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by Jacob Arndt Date Added: Tuesday 19 July, 2011
After much debate I decided to purchase this cart in the hopes that it would make a difference at tournaments that run multiple days. I saved up for a few months by selling plastic I wasn't throwing on eBay as there was no way I would get my wife to agree with buying this cart (mainly b/c I have a broken down stroller I use sometimes). After putting this cart through it's paces this past weekend at a 2 day, 54 hole tournament in 95 degree weather it is without question, worth every single penny. I'm 30 years old and carry on average between 20-30 discs depending on the course; many of which are duplicates and various degrees of broken in. Because of the heat, I also needed both beverage slots on my Carolina bag filled with water/powerade. I have no idea how much my bag weighs loaded like this, but at the end of 2 rounds my body is absolutely shot. At the end of the first day, I felt like I could easily go back out and shoot another 36 holes. This isn't an exaggeration and I cannot state how happy I am with the go-cart. It's light (I was easily able to lift it fully loaded up narrow rocky terrain) durable, and rolls with very little effort. Everyone I played with had sore necks and shoulders from carrying the weight of their bag all day. For the first time in 4 years of competitive play I wasn't sore a bit. The back rest is probably my favorite feature. It takes all of the tension and weight off of your back that you still have when you sit in chairs that don't have a back rest. My only critiques would be the putter pocket being too tight (not a big deal since your bag's putter pocket is right by your knees when sitting) and the apparent lack of an umbrella holder. There is a Velcro strap on the side that could be used for it, but a custom rod or tube would be icing on the cake.

If you can justify the purchase but are still on the fence about the worth of this cart, I assure you regret will not be one of the emotions you fell when you use it.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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Disc Golf (also known as "Frisbee Golf" and "Folf" or "Frolf" and even "Disk Golf") is played much like traditional golf. Players throw flying discs (golf discs or Frisbees®) from a tee area toward a Disc Golf Basket or Target. The object: complete the hole by putting your golf disc in the basket in the fewest number of throws. Formalized in the 1970s, disc golf is governed by the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA). There are more than 1,750 disc golf courses worldwide, with over 1,400 in the USA.