My brother has bought a few from china and instead of kickstands, the bag sits diagonally across the rear and the bottom acts as both the base for the bag and the lean stand. Pretty nippy little things with a good range battery and wide wheels, not sure how theyd get on in the winter on the boggiest of courses but everywhere that allows buggies Id guess would do just fine.I
The two wheeled options would spend most of their time on their side due to the kickstand sinking into the softer fairways over here ?
Theres 3 guys at the Kings that have these, very funny seeing 3 old boys shooting around on these, esp one who has real trouble getting on and off the thing... geriatric hells angels
I've just had a nosey and see they are manufacturing the Peel motor cars. Brilliant! I want one!Having been a single seat buggy user for nearly 30 years and having watched the various problems others have had with their buggies I do not think you can beat either Grass Hopper or Paterson Products.
Always go for a 4 wheeler, the 3 wheelers tip over very easily (although no experience of the type above). Knowing some of the things that have happened in those years having the clubs in front of my face I would find very scary.
One is for sure avoid the ones that are made in China there have been several owners of these where I play and none have lasted well and often have problems in teh first year of ownership