7 push-along golf carts for 2022

Push carts are more popular than ever and really took off during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. People wanted to get out of the house and exercise, and push carts became the sensation we always knew they could be.

There are many types of push carts, all of which are a fantastic alternative to throwing your bag on the back of a golf cart.

Using a cart can be as quick as riding in a golf cart and even more enjoyable. Getting your way into your mid-90s isn’t so bad when you’re walking around with fresh air and sunshine shining down on you!

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Big Max Automatic Push Cart (GlobalGolf)

Price: $349.99

Why we love it: The Big Max automatic folding comes in the form of a trike to provide mobility and stability on the course. An easy to fold push cart, you won’t have to struggle to put it back in your trunk after a long day on the course.

$349.99 – GlobalGolf

Clicgear Model 4 Pusher

Clicgear Model 4 Pusher (GlobalGolf)

Price: $309

Why we love it: Arguably the best bang for your buck, the Clicgear Model 4 is a college golf staple. The slim design makes it easy to push around all day and when you’re done, the Model 4 folds up into a compact cube for easy storage.

$309 – PGA Tour Superstore $319.99 – GlobalGolf

EZ Fold 360 Wheel Push Cart

EZ Fold 360 Wheel Push Cart (PGA Tour Superstore)

Price: $219.99

Why we love it: At under $250, this is one of the best budget options. With plenty of storage, you’ll have everything you need on the links.

$219.99 – PGA Tour Supermarket

MGI Zip Browser

MGI Zip Browser (GlobalGolf)

Price: $699 & $1,495

Why we love them: The Zip X1 is ideal for those who want an electric trolley, but are unsure of the high price. The Zip X1 lets you dip your toe in the water and take baby steps to the real deal.

If you want top of the line, the Navigator is definitely the way to go. At just under $1,500, the Navigator is not for the casual golfer but for someone who plays and walks regularly. This model features an automated downhill system that takes care of all the steep hills for you so you don’t have to worry about a runaway set of clubs.

Zip X1: $699 – GlobalGolf Zip Navigator: $1,495 – GlobalGolf

MotoCaddy M1 DHC Push Cart

MotoCaddy M1 DHC Push Cart (GlobalGolf)

Price: $1,099

Why we love it: A little cheaper than the MCI Navigator, the MotoCaddy M1 DHC also comes with an automatic hill descent control system. Controllable from up to 45 meters away, the M1 can patrol the terrain while you enjoy the ride at your own pace.

$1,099 – GlobalGolf

Sun Mountain VR1 Speed ​​Cart

Sun Mountain VR1 Speed ​​Cart (GlobalGolf)

Price: $269.99

Why we love it: If you like to stand out on the course, this is the cart for you. Available in a range of vibrant colors, the Speed ​​Cart VR1 is a premium push cart that can elevate your game.

$269.99 – GlobalGolf

TaylorMade Walker Trolley Push Cart

Walker Trolley Push Cart (TaylorMade)

Price: $389

Why we love it: Do you want to stay old school? The Taylormade Walker Trolley might be perfect for you. Waxed canvas and brown leather accent the aluminum frame that’s topped with bicycle-style spoke tires. The cart easily folds up for simple storage.

$389 – Custom