Getting pushy: The Bag Boy Spartan is lightweight and can navigate any terrain

the bag boy spartan push cart

Give your back a break in 2022.

Ask just about any of GOLF’s course raters and they’ll tell you the best way to truly experience everything a layout has to offer is to walk it. Tighten up your laces, drink plenty of water and get hoofing. I can hear you now: “But, man, my bag gets heavy!” That’s where the push-cart comes in.

No longer is the trolley strictly for those of a certain age. Today’s models are sleek, stylish and ready to roll. There are plenty of great options out there, but you can’t go wrong with the Bag Boy Spartan ($260).

The Spartan is sturdy, lightweight and intuitively designed to hold all your stuff. In case you’re not splitting fairways, the oversized rear wheels can navigate all types of terrain. Rolling with the Spartan allows you to enjoy and appreciate your rounds more than ever before.

For more push-cart options, visit GOLF’s Pro Shop.

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Bag Boy Spartan

The Bag Boy Spartan push cart offers lightweight aluminum construction and 2 step open and fold for easy storing and transporting. The cart features oversized rear wheels for easy maneuvering, adjustable handles for all heights, an easily accessible foot brake, and a full featured scorecard console.
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If you enjoyed the SPARTAN Push cart youll love the XL edition!!!! All of the features you love in addition a score card console, accessory bag and deluxe umbrella holder. Off the course, the cart conveniently folds into 18 x 17 x 23 dimension for easy storage.
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Reilly is GOLF’s social-media editor. In September 2017, he took over the reins to the brand’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages. He manages GOLF’s short- and long-term social strategy and produces social video content. Beyond the social space, he contributes to and GOLF Magazine as a writer. His ranking of the best golf scenes in Seinfeld is his magnum opus.