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The Motocaddy Cube push cart is quick and easy to unfold. Any bag fits securely on board and the foot brake and ample storage really enhance the user experience. The compact size and lightweight carrying make for stress-free transit and storage.
- Compact and lightweightSimple to unfold
- Easy to push even on hilly courses
- Provides ample storage
- Lightweight design reduces stability on side slopes
A push cart that nails the basics and has some excellent details to make it stand out from the crowd, most notably the folding mechanism. Lightweight, compact and with plenty of storage, it's one of the best push carts we've tested in 2022.
- Folds down easily and compactly
- Well thought out storage
- Very little bag twisting over rough terrain
- Fixed front wheel means it's less manoeuvrable than some
Motocaddy Cube vs Bag Boy Nitron Push Cart: Read Our Head-To-Head Verdict
Over the past few years, golf carts have grown sharply in popularity. The reason? Well firstly, they make walking the golf course that little bit easier and a lot less tiring than if you carry your clubs. Additionally, push carts are a relatively cheap way of getting around 18 holes and should last longer, making them superb value for money.
Currently, there are a number of quality models available on the market, with this comparison test specifically focusing on two of the best push carts that money can buy - the Motocaddy Cube and BagBoy Nitron.
Both models don't just rank in our best push cart guide, but also amongst some of the best golf carts anywhere out there right now, with both being rigorously tested by Golf Monthly. However, which one is best for you? We look at the user experiences head-to-head.