Traditional golf buggies – all you need is a little push

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GOLFERS not currently interested in having mechanised assistance in getting their gear around the course might find this range of must-have trusty and traditional push buggies perfect for their needs.

 

 

Bag Boy 3_292Bag Boy C3 Push Cart

The Bag Boy C3 Push Cart will transport your golf bag with ease. It folds easily with a simple three-step fold for compact storage when travelling.

With a strong aluminium, weather resistant frame, rounded handle and all weather grip, the Bag Boy C3 Push Cart will hold from season to season.

The extra deep scorecard holder includes golf ball storage and a smart phone holder. The upper bag bracket is cart and stand bag compatible and is designed to lock in stand bags.

The Bag Boy C3 Push Cart will make for the perfect travel companion as it’s extremely lightweight (6.8kgs) and folds easily into a compact bundle.

Available in three colours – silver/black, white/yellow and black.

Bag Boy C3 Push Cart RRP $299

 

Riksha 3000 198Riksha R-3000

Designed especially for the individual golfer, the Riksha R-3000 is a perfect companion on the green with its large airless EVA wheels. Constructed from high quality aluminium and propylene plastic to provide the user with a less rigid feel on the course the Riksha R-3000 boasts a range of must have qualities in a golf cart.

This push cart also boasts a higher handle than many push carts, making it much easier to use while causing less arm and back strain compared to carts with lower handles.

Unlike other carts, the Riksha R-3000 is designed to be pushed, rather than pulled making it less strenuous to move.

Securing your bag to the Riksha R-3000 is very simple with the 50mm Velcro strap to secure the top of the bag, and the stretch cord to hold the bottom of your bag firmly in place on the High Density PE plastic bag rests.

Getting your clubs out is also a dream with the constructed frame which holds the bag more upright than normal allowing you to find each club easily.

Storing is made easy, simply pull the four pins allowing you to quickly remove the handle and wheels to flat pack and put away in the garage or the boot of your car.

With its lightweight construction and painless manoeuvring you will be zipping around the green and enjoying your game as you have a pleasant golfing experience with your new push cart.

Riksha R-3000 RRP $329

 

Riksha 1000Riksha R-1000

Virtually maintenance free, the Riksha R-1000 has been created especially for golf clubs and fleet operators in mind. Designed from a 25mm piece of round anodised rust-resistant aluminium, forming a dual frame the Riksha R-1000 is a strong and durable cart.

With its lightweight composition weighing in at only 6.5kgs and featuring two 50cm wheels rolling on two sealed bearings make the Riksha R-1000 cart sturdy and reliable. Perfectly balanced, the Riksha R-1000 enables bags to stand upright for smooth pushing, meaning less arm and back strain for users.

A favourite for golf clubs in many countries due to its minimal maintenance requirements, the Riksha R-1000 provides ease of use, delivering players a pleasant golfing experience.

It is perfect for Golf Clubs as a quality fleet to offer their members, with the carts taking up only 30cm per buggy when wheels are placed in an offset manner, the Riksha R-1000 will save plenty of floor space.

Riksha R-1000 RRP $POA (for fleets)

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Brian is an award winning golf writer and is the founder and editor of Australian Senior Golfer. He is a former Sydney journalist who had little interest in golf till he hit his first ball at the age of 49 (and a half). Since then golf has just about overtaken his life. Brian founded ASG in April 2008 and has since covered every Australian Open, Presidents Cups, World Cups and numerous other big men’s and women’s tournaments, spending days inside the ropes with the likes of Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Tom Watson, Fred Couples, Greg Norman, Adam Scott, Jason Day, Karrie Webb, and many others. He has also played in, and reported on, numerous amateur tournaments, particularly senior and veteran events, around the country. Brian is a member of the Australian Golf Media Association and won the award for Best News Report for 2016 - 2017

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