There’s more than on-course performance to consider with a golf push cart, and the Big Max Blade IP stands out with it’s folded ultra-slim design.
The Sun Mountain Pathfinder 3 push cart has all the features you can ask for: light weight, maneuverability, tons of storage, and easy portability.
Tom reviews the four-wheeled Big Max Blade Quattro Push Cart, and tells you why it should be on your list if you’re considering a new cart for this year.
Is it possible for the Sun Mountain Speed Cart GT to dethrone Matt’s beloved Clic Gear? Find out in this review.
Matt Meeker found the Big Max Autofold FF to be among the best carts in golf. Find out why in this review.
Big Max Golf thinks they have created the most compact and sturdy three-wheeled cart on the market. Read this review to see if their IQ+ push cart lives up to its hype.
GolferPal’s Easy Pal push cart is a one-touch automatic folding/unfolding push cart. Read our review to find out if this cart is worth checking out or just another push cart gimmick.
Clicgear has already made the perfect push cart, the 3.5+. Now they are looking to bring their innovative designs to a broader market with the more affordable Rovic RV1C.
It’s hard to improve on perfection, but the Clicgear 3.5+ push cart has done just that. Read this review to find out what makes the 3.5+ superior to its predecessors and all other carts.
Is the Alphard Duo a bag built into a cart or a cart built around a bag? Either way, it’s the most fun, convenient way to push your clubs around the course.