Bag Boy Express GX Push Cart W/ Detachable 3rd Wheel Accessories

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Express GX Push Cart W/ Detachable 3rd Wheel

User Reviews (4)

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Tee'd Off   Shoots in the 70s [May 01, 2011]
Model Reviewed: Express GX

I have owned this push cart for 3 years and it was well worth it. The most important thing for me was how does it handle on the course. This cart does this with ease. I have walked for 36 holes on a hilly course and was not tired at the end of the round. The money one saves from not having to pay cart fee's lets this product pay for itself in just one year. I'M still using this cart today with no problems.

Customer Service

Never had to use

Similar Products Used: First and only cart to date
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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babawawa   Shoots in the 90s [Jan 13, 2009]
Model Reviewed: Bag Boy Express GX

The cart is sturdy and rolls easily but I have 3 issues with it. The incline where the golf bags lies is too horizontal and clubs all slump in groups toward the ground, making clubs cumbersome to extract and causing head covers to fall off. The foot pedal brake is too far away for a woman to easily use. The cup holder is too small and crushes styrofoam cups.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
haywardwisc   Shoots in the 80s [Aug 29, 2005]
Model Reviewed: Bag Boy Express GT 3-Wheel Push Cart

Overall, I have used this cart 5-6 time so far and am very pleased with it. Positive Comments: 1) It is very sturdy and is mechanically simple to open and close. 2) The adjustment system to allow the front wheel to roll straight works very well. Set it and forget it. 3) The large wheels supported by bearings roll very easily. 4) The velcro strap to hold the top of the bag is very easy to use. Negative comments: 1) The drink holder under the scorecard is almost too small to hold a 20 oz. drink bottle. 2) I would have prefered a hand actuated parking brake rather than one using a foot-actuated pushbutton.

Customer Service

Have not needed but Bag Boy has been excellent from previous experience.

Similar Products Used: Older 2-wheeled Bag Boy model carts.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
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5
Roy 1   Shoots in the 80s [Jun 03, 2005]
Model Reviewed: SC525 and Express

We have both the newer SC525 and the older Express push carts. The SC525 is a lighter version. It has lighter spoke wheels, and the frame and strap system is not as substantial as the Express and Express GH. The SC525 is built very well and should last many years. The removable 3rd wheel allows the cart to be folded to take up much less space than the carts with the folding 3rd wheel. (Includes Sun Mountain) The cart is very easy to use. Also have the older Express. This cart is similar to the new Express but does not have the removable wheel. One of the advantages of this cart is that it has a full size front wheel. Making this cart a bit easier to push than the SC525, Down-side is that it is heavy. Much like the Sun Mountain. I understand that Sun Mountain had a patent infringement problem with BagBoy, thus the BagBoy went to the removable wheel. Actually, that makes the cart easier to use in some ways. The Express cart is built like a fort. I think you could roll an elephant down the fairway with this thing. Very easy to use and sturdy as can be. I am very familiar with the Sun Mountain, the main advantage of the Sun Mountain being is the umbrella stand. (If you want that) Sun Mountain has a hand brake. Really, no advantage whatsoever. Pushcarts, in general, are heavy and not good for mountain goat courses. It is far easier to use a light carry bag on the very hilly courses. But on most all other courses push carts are the way to go.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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