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Old 11-08-2018, 09:29 PM
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Don't forget about the Zuca EZ. I've got an Octo and bought the EZ cart to put it on. The only extras that you "need" are the fenders (to protect the haul pockets from the tires). So far it's been a great match. The bag sits perfectly on the cart, it's stable, has an area below the bag for storage and has the customization of a Zuca. Also, if you keep an eye on Dick's they often offer 20% off weekends.
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Old 11-08-2018, 09:48 PM
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Don't forget about the Zuca EZ. I've got an Octo and bought the EZ cart to put it on. The only extras that you "need" are the fenders (to protect the haul pockets from the tires). So far it's been a great match. The bag sits perfectly on the cart, it's stable, has an area below the bag for storage and has the customization of a Zuca. Also, if you keep an eye on Dick's they often offer 20% off weekends.
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Old 11-09-2018, 05:09 PM
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I am sold because it works with any bag! also it's a traditional golf cart company making gear for us, that's big y'all. Plus it looks sick and once you get all of the attachments it's the base price of the other carts. IMO it looks much more all terrain capable and ergonomic. I have used carts like this on golf courses so familiarity may be playing a part in my attraction to this cart but I really like it. also, yes! Gcanter , please review it for us.
Nice bonus is it seems like the cart could work on some Golf stuff too for those who play both Golf and Disc Golf.
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Old 11-09-2018, 05:13 PM
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Ok just got my Rovic delivered and set it up.

Fyi i had a delta cart and my bag is an Octothorpe.

First impressions.
1. Very solid
2. Rolls very smoothly
3. Looks cool
4. Folds up easily.
5. I like the umbrella holder. I will prob keep it in my bag so I dont lose it.

A few negatives
1. Although the cart feels solid and well built the seat attachment has some wiggle from side to side and does not feel as solid as the cart itself.
2. I wish it had some kind of putter pouch
3. When seat is attached aand umbrella is up my first thought was a vendor stand lol. It is big. Not a big deal.
4. The bag is 100% suspended. Would have been nice for it to have something to sit on. My Octothorpe sags just a little in the middle of the disc compartment.
5. It is a little wide and may not fit on narrow trails through the woods.

I have a tournament tomorrow and that will be the first time I get to use it. I will report back. I'll try to answer any questions anyone has.

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Old 11-09-2018, 05:44 PM
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Nice bonus is it seems like the cart could work on some Golf stuff too for those who play both Golf and Disc Golf.
Maybe? It's made by clicgear though and they crossed over into DG with this product so maybe you'll have to mod it to use it for traditional golf. It would make more sense if they wanted you to use their actual golf equipment for traditional golf...
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Old 11-09-2018, 05:58 PM
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Maybe? It's made by clicgear though and they crossed over into DG with this product so maybe you'll have to mod it to use it for traditional golf. It would make more sense if they wanted you to use their actual golf equipment for traditional golf...
The Cart looks like it could hold a Golf Bag in Disc Golf Nerds post on the bag, though not the really big bags for Golf.
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Old 11-09-2018, 06:08 PM
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I can tell you they are just taking ball golf carts and modifying them in house on an order by order basis. I was on the phone with them monday and they mentioned they needed to get mine modified before shipping it out.

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Old 11-09-2018, 06:36 PM
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I can tell you they are just taking ball golf carts and modifying them in house on an order by order basis. I was on the phone with them monday and they mentioned they needed to get mine modified before shipping it out.
This makes sense, so you'd have to remove the mods to put a bag of clubs on it? Or is it even set up that way.
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Old 11-10-2018, 04:20 AM
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Yes they took the parts off that lock in the bag and replaced them with the hooks for the cart.
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Old 11-10-2018, 05:46 AM
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Many times I have used my ball golf cart for disc golf. Just had to use some bungee straps. In the same way if you want to use the rovic RV1D for Ball golf, two bungee cords will hold your golf bag. This is much better for me since I play lots of disc golf and only play ball golf once a year!
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