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Launch Pad - BagBoy
By Tom Landers | Published  10/6/2009 | Gear and Accessories | Unrated
Launch Pad - BagBoy
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Bag Boy Helps Golfers Enjoy Walking the Course

The benefits of walking while playing golf have long been extolled.
  Bag Boy has thrown its considerable clout behind the movement by becoming involved in charity events and demonstrating how its cutting edge golf carts can help players enjoy walking the course.
  “Recent students by medical experts reveal the health benefits associated with pushing your golf clubs around a golf course are immeasurable,” says Craig Ramsbottom, president of The Bag Boy Company.
  Bag Boy’s walking carts have literally transformed the industry from traditional two-wheel pull carts to three-wheel push carts that feature new, ergonomically correct, user-friendly designs.
  The Sidekick showcases Bag Boy’s commitment to designing and manufacturing the most innovative walking carts in golf. When golfers step on a patented, foot folding mechanism, the front wheel folds up easily toward the frame. Then, with one push of the handle adjustment lever, the cart collapses and can be transported from car to the course.
  In addition to the easy folding frame, the Sidekick is a full-featured push cart that accommodates most bags on the market. The cart rolls effortlessly with low profile, wide contact tires so that golfers can conserve their energy for the match. An umbrella holder helps keep harmful rays and rain away, making the game more enjoyable. The Sidekick also comes loaded with these additional advanced features: a push-on/push-off foot brake system, an adjustable handle to accommodate golfers of all heights, an adjustable mechanism for guaranteeing perfect front wheel alignment, a quick release Velcro strap for securing bags, a scorecard holder with storage compartment, a quick access ball holder under the scorecard holder and a beverage holder attachment.
  The Sidekick comes in red, navy and smoke gray.
  The Express Auto push cart weighs only 14 pounds and has a patented one-step folding mechanism, an adjustable handle, a handle mounted parking brake, G-Force performance wheels that offer low profile, wide contact and a raised center tread, an adjustment mechanism that guarantees perfect front wheel alignment, an integrated beverage holder and deluxe scorecard holder with magnetic lid, and a mesh storage bag.
The Express Auto comes in red, navy and black.

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