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post #19 of 24

Bag Boy Quad. Used it over 160 rounds this year. Easy to set up, and a small footprint when folded (important with a Civic). I have a Revolution LE bag, and it locks in tight on the cart. Never gets loose after a few holes.

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Originally Posted by stevejason View Post

Bag Boy Quad. Used it over 160 rounds this year. Easy to set up, and a small footprint when folded (important with a Civic). I have a Revolution LE bag, and it locks in tight on the cart. Never gets loose after a few holes.

 

with the quad, is there any difficulty in turning ?     Seems with 2 non-swiveling front wheels, would be more difficult to turn than a single front wheel ?

post #21 of 24

 If I need to make a hard 90 degree turn, I just push down on the handle and pivot on the back wheels. Much more stable than my old three wheeler. If my game required me to go in circles a lot, I might consider a model with a swiveling front wheel.a3_biggrin.gif
 

post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by stevejason View Post

Bag Boy Quad. Used it over 160 rounds this year. Easy to set up, and a small footprint when folded (important with a Civic). I have a Revolution LE bag, and it locks in tight on the cart. Never gets loose after a few holes.

 

160 rounds.....cart or no cart, that's AWESOME. 

I'll never purchase another Bag Boy cart because of my experience with my Mini GT (below) but it's hard to argue against 160 rounds.  That being said, this thread has prodded me to buy a lightly used Clicgear on Craigslist.  I'm looking forward to walking the course a lot more this fall.  I enjoy my rounds more and usually shoot a lower score when I walk the course. 

 

Bag Boy Mini GT Push Cart-2009

post #23 of 24
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I'll never purchase another Bag Boy cart because of my experience with my Mini GT

Bag Boy Mini GT Push Cart-2009

Hated my Mini Gt, always fell over, even the wind would blow it over. Clicgear is ten times the cart!

post #24 of 24

I've had a Clicgear 2.0 for 4 years, the only damage has been a small plastic piece which broke off this year (part of the attaching mechanism for the elastic straps) -- no problem as the straps still attach perfectly well without it. I love the cart and I'm sure the 3.0 has some improvements. Best part of a push cart over a pull cart, IMHO, is the umbrella attachment on very sunny days. You stay out of direct sun for most of the round and for geezers like me, it makes a big difference after three or four hours.  

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