Whether you are on three wheels or four, using a quality push cart to navigate the links is a great way to get your exercise in without the backaches. Sure, the clubhouse loaner push cart does the job, but having your own customized cart will provide an upgrade, and save you money in the long run. The materials and technology that go into these carts have come a long way in the past couple years and we here at Golf Gourmand think that it is a good time for everyone to ask the question, What can my push cart do for me?
Best Golf Push Carts
Clicgear Model 8
This user favorite is one of the sturdiest push carts on the market with the widest wheelbase out there. But don’t let this four-wheeled behemoth fool you, it collapses into a remarkable 15”x17”x27” size that is sure to fit in even the smallest of car trunks. Boasting not one, but two cupholders the Model 8 also comes with an umbrella stand and a ball net. Clicgear also makes many extra accessories that are easily installed to the Model 8.
Clicgear Model 3.5
This three-wheeled push cart is probably the most durable of the three wheeled models and collapses into a 13”x15”x24” cube. Weighing in at 18 pounds the Model 3.5 is highly portable, even when you are not rolling it around the course. With over 500+ reviews & a great rating this is a great value for the money.
Bag Boy Quad XL
Even though all the push carts on this list were easy to collapse after a few attempts, the Quad XL was the easiest to fold up on the first attempt. Using Bag Boy’s Top-Lok technology, the bag to cart attachment felt very secure. The wheelbase was more compact than others on this list but it did not seem to effect the cart’s performance. With 90+ reviews, and a high rating on Amazon, this push cart is an obvious winner.
Spin It Golf Products GCPro II
If you are not a fan of assembly, then you won’t be a fan of this cart. From box to clubhouse it took us almost 30 minutes to put this cart together. That’s 3 or 4 more holes we could have snuck in. The cart does not collapse but instead folds, taking up slightly more room in the garage. But with a lot of positive reviews and an unbelievable price, this push cart is a great deal.
CaddyTek One-Click Folding 4 Wheel Version 3
The CaddyTek one-click folding 4 wheel is pretty neat. With the second largest wheel base that we tested, this cart was also the lightest of the four-wheelers, weighing in at 17 pounds. We also found the built in cooler to be most useful when transporting our favorite non-alcoholic beverages. With solid reviews and a mid-range price point, you can’t go wrong with the CaddyTek.
CaddyTek SuperLite Deluxe
When CaddyTek says superlite they mean superlite. This three wheeled cart weighs only 12.2 pounds! The cart still includes a mesh net, umbrella holder and a cupholder. Assembly is required but not too difficult. Not only is it one of the lightest push carts on the market, it is also one of the most affordable.
Tangkula Swinel 3 Wheel Push Pull Cart Golf Trolley with Seat
For the price, this push cart is awfully nice. The included seat initially had us excited but it simply was not as sturdy as other seat attachments. Also, it has to be noted that the brakes only stop one of the back wheels. This wasted time trying to careful position the cart on hills. It still has many positive reviews and like we said earlier it’s extremely affordable.