To Push or Not To Push a Cart:<br /> Tour Pros Weigh In

Ah, the great push cart debate. Well, it’s not really a debate at all, but PGA Tour players have turned it into one on Twitter … kind of.

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Players during the 2014 NCAA golf championships have been using push carts during their rounds, most notably the Stanford Cardinal team. Players have their own reasons for using a push cart, be it an injury or attempting to increase stamina, but the reason behind it doesn’t seem to affect the opinions of some.

Stanford’s Cameron Wilson used a push cart, likely due to a previous back injury, during the championship, and won the individual title in a playoff over Georgia Tech’s Ollie Schniederjans. Coincidence? We may never know. 

While it may not be much of a two-sided argument – because most pros are against using them in tournament play – it does make for an interesting conversation:

If these pros have a problem with using a push cart, I’d hate to hear what they’d have to say about this robotic cart that follows you around the course … or maybe I’d love to hear it.

The NCAA Championships continue through Wednesday, with LSU and Alabama squaring off in one semifinal match, and Stanford and Oklahoma State in the other.

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