Golf equipment is as numerous as it is cumbersome and clunky. Carrying it around the large golf courses is not always the easiest job. Let us see then what is the best golf push cart for 2017 has to make this chore if just a little bit easier
CaddyTek EZ-Fold is a vehicle that does a lot of things right. For a start, there is a sturdy, yet very lightweight 31-inch aluminum body. Second, large wheels are big enough to make traversing any kind of terrain very simple.
Although the cart could benefit from the fourth wheel, the three-wheel set provides sufficient stability. The handle is ergonomic, and the padded surface makes pushing the cart comfortable even after the prolonged periods of use.
The added storage compartment provides enough space for any additional equipment, and it also features a built-in cooler.
As the name suggests, Bag Boy Quad XL is a four-wheel trolley, which, at the start, means added stability. The maintenance-free foam tires will prove to be up to the task for any terrain.
This time, the brake is on the handle which means you will be able to locate it and use it very quickly. As for the handlebar, it's very durable and easy to use.
Bag Boy Quad XL is very light (it weighs only 22,5 lbs) and its dimensions of 24 x 17 x 16 inches are more than acceptable. The spacious storage bag bellow the scorecard is always a plus.
Although the weight of 19.5 lbs position the Clicgear 3.5+ amongst the heavier three-wheelers, the cart is still very comfortable to use, and the great variety of available accessories (like, for example, the shoe brush) are there to make the golfing experience even more engaging and entertaining.
The brake mechanism is positioned just under the push handle which makes braking very easy. The cart also features three holes for storing tea, an elastic band designed to hold down a scorecard, umbrella mount, and a fantastic storage net.
Three wheels (2 x 11'' and one 8'' wheel) are maintenance free and perform very well on all types of terrain. The handle is ergonomic and can be adjusted into four different pushing positions.
The brake mechanism leaves much to be desired, but it does what it does fine. Bag holder fits all types of available bags, so the cart allows a certain amount customization.
Aimed at convenience more than performance, CaddyTek SuperLite Deluxe makes a lot of sense as a first-time golf cart.
With all the things said, it’s hard to escape the impression that, in spite of some obvious flaws, the Bag Boy Quad XL does a lot of important things exceptionally well. For a start, as the only four-wheeled entry on this list, Quad XL ought to have an advantage.
Second, the storage capacity is quite substantial. Granted, the cart's frame and the weight of the full load may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it's always good to have a choice. The handbrake system works like a charm. Some other entries on this list may serve specific purposes better (for example, CaddyTek SuperLite Deluxe is a perfect beginner’s cart), but when it comes to the overall performance, Quad XL easily takes the number one spot.