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Default Jogging stroller

On the way to the course thise afternoon, I stopped and bought a jogging stroller that was listed on craigslist. Got to the course, stuck my bag in the seat, and rolled through the round. $25.

I expect I'll be pimping it out, as I want to mount a cooler on it. Gonna have a hot rod before I'm finished.
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Old 10-01-2016, 10:49 PM
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They are the cheapest and best way I know. I have been using mine for two years and love it. A few of the guys give me a ribbing but they haven't beaten me yet.
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They work very well for the bags without side pockets.
Consider keeping the flip out rain fly on top
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Old 10-02-2016, 11:16 AM
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They work very well for the bags without side pockets.
Consider keeping the flip out rain fly on top
Yeah, getting into the side pockets is a pain. The stroller has lots of pockets on it, though, and I can move some gear into those. I'm also going to try to figure out a way to secure the bag while providing access to its side pockets.

Would love to put some disc golf graphics on the bonnet, too. A generic image of disc striking chains or the like.
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