10 Best Junior Golf Pull Cart

Updated on: September 2020

Best Junior Golf Pull Cart in 2020


Jef World Of Golf Deluxe Steel Golf Cart

Jef World Of Golf Deluxe Steel Golf Cart
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

Young Gun Kids Adjustable Golf Cart for Junior Golfers 3-14 Years Old - White/Green

Young Gun Kids Adjustable Golf Cart for Junior Golfers 3-14 Years Old - White/Green
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • This adjustable golf cart is designed for golfers from ages 3 to 14 years old, easily adjusted by extending or contracting the handle
  • Made from sturdy steel
  • Nylon bag straps and quick snap lock buckles, with bag rest bracket
  • Ball-bearing wheels for smooth rolling
  • Overall dimension: 33 x 22 x 56.5 x 37in, Folded dimension: 12.5 x 15 x 31

Rovic Model RV3J Junior | Youth 3-Wheel Golf Push Cart (Black)

Rovic Model RV3J Junior | Youth 3-Wheel Golf Push Cart (Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Full featured golf push cart for junior golfers featuring lightweight aluminum tubing and maintenance-free airless tires
  • Bag-on folding design allows you to fold the cart to a compact size of 13. 5” x 14. 5” x 31” while keeping your bag strapped in for easy storage and transportation
  • Compact console with scorecard holder strap
  • Foot activated brake to safely park the cart
  • Includes standard cup holder, umbrella mount, ball clip and additional accessory tabs for adding more Rove and Clicker accessories

Pinemeadow Golf Courier Lite 2 Wheel Golf Cart

Pinemeadow Golf Courier Lite 2 Wheel Golf Cart
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Durable easy to install wheels with anti-slide tire
  • Lightweight Steel
  • One step collapsible design

OnCourse Junior Pull Cart (Black) Golf

OnCourse Junior Pull Cart (Black) Golf
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Array

Caddymatic Golf Lite Trac 2 Wheel Folding Golf Cart White/Green

Caddymatic Golf Lite Trac 2 Wheel Folding Golf Cart White/Green
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • This is a great value golf cart with a brilliant folding mechanism for ease of storage and transportation.
  • Scorecard Holder with storage for balls, pencil and tees
  • Sturdy steel construction / Bag rest bracket
  • Overall dimension: 38 x 26 x 46in Folded dimension: 12 x 13 x 35in Weight: 8lbs

Golf Gifts & Gallery Ultra Cruiser Cart

Golf Gifts & Gallery Ultra Cruiser Cart
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Array

Caddymatic Junior Golf Cart - 3 Wheel Folding Cart for Kids- White/Green

Caddymatic Junior Golf Cart - 3 Wheel Folding Cart for Kids- White/Green
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • ADJUSTABLE DESIGN - Adjust both the angle and the height of the handlebar, so this can grow with your kids
  • FOLDING MECHANISM - The golf cart folds up quickly and easily
  • FEATURE PACKED - Drink bottle holder, storage mesh pouch, scorecard and pencil holder, tee slots, opening compartment with dual golf ball holders, foot brake
  • QUALITY SMOOTH RUNNING CART - This Caddymatic golf cart uses premium components for a smooth running, durable cart
  • JUNIOR GOLF CART - This cart is designed for junior golfers, smaller than a full size cart, but still with all the features and quality that Caddymatic is known for

Young Gun Kids Adjustable Golf Cart for Junior Golfers 3-14 Years Old - Black/Red

Young Gun Kids Adjustable Golf Cart for Junior Golfers 3-14 Years Old - Black/Red
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • This adjustable golf cart is designed for golfers from ages 3 to 14 years old, easily adjusted by extending or contracting the handle
  • Made from sturdy steel
  • Nylon bag straps and quick snap lock buckles, with bag rest bracket
  • Ball-bearing wheels for smooth rolling
  • Overall dimension: 33 x 22 x 56.5 x 37in, Folded dimension: 12.5 x 15 x 31

Young Gun Kids Adjustable Golf Cart for Junior Golfers 3-14 Years Old - Black/Grey

Young Gun Kids Adjustable Golf Cart for Junior Golfers 3-14 Years Old - Black/Grey
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • This adjustable golf cart is designed for golfers from ages 3 to 14 years old, easily adjusted by extending or contracting the handle
  • Made from sturdy steel
  • Nylon bag straps and quick snap lock buckles, with bag rest bracket
  • Ball-bearing wheels for smooth rolling
  • Overall dimension: 33 x 22 x 56.5 x 37in, Folded dimension: 12.5 x 15 x 31

From Teaching to Television Executive Producer: "Degrassi" Creator Reveals Her Inspired Journey

Linda Schuyler discusses her journey from teaching junior high school to executive producing one of the most popular teen shows in Canada and the United States.

