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Best Pushcarts

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March 09, 2022

Remember back in 2020 when it was impossible to find a pushcart? They're still a hot golf item, and manufacturers have increased their production, so you won't have trouble finding one this season. Golfers look for different things when they're purchasing a pushcart. Some are looking for the lightest, most compact version possible. Others prioritize maximum storage and accessories. No matter what your priorities are, you'll find the right pushcart in these options.
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Compact

BIG MAX Autofold FF Push Cart

Haven’t heard of Big Max? Well, the company is the largest pushcart manufacturer in Europe. We love the products in its line for their sleek, lightweight designs that fold to convenient sizes. The Autofold FF is the easiest of them all as it takes just a push of a button for the cart to collapse into an easily storable, compact shape. There’s room on the cart to keep your essentials, and the wheels are stable for whenever you find yourself searching for a ball that somehow went offline.

$359 | Golf Galaxy

Three-Wheel

Bag Boy Nitron Auto-Open Push Cart

Some pushcart models historically have been difficult to unfold and assemble. But with Bag Boy’s Nitron pushcart, there’s no fumbling with knobs or levers. Press a button and nitrogen-powered canisters use air pressure to open the cart and pop the front wheel out with no effort on your part.

$279 | Golf Galaxy

Four-Wheel

Sun Mountain PX4 Push Cart

While the Big Max and Bag Boy are plenty stable with three wheels, some people prefer to push a cart with four. If that’s your bias, the new PX4 is a good place to look. The PX model improves upon Sun Mountain’s Pathfinder line with upgrades to the little things—like a handle that allows you to push with one hand instead of two, more storage and a slot where you can charge your phone. It folds down to fit into your trunk with ease.

$250 | Golf Galaxy