10 Best Golf Cart Heaters Propane

Updated on: September 2020

Best Golf Cart Heaters Propane in 2020


Mr. Heater F242010 MH4GC Golf Cart Heater,Silver and Black

Mr. Heater F242010  MH4GC Golf Cart Heater,Silver and Black
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Texsport Sportsmate Portable Propane Heater

Texsport Sportsmate Portable Propane Heater
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Ideal for golf carts
  • Durable stainless steel burner
  • Pressure regulator on/off control valve adjusts burners up to 3,000 BTUs
  • Includes molded plastic cup holder and large paddlefoot plastic base which holds 16.4 oz disposable propane fuel cylinder (not included)
  • Auto shut off valve shuts off fuel if flame goes out

Mr. Heater 4,000 BTU MH4GC Golf Cart Heater

Mr. Heater 4,000 BTU MH4GC Golf Cart Heater
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • 4,000 BTU's (5.5 Hours runtime)
  • Includes oxygen depletion system and tip over switch
  • Wind resistant protective screen
  • Ergonomic carrying handle

Mr. Heater MH4GC 4000 BTU Propane Portable Golf Cart Cup Holder Heater (2 Pack)

Mr. Heater MH4GC 4000 BTU Propane Portable Golf Cart Cup Holder Heater (2 Pack)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Easy push button ignition for instant heater in your golf cart the next time you hit the links
  • Puts out 4,000 BTUs of heat and features a wind resistant pilot system
  • Fits inside a simple to use cup holder adapter
  • Connects directly into a 1 pound propane tank container for a 5.5 hour runtime
  • Features automatic shut off system for low oxygen

3G Portable Propane Heater for Golf Carts

3G Portable Propane Heater for Golf Carts
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Includes (1) Propane Heater
  • Lasts up to seven hours on one 16.4-oz. propane cylinder
  • Propane NOT included
  • Piezo matchless electronic ignition
  • *PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU GO THROUGH INSTRUCTIONS STEP BY STEP AND WATCH OUR "HOW TO" VIDEO, AS BOTH OF THESE WILL HELP WITH ANY LIGHTING OR MAINTENANCE ISSUES YOU MAY EXPERIENCE***PLEASE NOTE: If you decide to return heater, you will be charged the 20% restocking fee plus the return shipping cost. All heaters are inspected upon return and 99% are fully fuctional. It is important that you understand how to light these heaters*

Portable Propane Golf Cart Heater 3000 BTU Piezo Ignited (Heater with Cup Holder Adapter & Stand)

Portable Propane Golf Cart Heater 3000 BTU Piezo Ignited (Heater with Cup Holder Adapter & Stand)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Supplies 3000 BTU's of heat
  • Durable stainless steel heat reflector with safety grid
  • Up to 7 hours on one 1624 propane cylinder (propane cylinder not included)
  • Individual pressure regulator with on/off knob; Auto shut-off valve shuts off gas if flame goes out
  • Includes one Cup Holder and one Stand alone base for hands-free use outside your cart

Mr. Heater 4,000 BTU MH4GC Golf Cart Heater

Mr. Heater 4,000 BTU MH4GC Golf Cart Heater
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Mr. Heater MH4GC Golf Cart Heater

  • One button push ignition/on function
  • 4,000 BTU wind resistant burner and pilot system
  • Cup holder adapter
  • Automatic low oxygen shut-off system

Texsport Sportsmate Portable Propane Heater (Renewed)

Texsport Sportsmate Portable Propane Heater (Renewed)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Ideal for golf carts
  • Durable stainless steel burner
  • Pressure regulator on/off control valve adjusts burners up to 3,000 BTUs
  • Includes molded plastic cup holder and large paddlefoot plastic base which holds 16.4 oz disposable propane fuel cylinder (not included)
  • Auto shut off valve shuts off fuel if flame goes out

Portable Golf Cart Propane Heater With Cup Holder

Portable Golf Cart Propane Heater With Cup Holder
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Operates up to 7 hours on 16.4 oz. propane tank (not included)
  • Includes holder which fits in most golf cart dashes
  • Supplies up to 5000 BTUs of heat
  • Features a pressure regulator set screw on the back side to fine tune the flow of propane. If you have trouble lighting the heater, this set screw will get it going as needed.
  • Please refer to page 1 and 2 of the instruction manual for lighting troubleshooting

Mr. Heater MH4GC Golf Cart Heater (Renewed)

Mr. Heater MH4GC Golf Cart Heater (Renewed)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • 4,000 BTU's (5.5 Hours runtime)
  • Includes oxygen depletion system and tip over switch
  • Wind resistant protective screen
  • Ergonomic carrying handle
  • 1 Pound Propane Tank is NOT Included

Tips on Heating Without Gas

Reducing reliance on propane and gas heating does more than reduce demand for fossil fuels. It takes responsibility for one more area of your life.

We have public complaining about reducing demand for gas. We want independence and no relying on gas from other countries. And yet most of the country completely disregards DOING something to actually reduce using gas. We have so many alternatives here - not only passive solar systems but other alternatives. Another issue is the amount of waste - landfills absorbing yard waste and other biodegradable byproducts. Those can be used to reduce fuel consumption.

A couple hundred dollars you can put a solar heating in which uses the sun - free. Even if it raises the temperature just 20 degrees - that's 20 degrees heated without burning gas. This option is discussed in further detail in the current "Mother Earth News".

But there's other options also. Wood pellets are made from sawdust, a "waste" product which otherwise could go to landfills. The basic process is drying the sawdust then compressing it into a pellet at a rate of 21,000 pounds per square inch. The pellets then are bagged and can be used for heating - reducing waste and reducing gas consumption. Pellet stoves have advantages beyond this. There is little ash left because the pellets burn completely. They produce virtually no creosote which is the cause of many chimney fires and a 40 pound bag can heat a home for a day. Instead of a one month $500 bill for gas - this could be your total winter's supply in pellets!

There are stoves available that have another option still - corn stoves. These can use not only the pellets but when pellets are harder to find you can burn corn. Corn we can produce here in the US on an annual basis...so it further helps farmers by creating a demand for their product, which sometimes is otherwise unused. There is in years of drought a problem with a fungus on corn which prevents it from being used for food or animal food - but doesn't stop the use of it for fuel.

There are stoves which can burn not only corn and pellets but other "waste" - cherry pits for example. There's a cost to purchase of the stoves, and it does require electric to run the auger that brings the fuel to the fire...but remember, this is all US GROWN. We can grow corn...we can use waste from flooring and furniture manufacturing (among others) to make wood pellets. We don't need to buy gas from overseas markets.

Some states have tax incentives for adding alternative energy systems as well as federal incentives.

There is not just stoves available but furnaces that attach on to existing heating ductwork. is one of many sites that have both of these options.

Inventive readers of Farm Show magazine - www.farmshow.com - have had featured in the magazine their LARGE heaters which burn as a source of fuel large bales of hay and corn stalks.

With any of these heating system there is some maintenance to do - removing a small amount of ash and the "clinker". Is it worth cutting costs in half to do this? Is it worth giving a market to our farmers and taking it away from oil companies? If you have room to grow corn your costs are further reduced...most don't have the capacity to refine oil. This could be a boon to the small farmers trying to compete against major companies...and a means of independence.

We have the technology to improve several issues in the US with one solution - alternative energy produced here at home to heat our homes.

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