The Disc Golf Cart is a specialized wheeled cart to transport equipment and personal items used during a game.
Inventor Patrick H. Broeker, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL has created a specialized wheeled cart to transport equipment and personal items used during a game of disc golf.
Disc golf is a fun activity that allows people to get outside and enjoy themselves. As is the case with many sports, different equipment is needed for the game. One common accessory used by disc golf players is the disc golf bag which holds the various discs along with other materials used during gameplay. However, these bags are typically worn over the shoulder and are carried from hole to hole and items such as coolers, score clipboards, and umbrellas must be carried by hand. As one could imagine, such items quickly become heavy over the course of play. Inventor Broeker knew there had to be a better way.
His clever new invention, the Disc Golf Cart, has zip up compartments to hold flying discs and other accessories. A stable lower platform has been added for a beverage cooler. An umbrella holder shields players from the effects of bright sun or rain. The carts three rubber wheels roll over all types of rough terrain, and can be locked in place via a brake system for use on inclines. The cart can easily be folded and placed in a trunk or backseat. Various colors and patterns are available.
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