Mantys One Man Powered Golf Cart

September 30, 2009

The Mantys is a one-man cart that’s sort of like a four wheeled Segway. It looks very cool. I want one.

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  • Awe this is class… what a brilliant idea! Are they offically on the market yet? and how much do they cost?

    Posted by Dee Kelly - imeeGOLF on 09/30

  • What happened to this game is supposed to be about walking?

    BTW, I want one too.

    Posted by martin on 10/01

  • Absolutely golf is a walking game. But this is so cool. I have tech envy.

    Posted by The Original Golf Blogger on 10/01

  • I saw another version, Australian. about half the price at around $2500, this type you lean left or right to turn left or right, I think mantys you have to press with your right leg to turn left etc. and the Aussie one has a seat for when you have stopped and are waiting for your buddy to take their shot. Apparently you cant sit and drive. Its marketed for younger golfers and its like gliding up or down the fairway. I tried one and it was great. here’s the site http://www.golfskatecaddy.com.au I thought it was cool anyway.

    Posted by Johnny on 11/16

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