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First round with new Clicgear 3.0 yesterday

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I much prefer to walk when I play and have been thinking about making the switch from stand bag to using a pushcart for sometime.  Yesterday was beautiful outside so before I headed out to the course I stopped by Dicks and looked at the carts.  With the time change and fact that i can play after work now i felt it was time so i picked up a clicgear 3.0 in black and headed out to the course.  I unboxed it in the parking lot because i couldn't wait to use it.  After 9 holes I can safely say this maybe be the best golf related purchase i'll ever make.  It was one of the most enjoyable rounds I've ever played.  I hate playing with things in my pockets so having the console and net are great.  The lack of shoulder fatigue I usually have from carrying my bag when coming down the stretch wasn't there and my swing rewarded me for it.  It's going to be a good season.


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Enjoy it. I still believe that my ClicGear 2.0 was one of the best golf purchases I made also. I needed something that folded small but was great on the course, and the ClicGear has performed amazingly. The 3.0 seems to have addressed my minor concerns with the 2.0 which is the compartment was a little small, and the brake was a unique process. I don't think that it will ever get to the point where the 2.0 will stop functioning, so I might have to gift it to someone else to get the 3.0 or the 4.0 when it comes out.

I play so much better when walking, and the ClicGear has allowed me to golf more and spend less money riding around the course.

So, enjoy it, keep it clean and it will perform flawlessly.

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