. Set up out of the box takes under 5 minutes and requires no tools. On the off...” --dkolo

100% Positive Reviews
Ogio Mens X4 Synergy Push Cart

Ogio Mens X4 Synergy Push Cart

Ogio X4 Synergy Push Cart The simple single-fold point of the Ogio X4 Synergy Push Cart allows your golf bag to remain on the cart during folding and unfolding, and the large stable base allows the cart and bag to be stored in an upright position. The handle locks securely in the closed position and opens with an easy push of the thumb. A in.Wide Track in. wheelbase provides for excellent...

Sun Mountain Speed Cart V1

Sun Mountain Speed Cart V1

Sun Mountain Speed Cart V1 The Sun Mountain Speed Cart V1 was one of the pioneers of the entire push cart category. Since its initial launch, Sun Mountain has refined the Speed Cart V1 into the efficient, must-have push cart for course walker that it is today. The ergonomic handle is adjustable to place your hands in their most comfortable, natural position. The easily-accessible top console is...

Clicgear Model 3.0

Clicgear Model 3.0

“ I bought a second push cart to go along with our Sun Mountain Speed Cart with inflatable tires. I got tired of toting my bag when I played with my wife. After reading several reviews it came down to the Clic or the Sun Mountain Micro Cart. We needed a space saving cart to get everthing in the car. After the Rolling Hills Country Club was nice enough to loan me the Micro Cart for a round, I...” --bunnyboy

100% Positive Reviews
Clicgear 2.0 Golf Push Cart

Clicgear 2.0 Golf Push Cart

Clicgear Push Cart 2.0 folds to a sub-compact 24" x 15" 13", easily making it the most compact push cart available. The 2008 Model 2.0 features an easier to open design, new maintenance free airless tires, improved Positive Lock Brake system, and a new storage bracket for your umbrella tube. The full size console features an improved beverage holder, and also has a...

Bag Boy Quad Push Cart (Black)

Bag Boy Quad Push Cart (Black)

“   I’ve never considered purchasing a cart until recently.  I have a nice carry bag but it’s getting a bit heavy and after renting a crappy pull cart during a recent round which my bag didn’t fit well on I decided it’s time to get my own cart. I found a nice three wheeled bagboy on clearance and almost made the purchase until I saw the quad.  Taking it down from a high...” --joejo

100% Positive Reviews
RJ Sports 2 Wheel Pull Cart

RJ Sports 2 Wheel Pull Cart

RJ Sports 2 Wheel Pull Cart The RJ Sports 2 Wheel Pull Cart features a one-step convenient collapsible set up and extra strong lightweight steel frame construction. Durable, easy-to-install wheels with anti-slide tread make walking the course easier than ever. Additional features: Comfortable pull handle Tee, ball and scorecard holder Nylon bag straps with snap-lock buckles Water bottle included

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