WBGOLF wrote:It rolls so easily that you have to be carefuul where you leave it when you walk to the green to putt. If a decent breeze comes up, it can blow it right into a lake. You can't believe how smooth and easy it rolls. A great product for sure. .....You can call Sun Mountain and see about getting one sent "across the pond".I spoke with Sun Mountain today. They don't ship overseas, so I have to go with one of the online golf shops that do send. They put me in touch with a distributor in the UK, but the distributor told me they would have to order from Sun and then ship it on to me. By the time all the paper work and shipping was done, I would probably have it by Christmas knowing how things work here in Europe during the summer. I could have it in a few days from the US via express. Sun Mountain also told me they had a 'revised' version of the Speed Cart coming out later this year that has a 'parking brake' on the cart. They will also have the brake kit available which will fit on all the 'original' versions of the Speed Cart. Your description above of observing the Speed Cart at your course is a concern to me as well - parking the cart during a shot or while on the green so it doesn't roll into the bunker or a pond. I guess this brake kit will take care of it - or the other company's product which currently includes a brake might be the way to go.BB
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