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post #19 of 21

I have had my clicker cart for about three weeks now.  Like anything new you just have to practice opening and closing it a few times.

 

Takes about ten seconds.  Like others have said watch a few utube videos and then practice what you see.

 

The course I play the most is very hilly and in some places steep.  The cart roles up and down the hill with ease.  There are times when going down a long cart path that I have to use the break as a drag to stop the cart from pulling away works great.

 

I bought a refurbished cart from clicgear.  So far I have used my cart 6 times and by the end of summer it will have paid for itself in cart fees.

 

I have drilled a hole on the left hand side for my pencil (opposite of were the tees are placed) makes it easier for me to access.  Don't like sliding pencil under bungee cord.   I also have a umbrella that works great to help give some shade.  Might get a seat for it in the future.

 

One other bonus so far walking over ridding I find more balls on the course.

 

Just my 2 cents worth you millage may very.

 

WWR:beer: 

post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by Zeph View Post
 

You have to push and pull in the right places, but it's no hazzle to set up or pack down. Takes me 10-15 minutes each way. It doesn't spring out all by itself, but if you follow the instructions, it's no problem.

 

I love the cart. It's my first, so I don't have anything to compare it to, but I'm very pleased with it. It feels sturdy, rolls well and gives me what I want from a pushcart.

10-15 minutes?  Holy cow...I've got mine up and ready in 10-15 seconds.

 

BTW, love mine and I also have the seat. Sturdy and as comfortable as a plastic seat would be.  Easy to install.

post #21 of 21

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Hot today so pulled out the old umbrella and it made a world of difference.   Everywhere I went I had shade and so far I figure with the money I have saved up since I bought this this cart is half way payed for.  Birthday is coming up and I think one of my kids is purchasing the seat for me.   Next purchase is the clicgear or similar umbrella with the air flow slots.

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