March 19th, 2010
As more people walk with push carts they keep asking me for recommendations, so I decided to play a few rounds and come up with a great push cart you should use this season. Keep reading to learn about my choice, the Golf Digest Gold Medal winning Trekker Caddy TC3 Freestyle Push Cart.
Trekker Caddy TC3 Freestyle Push CartAfter playing a few rounds with different push carts I decided on a newcomer, the Trekker Caddy TC3 Freestyle Push Cart. Unlike almost all other push carts, the TC3 sits very low to the ground and has an adjustable handle. While this may not sound like a big deal, the flat-bottom frame distributes weight evenly and keeps the cart's center of gravity much lower than other carts. The result is a much stabler and easier to push cart. The adjustable handle means you can actually be comfortable pushing instead of reaching up or down. After all, the cart should accommodate you, right? A couple other nice features include the unit's ability to fold into a tight little package, smaller than comparable carts. Plus you don't have to remove wheels! The Trekker Caddy TC3 has a brake system with a push-button release conveniently located at the top of the handle, right in the middle. Anybody who's had to bend down and search for a brake release on a cart frame knows the benefit of being able to flip a switch their thumb to get rolling again! The wheels are injection molded so they're sturdy, quiet and lightweight, and the ball bearings they rotate on are sealed -- so bad weather and nasty course conditions won't ruin your ride.
Trekker Caddy TC3 Benefits
- Push design promotes upright walking posture and utilizes your body weight and forward momentum
- T-shaped low frame produces a low center of gravity for better balance and distributes the bag's weight evenly for easier pushing and greater stability
- Hollow-tube aircraft aluminum frame is rigid yet lightweight
- Locking, adjustable handle for comfortable use regardless of golfer height
- 1-piece wheels and sealed bearings for durable, quiet operation
- Push-button brake release located on handle