The Clicgear Model 4.0 is as sturdy and stable as they come. This golf push cart is easy to load up and folds up into a nice, compact size.
The straps on the Clicgear Model 4.0 are very durable and easy to strap to keep your bag securely in place. The folded design makes for easy storage, too.
It can be harder to maneuver because the front wheel doesn't swivel.
New silicone bag strap system
New adjustable upper saddle
New lower saddle
Quickly folds down to a compact 13" x 15" x 24"
Front-wheel engaged hand brake
Independent handle bar adjustments
Large console (scorecard, ball, pencil & tee holders)
Large storage net
Accessory mounts x4 (standard cup holder included)
Umbrella mount & bracket
Accommodates most stand bags
21lb heavy-duty frame
The Clicgear Model 4.0 is extremely sturdy and stable. You could put this push cart through hell and it'll still show up and get the job done time and time again.
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3 weeks ago
I have an older version of this model of Clicgear cart, three wheels, approximately 6 years old. It has been through many,many walking rounds with absolutely no problems, no maintenance. It does everything extremely well, and the local course I play is rough ground. It opens easily (kind of a three-action processs), as well as closing easily! Compact enough for about a 18″ tall x 12″x12″ storage area! Not heavy, but certainly well made and does its duty well! My bag is a stand bag – and it does tend to “roll about 30degrees” to one side or the other, which is slightly annoying. Maybe I don’t have the straps tight enough, but I think it’s more of a function of the base support – which I feel could be wider. Other than that, I would definitely buy another of this model – but I don’t think mine will ever wear out! And, I don’t think I’d give it up for another model / type.
3 weeks ago
I own two Clicgear cartsand do not like them. Yes it is sturdy but it is heavy and outweighs most other carts. Try pushing this tank on hilly courses. My wife went back to her Bagboy cart. The Clicgear cart is also very hard to set up as the the compression on the sleeves is stiff and it opens in many directions. It is also easy to pinch your fingers when opening or closing the cart. I think the only plus is it folds into a compact size versus other carts.