Factors to consider for deciding the best golf cart

It’s no problem to want more, but knowing what to look for when buying your golf cart helps you make the right purchase decision. Although individual preferences may vary, there are a few important factors to consider before making a decision:

Wheel size/type

Golf courses usually have many different terrains. And the wheels of a golf cart move well on the smooth and solid ground. But only the larger wheels can withstand difficult conditions as they can alleviate any maneuverability issues that may occur and eliminate any bumps along the way.

Dimension or size

With a relatively small compact golf cart, you will always find the simplest things. Remember, however, that extra features are getting added to the compact size of the vehicle. So, if you’re looking for a golf cart with lots of additional features, you’ll have to compromise on a smaller size.



Lighter golf carts are more comfortable to transport. However, most carts with larger wheels or many additional features are more massive. Therefore, before buying a cart, make sure you have the exact weight indicated to make sure you are feasible with it.


Most golf carts collapse entirely, making them easy to store when not in use, but not others. It is especially true for older models or carts with associated seats. These non-folding carts can still be of high quality and have some exciting features, such as wider seats.

Brake mechanism

Since the golf push carts sprint on wheels, it is normal for them to move alone when they are on a slope. It explains why every good golf cart has a braking mechanism that prevents it from moving when it needs to stay in one place. It may be a manual brake on the wheels or a simple brake near the handle. However, there are times when you need to push the cart down a steep slope.


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