First of all, you can't take them across greens, whereas the caddies can just walk across the green. There are so many people at tournaments, pulling them through crowds will not be very easy. And finally, the tees are so far back the players sometimes have to walk across things which are trolley could not go past.
first of all NOT ALLOWED. second of all NO WIMPS ALLOWED
Yes. Golf stand bags do fit electric trolleys, which are also known as electric pull carts.
PGA caddies don't use pull carts because pull carts ruin the grass.
Yes, you are allowed to pull these out of the ground. But you can not pull OB stakes out of the ground.
There are models on the market that fit your description. HitandSit and SeatCarts are two companies that offer seat-equipped push/pull golf carts, and you can find them online at sites with these names, priced starting at under $200.
Some of the animals that were used to pull carts in ancient Rome included mules, donkeys, horses, and oxen. These animals have been used to pull carts for thousands of years around the world.
Horses pull carts on the street.
to pull carts and stuff!
1. Rounds of golf (including company / charity outings) 2. Carts rentals (electric and pull carts) 3. Pro Shop Sales 4. Food & Beverage 5. Range balls 6. Lessons 7. Junior programs and camps 8. Private functions/parties/weddings 9. On-course advertising
horses that pull carts
Eat grass & pull carts.....
carts i guess