Push carts are taking over, from weekend rounds to major championships: Spotted on Tour

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Welcome to Spotted on Tour, where we’ll highlight buzzy apparel, gear, gadgets and more that caught our eye over the weekend. Better yet, we’ll help you get your hands on your own.

When the LPGA Tour restarted a few weeks back, caddies became optional for players, and local caddies were no longer permitted to enter the LPGA bubble. Lindsey Weaver — who typically opts for local caddies — has instead become her own caddie, settling for her trusty push cart during her rounds. And when she got herself into contention at last week’s Women’s British Open, her caddie-on-wheels became all the more noticeable.

We’re not used to watching the pros rake their own bunkers or calculate their own numbers. Carrying (or in this case, pushing) their own bag is even more unheard of, particularly in a major championship. Alas, maybe the pros are just like us, after all.

And Weaver’s push cart really is trusty. It’s more than a decade old and dates back to her AJGA days. In that spirit, we’ve linked a few dependable push carts below that you can shop today. 

Clicgear 4.0 Golf Push Cart

This lightweight and durable cart is made of aircraft grade, scratch-resistant aluminum tubing. It features an adjustable silicone bag strap system keeps your bag secure and safe while moving. The lower saddle prevents the maintenance-free, airless wheel from rubbing against bag. It also has a parking hand break, storage net, umbrella mount and cupholder.

TourTrek 360 3-Wheel Push Cart

This cart is made from a very sturdy frame and has oversized wheels for ease of movement. It has upper and lower brackets with bungee cord straps to securely hold your bag, and features a scorecard holder, pencil clip, cupholder and internal compartment for other golf accessories.

Spin It Golf – Easy Drive Push Cart

This one-click, easy folding push cart is perfect for golfers on the go. It has airless tires, a swiveling front wheel with a lock option, a scorecard holder, umbrella holder and cupholder.

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Emily Haas

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