Golf Push Carts
Golf Push / Pull Carts
Those more fortunate golfers that were able to play golf at country clubs had caddies available to carry their clubs.
One of the very first known golf bag carts was a “Pull” cart, and it was designed and made by a Mr. Bruce Williamson in Portland, Oregon in 1945. His original golf pull cart was made from two lawn mower wheels with hard rubber tires mounted on a spring-suspension chassis with a fold-down mechanism which could be attached to a standard golf bag. See photo below.
In 1957, Bruce Williamson sold his interest to Roy Jarman, but the company name was retained until 1967 when it was changed to The Jarman Company. By then, the company was marketing its own golf cart bag, the “Cart-Mate,” which was designed to attach to the pull cart by means of a few part changes.
This Express 240 as shown in the above photo, has numerous great features found in the Express line of carts; The new G-Force wheels, an adjustable aluminum bag bracket and high strength anti-splay support cables. This premium Golf Bag Cart model features everything required from a push cart, including the handle-mounted parking brake and a push button folding mechanism!
The Bag Boy Golf Cart Company also has electric golf hand carts. One of Bag Boy’s electric golf carts shown below is their self-propelled “Navigator”. It’s the only remote control golf cart featuring gyroscopic navigation technology for hands-free navigation. It climbs and descends hills effortlessly and features a rechargeable battery guaranteed to last through 18 holes of play.