With two-wheels and decent speed results, this “cart” is plenty of fun. I did find some difficulty navigating hills and wet cart paths. Two-wheeled solutions offer a nimbler ride, but the lack of stability is an issue for some – arguably many. There’s also the repetitive nature of using the kickstand every time the player mounts/dismounts the vehicle, which is one more step the golfer needs to complete between shots (1st World problems eh?)
Because there’s no barrier between rider and the elements, popularity will likely be linked to weather conditions. If it’s wet or muddy, your pants don’t stand much of a chance of making it through the round unscathed.
The Finn Cycle comes in six different colors, and Sun Mountain promotes an “attractive revenue sharing model” which should make it easier on courses which might not be ready to go all in on the single-rider revolution.