The most versatile golf cart on the market is the Clicgear 3.0. Folding up into an incredible 13’X15”X24” for easy storage and transportation. This cart has improved from its predecessor by adding a new brake lever, improved storage capacity, and a new grip. Great accessories finish up this bags versatility. It comes with a built in valuables tray, storage net, tee and towel storage, umbrella mount, and cup holder.
The ease of set up was not the best but they make the 5-step process easier by highlighting the right knobs and levers in red. Even with these helpful tips it still takes a few tries to set it up perfectly. As far as the course testing went the cart was sturdy, stable, and easy to handle. The added break lever was a much-needed addition. We also liked that the tires were made of solid foam so there is no danger of getting a flat on the course. A little bit pricier than most golf carts but with its extra features set and performance this comes at an incredible value
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Saturday is what golfers call moving day, the third day of achampionship when players seek to position themselves for a finalround assault on Sunday.
The key component of moving day is to actually move up theleaderboard, but too many players were hell-bent on moving in theopposite direction at the New Zealand Open in Christchurchyesterday.
Just 14 of the 72 players who made the cut broke par in whatwere not onerous scoring conditions at Clearwater and Brad Kennedycertainly capitalised.
He produced an iron play master-class while others around himstalled, the Australian claiming a three-shot lead heading into thefinal round.
Kennedy was tied with New Zealand hope Josh Geary and veteranAussie Craig Parry at five-under heading into yesterday’s thirdround, but by day’s end he had built a handy lead on the back ofsome superb shot-making and distance control.
Six birdies across his first 10 holes and an eagle at 15 set upa four-under par 68, the best round of the day, and he will beginthe final round at nine-under.
“My plan is just to attack,” he said last night. “If you try tobe conservative on this course it will bite you.”
Geary is second at six-under after a one-under 71 whileAustralian Terry Pilkadaris is third, a shot further back. The Kiwidescribed his third round as “a mixed bag” but is confident hisball-striking issues – chiefly alignment and posture – will beaddressed and he can challenge today.
“I didn’t hit the ball so well but I made a few great saves. Itcould have easily been two or three over par (yesterday),” Gearysaid.
“My coach (James Kupa) just flew in (last night) so there’s afew things I need to work on with him. I was all over the show attimes but I had some gutsy saves and that’s why I’m at where I amnow. I’m pretty happy with the way it finished up.”
No New Zealander has won the Open since Mahal Pearce in 2003 andGeary hoped he would not feel the pressure.
“I can’t think about that. I’ve got to plug away and do my ownthing and hopefully have a chance over the home stretch,” he said.”The last few holes provide potential for a swing so I think it’llgo right down to the line.”
The highlight of the day came at the par-four 15th when Kennedyholed a wedge from 91m for eagle. He flew the ball well past thepin but used the slope nicely and the ball spun back into the hole,a body blow to the rest of the field and Geary, in particular.
After three-putting the first for bogey, Kennedy went birdie,birdie, bogey, birdie, par, birdie, par, birdie, birdie over hisnext nine holes to go three shots clear.
The 2010 Western Australian Open winner extended his lead on theback nine courtesy of the eagle at the 15th and will start today aswarm favourite. However, sloppy bogeys at 17 and 18 last night havegiven Geary a real shot.
“I could have put myself well in front of the field, they weresoft bogeys,” said Kennedy, who had seven birdies, the eagle, fivebogeys and just five pars in an entertaining round.
Geary, who plays on the United States’ second-tier NationwideTour, plonked his tee shot in the water at the ninth and couldn’tget a hot streak going on the back nine. A missed birdie putt fromthree feet at the par-five 14th and a lip-out at 15 summed up afrustrating day, though 71 was respectable given just 14 playersbroke par.
Geary is New Zealand’s only chance today with Doug Holloway andPearce (one-under) and David Smail (even) too far back tochallenge, unless Kennedy falls to pieces. But the field, with theexception of a few, has shown few signs they are capable of goingreally low.
Conditions were as good as they will ever be yesterday, yet onlyfive holes played under par and the average score was more thantwo-over par.
POPLARVILLE — The school board for the Poplarville Special Municipals Separate School District said it will look for other uses for 16th section land on which is located the shuttered Pearl River Valley Golf and Country Club after an advertisement for bids for someone to take over the facility failed to produce any takers. Board officials said they would talk to the Secretary of State’s office about guidance and advice on the matter and suggested the board should probably look at changing the section’s use in order to generate income from the property. Most 16th section lands, which are set aside by the state to help generate income for schools, are used for growing and harvesting trees, but promoters years ago leased 16th section land on Pearl River Valley Road west of Poplarville for use as a golf course. Many golfers from throughout the county and other golfers from areas and cities outside the county used the facility, and Poplarville High School held tournaments at the club. The economic recession that began clamping down in 2006-07 caused a dip in the course’s usage and revenues as residents cut back on recreational expenses in the wake of the recession. The last owners appeared before the board last year and asked for a reduction of the lease payments, or, they said, they would have to shut down. The club has changed hands a number of times since its founding in the 1970s. The board told the owners the board would have to pass the request by the Secretary of State, who signs off on any proposed 16th section land leases approved by the board, and the Secretary of State’s office turned down the request for a reduction. The golf course later closed its doors. In other 16th section matters, the board accepted bids on five parcels of 16th section lands for hunting and fishing leases. Four parcels received only one bid and the last one was bid on by two clubs. The board opened the bids but said that they had to be submitted to the Secretary of State’s office for approval. The parcels were section 16-1-15, 640.4 acres; section 16-2-15, 644.2 acres; section 16-4-15, 647.48 acres; section 16-1-16, 640.64 acres; and section 16-3-18, 398.35 acres. The board told some prospective lessees on-hand for the bid openings that the Secretary of State’s office usually requires at least a $5 per acre bid before approving the lease. The board accepted a bid for a timber sale on 16-3-16 and voted to advertise for timber sales on sections 16-2-14 and 16-4-15. The board tabled a decision on a proposed appraisal on a farm residential lease on section 16-4-14. Board officials are reviewing the lease. The board took an hour-and-a-half to work through a 16-item agenda. Supt. Carl Merritt was absent and Curriculum Coordinator Glenda Malley filled in for him. The board adjourned and will meet again at 6 p.m. Nov. 8.
FORT PIERCE, Fla., Sept. 8 (UPI) — Florida authorities said a man accused his neighbor of hitting golf balls at his house, allowing a pit bull to run free and exposing “his big hairy” buttocks.
The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office said the man told deputies he has had issues with the neighbor “for a while” and the offenses included hitting golf balls at his house, damaging his yard by driving over it, allowing a pit bull to wander free and exposing “his big hairy” buttocks while washing himself with a hose outside, TCPalm.com reported Thursday.
The victim, who said his son also witnessed the man expose his backside, told deputies he had video evidence of the incident and provided investigators with a DVD.
The man also accused his neighbor of putting a plastic bag on his chain-link fence, which he said amounted to trespassing.
The sheriff’s office said the neighbor told deputies he put the bag on the fence so he wouldn’t run over it with his lawn mower and he planned to dispose of the bag later.
The neighbor said he did not recall exposing himself but admitted his shorts may have exposed his backside “accidentally.”
The case remains under investigation, the sheriff’s office said.