Behind every television show is someone who took a chance, believed in their product, and made numerous sacrifices to bring their vision to fruition.

To create a television show is no small feat. Sometimes the conception of the end result is as amazing as the finished product itself.

Born of a desire to reach a challenging audience, the genesis of the show that was to become "Degrassi" was not conjured up by a high-powered producer in a plush studio office. Instead, it grew rather organically from an unlikely, yet rather ironically, suitable source.

"I spent eight years teaching junior high school," says creator and Executive Producer of "Degrassi.," Linda Schuyler. "In those days, you could go to the audio-visual department, get a projector and show things to your class. I got frustrated that there wasn't enough good stuff to show that age bracket, these emerging young adults. So I went to the school board and complained and asked for more materials. They came back and said that they were nonexistent."

The problem caused Schuyler to take action by embarking on a drastic career leap. "One day I got tired of hearing myself complain," says Schuyler, "So I left teaching to pursuit a career as an independent filmmaker."

The beginning of her odyssey started simply enough with a small publication that she found.

"I thought this little book would make a lovely little episode for young people. The book had animated characters so I went to a television distributor. They said, 'we like the story but there are too many shows for young people that are animated.' Then they quickly said, 'But we don't have anything that's live action.' That immediately appealed to me and fit with my agenda with wanting to tell stories that had resonance with young people. So I developed it as a live action show and I took it to Canadian Broadcasting Company. Fortunately, right at that time they were looking for material that had more authenticity to it. Unbeknownst to any of us, that became the pilot for the 'Kids of Degrassi Street' which was the precursor for 'Degrassi Junior High' and 'Degrassi High' and all the following incarnations of the show."

The "Kids of Degrassi Street" premiered in 1979 and ended its run in 1985. It was followed by"Degrassi Jr. High" which ran from 1986 to 1989, with "Degrassi High" on the air from 1989 to 1991. The current form of the show, "Degrassi: The Next Generation" began in 2001 and remains on the air today with over 300 produced episodes.

The "Degrassi" franchise is one of the most successful shows in Canada as well as being a hit in the U. S.

Schuyler is quick to add that while the pilot production process may sound like it went rather smoothly, the entire venture into the world of television wasn't without its complications and leaps of faith.

"At first, they pad me a pittance for the show, " explains Schuyler. "Giving up that regular teaching paycheck was huge. Leaving the security of a job with tenure to go to the tumultuous world of production with no guarantees was quite scary."

To add further to the drama, "Degrassi" is not a show that shies away from tough-to-tell tales. Accurately portraying teen life, each episode is full of serious issues facing young people, including addiction, pregnancy and abortion, as well as violence and gender identity.

But Schuyler soon knew that this complicated venture was well worth it when she started receiving feedback about the show.

The pride in her voice is clear as she says, "I keep a book in my office, and I call it, 'Why I Do What I Do.' It's emails and letters from parents and kids who have responded to a particular storyline and that fills me with great joy when I see that we've really connected with kids on a certain issue."

Schuyler goes on to reveal, "We have a warehouse that we've renovated into a school. And when I walk through the halls of our 'school' here I feel so good about what we're doing. I get so much pleasure from working with young people. It's just so incredibly rewarding."

The journey of "Degrassi" started with that little book that Schuyler believed would make a 'lovely episode' and continues with a book that she calls 'Why I Do What I Do' that reminds her not only of the progress that she's made personally but of the impact her creation has had on several generations of young people as well.

"Sometimes I have to deal with so many daily responsibilities, and I can get overwhelmed with my duties as an entrepreneur," discloses Schuyler. "But then I look at the pages in that book and I see the connections that we've made with kids who are cutters or who are afraid to come out to their parents about their sexuality. I think to myself, we've made connections and you can't put a dollar value on that. That special book keeps me going."

And "Degrassi" keeps going as well, guided by a leader who took a chance, created a meaningful project, and continues to produce incredibly significant content for all of the right reasons.

"Degrassi" airs Fridays at 9e on TeenNick

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