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Old 08-08-2012, 08:51 PM
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Bought this cart from PIAG Sports. Its a kids pull golf cart. I made a wooden shelf for the bag to sit on.

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Old 08-08-2012, 09:07 PM
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Default Karma bag?

Does anyone know whether the Karma bag will fit on this Disc Golf Cart?

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I have seen this cart and it seems like a great set up.
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:21 PM
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you must play at tradewinds!

i saw a guy with a stroller last week (tall, shirtless) who had an umbrella.

i too have a jeep stroller.

it's absolutely perfect. there are several pouches for discs, refreshments etc.

they go for $200+ new but if you get on craigslist you'll find a deal.

i paid $60 for a lightly used one.
my home course is Okeeheelee but I get down to tradewinds too.

It was probably my friend Dan, I think he was there for doubles
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:30 PM
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:32 PM
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the disc basket attaches with heavy duty magnets, cooler hangs in the back...pretty sweet. has built in speakers and 1/8 audio in
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:54 PM
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Half my damn club has gotten carts. 2 have baby stroller jogging carts with these huge 13-14(?) inch wheels. They work fantastic in Austin with the limited elevation and go easily over most of the rocky areas we've got. The first and most improtant modification is a cooler mounted to the cart, because you need to stay "hydrated" in the Austin heat and humidity. (And if by hydrated you mean drunk, and by heat you mean beer drinking weather, and by humidity you mean even better beer drinking weather...)
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Old 08-09-2012, 12:02 AM
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This really should have been searched, there are lots of threads on this.

But mines shown in this thread, post #18. http://www.dgcoursereview.com/forums...highlight=cart
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These are really nice:

got enough??
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How are you getting your bag to stay on the clicgear 3.0? I got one cheap and really like the folding aspect. I have got a few ideas but I want to make sure that I can still fit the cart in the back of a small car in case I ride with a friend.
any of the backpack style bags go right on it. I am currently using my Grip buti've also used the revolution pack. Pull the straps behind the cart and wrap it across the adjustment nut. For added support stretch one of the bungy straps around the backpack straps.

One of my friends uses his clicgear with the big bag that has a seat.
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any of the backpack style bags go right on it. I am currently using my Grip buti've also used the revolution pack. Pull the straps behind the cart and wrap it across the adjustment nut. For added support stretch one of the bungy straps around the backpack straps.

One of my friends uses his clicgear with the big bag that has a seat.
So I see where the issue is. I don't have a backpack style bag.

Ahh well. I'll figure something out.
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