Perhaps I did not notice but does the Clicgear come with an umbrella holder, beverage cup holder?
the real concern was the front wheel it seems awfully close to where the bottom of the bag lays.
I cannot speak about the durability, all push carts seem to be built equal.
Thanks for your response, I did a bit of research as was curious what the difference was. In regards to the 652 - These are the British Ben Hogan Power Thrust, licensed to Slazenger. The Equalizer being the name conned to the Pitching wedge and the Exploder the name of the Sand wedge.
I'm hoping to find them a new home on ebay, nice clubs but wasted on me.
The ClicGear is, IMO, going to last the longest and be the most durable.
I don't know what you mean about "you must buy the accessories." You don't need to buy any, and the ones you might want to buy also don't often come with the other carts, either.
I was going to say I’ve been to a few places that are anal about push carts on tee boxes. It is odd but whatever.
Being a cart only course, I’ve seen way too many idiots do stupid things. Most involve flipping carts one way or another. Or driving into ditches.