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I've got a ClicGear 3.5+ that I've been very happy with.  It's very well built.  Solid construction.  My only issue with it is that it doesn't fold up that small.  It's pretty bulky in the back of my car. 

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Clickgear is my suggestion. I have one the first, original models.  I just check the tire pressure once/twice a year, and give it a lube job. The critter is indestructible, and will easily last longer than my golfing days will. 

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I purchased the Sun Mountain Speed Cart V1 Sport last year and never looked back. I have a cart style bag and that thing rolls so effortlessly and smooth. Another plus is there are no straps to break or wear out over time.

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I have a push cart but to tell the truth I'd rather carry seven clubs in a sunday bag. My Ping quiver must weigh less than a pound and has a nice single strap.

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I'm trying my best to wear out my very inexpensive Orlimar cart so I can get a Sun Mountain or Clic Gear. It was about $59 and I cant break it! 

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  • 3 weeks later...
On April 11, 2016 at 8:34 AM, CoachKG1984 said:

I want to do more walking this summer, but I don't enjoy carrying my bag.  Recommendations for a push cart?  I'm going to look on Ebay to see if I can find something.  

Clic gear 3.5+ is what I use. It's a great cart, no issues to report. Solid purchase. 

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I went from a Sun Mountain V1 to the Clicgear 3.5.  I personally think the Clicgear is a much better cart.  The only issue I have is that my  Sun Mountain Four 5 bag rubs the wheel.  However, CG has a clip booster that is supposed to fix that problem but they are out of stock.  I'll let you know how it works.

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