I’ve started testing out a new golf push cart from the Canadian company Axglo. This cart is their V3 “Smooth Handling Model.”
So far I’d have to say I fully agree with the smooth handling part. I’ve had the cart out for some laps at my home course and the cart rolls like butter. It is super balanced and easy to push as well.
Above: the front wheel can rotate 360 degrees, or it can be locked in place.
Below you can see the nice transport bag in the trunk of my car. The cart folds and goes into the bag for easy storage, throwing in the trunk of the car, or travel.
There are two very large storage areas which are super convenient. Here’s how they look closed:
Here is compartment #1. Good for quick access stuff, like Altoids! You never know when you might need fresh breath, ahem.
Below is the larger compartment. You can fit a ton of stuff in here. Some ideas: sunglasses, golf balls, car keys, hats, tees, cigars, snacks.
I’ll be putting this fine looking cart through the full HOG test battery and posting a full review soon. That review probably won’t be before Father’s Day though. So pull the trigger on one if you’re thinking about it. I can already tell this is a great cart!
My 3-year-old Seve and I have had a blast with the new BIG MAX Autofold FF 3-wheel push cart (UK: trolley). I set it up in my office and have been carting him around the hallway, living room, and kitchen. Finally after about 14 hours that fun finally wore off I got a chance to take the trolley out into the back yard and get some pictures of it.
I will begin testing this cart on my next walking round, Monday. Then I’ll keep it in play the rest of the week until I take off for Scotland. I’d really love to bring this trolley with me to Scotland to use it there instead of carrying my bag or renting trolleys there. Oh well. Life is rough.
I thought I’d seen it all in golf gadgets and accessories, but until the GolferPal EasyPal auto-folding and unfolding 4-wheel push cart arrived I apparently had not! This is no regular 4-wheel golf push cart. Let’s take a look.
On The Course
Before I get on course, let’s talk trunk to course. The unit is folded into a conveniently compact size at only about 13x17x26 inches. The trunk of my car is not big, but the cart fits fine along with my clubs.
After pulling the cart out of the trunk the unfolding and setup could not be easier. All that is required is to push ONE button. That’s it. That’s all folks. The unit unfolds like some kind of science fiction movie transforming robotic character. After a few seconds the unfolding is complete and you can slap your golf bag on it and be off to the first tee. I almost have more fun folding and unfolding this thing than I do playing golf. Check it out:
During the course of the round the EasyPal performs well. I have several 4-wheel push carts and it is just as easy to push as any other in my fleet (yes I have a fleet). I’ve played many rounds with this unit and still have yet to charge the battery. Obviously by the way, the battery needs to be charged before you can use it.
I’ve used the umbrella mount in rain and it does a great job. I like to use it in the hot summer with a large umbrella to keep the sun off me.
The accessory container is nice and big to hold the million things I seem to need to carry like my large cell phone, camera, golf pocket GPS, car keys, nutrition bars and so on.
When done with the round the one-button process is all that is needed to fold the unit up. One push and it folds by itself and then easily stores in the trunk of the car.
Obviously the auto folding and unfolding is a pro. The 4-wheel stability is a pro. The ease in which the unit glides over the fairways and even through some rough terrain is great. The accessory holder and scorecard holder are excellent.
This is not a motorized push cart. Just the folding is automated.
I find it funny that all these electronics, battery, charger, and extra weight are dedicated entirely to the folding and unfolding. So that the user can push this easy button, he/she then pushes around the extra weight of the battery and all the motors for 18 holes? My deal lately because of my thoughts on this has been to take the unit out, unfold it, take the battery out and leave it in the trunk while playing my round. That way I’m not hauling a battery around for miles for no reason…
The handle position is a little high on the unit and can’t be repositioned due to the folding gig. I’d like the handle to be a little lower. I’m not that tall.
Due to how narrow they are, the front wheels rub against the lower pockets in my golf bag. I have to remove the stuff from those pockets and push them down somehow to prevent the wheels from rubbing the bag.
It is important to remember to put the BRAKE on when folding or unfolding. On a hill once I started the unfolding and the cart started rolling away. I’m sure I expended more energy chasing the cart than I would have if I had to manually unfold it!
While unfolding this cart a gentleman in the parking lot at one of my local courses came over and inquired about it. He offered to buy it from me on the spot! There apparently is a demand for this type of thing! If you find your push cart to be inconvenient or too hard to fold or unfold, the GolferPal EasyPal just might be the answer for you. The awesome motorized features aside, it is a solid 4-wheel cart.
This is a little different type of “first look” post, as it is in video form. I present to you the GolferPal “Easy Pal” electric folding 4-wheel push cart.
My full review will be coming soon. Testing now.