Why lug around your golf bag through 18 when you can get one that has its own wheels? The Bag Boy range of push and pull carts make moving your clubs around the course almost effortless, as their specially designed wide tread wheels help you breeze through 18. Bag Boy products are available both on the High Street, in catalogues and using the Internet, while finding the best price for a golf cart will take time and effort.
Golf pro stores
Your first port of call when searching for the cheapest Bag Boy golf cart should be your local PGA professional shop, which is almost always attached to a local golf club. Here, a club pro will be able to advise you on the best route to take when buying a Bag Boy golf cart. While the pro shop might not have a particular make of Bad Boy cart, they are likely to be able to order one in for you. Finally, golf pro shops often operate a price match guarantee, whereby if you find a product at a lower price (and can prove it), they will offer you the same price for that product. Sports shops If you are unsuccessful with your golf pro shop search or do not have a club located nearby to you, hit the High Street and visit the major sports shops, such as JJB Sports, Sports World or Sports Direct. Look over the Bad Boy carts in person, which gives you the advantage of getting a great idea of the size, weight and ease of use of Bag Boy carts.
Note down the model number and price of any carts that meet your approval so you can compare the price against other sources.
Golf specialists Order a number of specialist golf catalogues or visit Bagboy.com and scroll to the bottom right of the page to visit Bag Boy's online catalogue. Search through the catalogue to view the Bag Boy carts available. Compare the prices in the catalogue to those you found in the High Street.
Think outside the box Search the Internet for cheap Bag Boy carts. Enter "Bag Boy carts" as a search engine query and browse through the results generated from specialist golf shops, general sports stores and even auction and peer-to-peer sales sites such as Ebay.com, Amazon.com and Gumtree.com.