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Bag Boy M350 Cart Bag

$74.14 (as of October 21, 2017, 3:19 am)

Scorecard holder with built-in tee, pencil and ball holder
9.5 inch extra wide removable wheels
Adjustable handle fits golfers of all heights

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Stroll the course in comfort with this lightweight aluminum pull cart. The Bag Boy M-350 offers a compact fold for easy storage and transport.
Stroll the course in comfort with this lightweight aluminum pull cart from Bag Boy. A must for folks who prefer to walk the course but don’t want to lug around their heavy golf bags, the cart is sturdy and reliable, with enlarged, reinforced side rods and high-strength support cables. The extra-wide, 9.5-inch wheels, meanwhile, offer steel ball bearings that glide easily regardless of the surface. Best of all, the pull cart folds up compactly for easy storage, with an adjustable folding mechanism that breaks down in seconds. Other details include a quick-release Velcro strap that holds your golf bag, an adjustable handle that fits golfers of all heights, a deluxe scorecard holder with a built-in tee and ball holder. The Bag Boy pull cart carries a one-year warranty.

About Bag Boy
The first Bag Boy cart was designed and made by Bruce Williamson in Portland, Oregon in 1945. The original golf cart was made out of two lawn mower wheels with flat tires mounted on an up-and-down folding, spring-suspension chassis, which could be attached to a standard golf bag. Following this original concept, Bruce Williamson and his partner, E. Roy Jarman formed the Jarman-Williamson Company in 1946 and manufactured these basic carts from sand castings and aluminum tubing. To make the cart last longer and keep it free from expensive repairs, all the parts were designed to be bolted together making it possible to easily replace damaged parts. Die-castings were introduced into the manufacturing process in 1947 and round-shaped zero pressure tires on dish wheels were added to the up-and-down folding chassis mechanism.

In 1957, Bruce Williamson sold his interest to Roy Jarman, but the company name was retained until 1967 when it was changed to The Jarman Company. By then, the company was marketing its own golf bag, the Cart-Mate, which was designed to attach to the Bag Boy cart by means of a few part changes. With continuous improvement in both design and methods in all products and procedures, the Bag Boy Company had grown to be international in scope. In 1993, AMF Industries bought The Bag Boy Company and relocated it to Richmond, Virginia making it a division of The Ben Hogan Company. When the Hogan Company was sold to Spalding in 1997, a small group of managers and employees, along with the current owner, held The Bag Boy Company out of the sale to run as a stand alone company.

Scorecard holder with built-in tee, pencil and ball holder
9.5 inch extra wide removable wheels
Adjustable handle fits golfers of all heights
M330 Pull Car
High Strength Bag Bracket
Compact fold for easy storage
9 1/2″ Extra Wide Wheels with Steel Ball Bearings
1 Year Warranty

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