I use a push cart in the summer. Actually, I have used a push cart for 20 years in the summer. I find that using this very important piece of equipment I am able to play my best golf in the heat of the summer. Of course I think my three-wheeled cart is the best, but my friend Blair uses a four-wheeled cart and says it is the cats pajamas. I am not convinced because I pushed his bucket of bolts and it was a tough grind.
As it turns out, I am not the only golfer who thinks that a three-wheeled cart is the way to go:
I have used a three-wheeled cart for 16 years (my first cart had two wheels and I never really liked it) and have not looked back.
I find a three-wheeled cart to be easier to maneuver, easy to push and light weight. These three things are huge in the heat of summer. It is difficult enough golfing in hot weather without having to push a challenging cart up and down hills. Additionally, my new Clic Gear cart helps carry everything I need to enjoy my game. Interestingly, I recently found out where I can carry my umbrella on my cart instead of in my bag….this was a recent plus for sure.
Obviously it is your choice how many wheels your golf cart has; but I suggest, actually recommend that three is the optimal number! It really comes down to what cart is best and mine has three wheels.
How many wheels does your golf cart have?
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!