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Post pictures of your disc golf carts! I want to make one but I'm not sure where to begin. I don't want to spend over $50 if thats possible. I did see a folding cart at Walmart for $20, but the 2 things I didn't like about it were the small wheels and that I would have to bend down to get my discs.

It looked like this but the wheels were a little bit smaller:

I also have one more question: How much is a PDGA membership and do you have to renew it every year? Also, would it be worth while to buy it if I live in the St. Petersburg/ Clearwater area? I mean, are there many PDGA events there and would I be able to enter them even though I'm a beginner?

Thanks guys.

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here is my cart that I put together for less than $50.00. I bought the jogging stroller used for $40.00 and had the conversion complete in less than an hour.

ONLY $32!

CUSTOMIZABLE. (Hint. Place cooler under bag)
AFFORDABLE. (Cheaper than straps)

Trust me when I say that I carry 4 drink bottles, an umbrella, a retriever pole, golden retriever, 30 discs, Large & small towels, sanding block, birdie bag, competition manual, extra minis, stickers, scorecards, pencils and more with this cart!
Everybody on Team Super G uses them and swears by them and we travel to many tournaments in rough environments (Yes on mountain, ski slope courses).

Grab your Ultra Compact Disc Cart and enjoy more Disc Golf!

Please tell me more about this i am interested in this cart for a while now.
Her is my cart. I can sit any time and carry all my gear. I will never carry a bag again. Until you try it you will never realize how many times you throw your bag on your back.
Nice work sir.. Did you make that your self?
You bet!

I see pvc for some of the frame work and chair, but what did you use for the side walls?

Golf Pull car.

PVC Pipe.

Used Nuke as a lid for my storage.

Bottom cut out for drinks and stuff.

Discs can be clearly seen and have easy access.

Garage sales , ebay or discount stores !
Hmm I kinda like the idea of lugging around 22 discs, 2 big waters, and whatever else I have in my bag purely for the purpose of building endurance and staying in shape.
If you have a bad back like me the cart is a lifesaver. I took an old golf cart and made a "u" frame from 1 1/4 pvc pipe attached it where the top bag rest was ,put an eye bolt in the end of each arm of the "u" and hang my bag from that with small carabiners,then attached a small cooler to the bottom bag rest and it works like a charm,don't have to bend over to grab or put away a disc and I can carry way too many discs with no strain on my back.Mine is the 2 wheel pull type.When playing a rocky/desert course I just carry a smaller bag with fewer discs and leave the cart in the truck.


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