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Golf Cart Prototype, what u think?

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I had to sell my trusty cart when I moved, so I came up with this... What you think? It has 4 Cup holders, Ipod speakers, and lots of storage space for anything u may need! Also folds up quite nicely!

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I think you need to put a fully embroidered staff bag on there to give it more swagger. The spoke reflectors are a nice touch.

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Originally Posted by hanalei

I had to sell my trusty cart when I moved, so I came up with this... What you think? It has 4 Cup holders, Ipod speakers, and lots of storage space for anything u may need! Also folds up quite nicely!

Are you built like an orangutan with a short frame and really long arms? If not, you're gonna love the sore back and driver smacking you in the face all day. I've pushed a lot of strollers and they're not meant for above average sized men.

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The rear storage compartment can hold your Depends (when you get a little older and you need diapers)! Then again with all those drink holders Depends may not be a bad idea.

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As long as you're happy to dislocate your shoulder when you pull clubs out.

Well, maybe a simple modification to the front tray could solve that. Trim out the web part of the tray and leave just the front rail. Bag should settle down further towards the foot rest and lie at a shallower angle. That should help the shoulder issues... Unless the thing is still being used by baby Hanalei, in which case, you could hinge the tray up to allow the cart to slide further down. Then hinge it back for Baby use.

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When I needed a new cart a few years ago and money was thight, I considered a used stroller but quickly dismissed the idea because of all the heckling I'd get at the club!!!!

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Classic.  You obviously have figured out how to integrate golf with your busy family life.  Extra points for being thrifty and resourceful.

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