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srixon 1

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I bought one of the Taylormade ones with the aluminium shafts. Great if you just hold it, but too heavy when attached to my Clicgear trolley. The weight makes the trolley unbalanced and it tips over too easy with the smallest of breeze.
 

Orikoru

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I have a Gustbuster one, because my previous Sun Mountain one got destroyed by wind. Gustbuster is meant to be as windproof as it gets, and comes with a lifetime guarantee if you fill out the warranty.

Some days it's simply too windy to use one anyway though, unless you want your whole bag and trolley tipping over all the time.
 

spongebob59

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I have a Gustbuster one, because my previous Sun Mountain one got destroyed by wind. Gustbuster is meant to be as windproof as it gets, and comes with a lifetime guarantee if you fill out the warranty.

Some days it's simply too windy to use one anyway though, unless you want your whole bag and trolley tipping over all the time.
Did you register yours to get the lifetime guarantee?

I've only got a US address with mine 😳
 

Oddsocks

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48” mizuno dual canopy here, use it with my motocaddy, but I don’t like leaving it up when the trolley is unattended. I generally feel that the brolly holders are not strong enough.
 
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