Sun Mountain Pathfinder 4 Push Cart Review
This is my official Sun Mountain Pathfinder 4 Review.
I got this push cart to replace my old one which gave out on me.
After using it for many rounds now I will never go back to any other brand.
Here was my experience and my thoughts!
Why Did I Ever Stray from Sun Mountain Push Carts?
At the beginning of the 2018 golf season, I wanted to replace my push cart, the original Sun Mountain 4-wheeled Micro Cart. I had it for several seasons and it was a proven reliable cart that had rolled with me for several rounds. There was nothing wrong with it, but my friend, Leah needed a cart and wanted to start walking, so away it went. She did start walking but unsure if it has actually improved her sand play.
Out of the box, the Pathfinder 4 does not require any assembly whatsoever. It does come with instructions, but they’re unnecessary as the cart is an intuitive as it gets. Sun Mountain does include a wrench for fine tuning the alignment however, mine pushed straight and true right out of the box.
From its folded position, the Pathfinder 4 expands in two simple steps. The lower base expands while you lift the top handles and automatically locks into place. The top handle bars require placement to your preferred pushing height, then simply lock the hinge into place. There is a bottom and top bracket system to secure your bag into place with bungee cord fasteners. The Pathfinder 4 is designed to accommodate both a stand bag or cart bag without issue.
The Pathfinder 4 comes in 8 different color combinations, enough to coordinate with almost any bag on the market.
See the Sun Mountain Pathfinder 4 on Amazon
For More Information: Sun Mountain Website
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About The Author
About Stephen Zinger aka @spyzinger – Author at Independent Golf Reviews
@Spyzinger or #BestLookingManInGolf plays to about a 12 handicap and writes most of the articles about apparel, #BestLookingGear and does the majority of the interviews. He lives and works in St. Paul, MN. His home course is Troy Burne Golf Course in Hudson, WI.
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