Favorite cooler

Looking for a new cooler & needs to fit in the cart & has to keep the beer cold
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  • FaReal87FaReal87 MAMembers Posts: 346 ✭✭


    Looking for a new cooler & needs to fit in the cart & has to keep the beer cold




    The jones coolers are pretty legit
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  • CallWhiteyCallWhitey Members Posts: 25 ✭✭
    http://www.rubbermaid.com/en-US/20-qt-cooler



    This is hands down the best cooler for a golf cart. It fits perfectly in the basket and holds 23 beers with ice. Get it and thank me later!
  • clintwilli23clintwilli23 Members Posts: 205 ✭✭
    CallWhitey wrote:


    http://www.rubbermaid.com/en-US/20-qt-cooler



    This is hands down the best cooler for a golf cart. It fits perfectly in the basket and holds 23 beers with ice. Get it and thank me later!




    Only 23 beers!!! Haha that otta do it...how’s the cold retention factor?
  • farmerfarmer Members Posts: 7,782 ✭✭
    Where I live, you're no one without a Yeti.
  • CallWhiteyCallWhitey Members Posts: 25 ✭✭
    It works just fine during the summer here in South Carolina. If the iice melts too quickly for you, drink faster!
  • Dr.FrankenputzDr.Frankenputz Members Posts: 698 ✭✭
    Yeti’s are great; I have a few RTIC coolers that are just as good at 1/2-1/3 the cost. Keep stuff nice & cold, only complaint is that the zippers are a little stiff.
  • clintwilli23clintwilli23 Members Posts: 205 ✭✭
    CallWhitey wrote:


    It works just fine during the summer here in South Carolina. If the iice melts too quickly for you, drink faster!




    With my buddies the faster ya drink...the faster the cooler gets refilled
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  • IsleOfManIsleOfMan Members Posts: 2,309 ClubWRX
    edited May 19, 2018 #10
    The soft-sided Ozark Trails from Walmart are tough to beat for the price... like half of the Ozark products, they're a spot-on Yeti clone. I've used these as raffle give-aways at customer scrambles and, for $30, they're usually the first non-club item people pick, usually before the ProV1s and sometimes even before bags and less expensive putters (probably because they're more useful for the once-a-year golfers in attendance). I have a friend's wife cut our company logo in vinyl to put on the top and anyone who doesn't shop the Walmart sporting goods aisle thinks they're a much pricier item than they are, and they perform well above their price tag too.



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  • Jeremy0510Jeremy0510 Members Posts: 158 ✭✭
    Polar bear coolers. Have a 12 pk for just me and a 24 pk for me and a buddy. Keeps ice at least a day.
  • eebombeebomb Posts: 541 ✭✭
    Norchill soft cooler. Just as good as polar bear but cheaper
  • cradd10cradd10 Members Posts: 1,282 ✭✭
    Any cooler filled with Miller Lite and Ice is my favorite
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  • ckates7ckates7 Members Posts: 395 ✭✭
    farmer wrote:
    Where I live, you're no one without a Yeti.




    People buy Yeti’s still? There’s literally a dozen companies that make the same exact items with the same quality for 2 or 3x less than Yeti. You’re just throwing money away with that company. But to each their own.
  • PuttCurseRepeatPuttCurseRepeat It's a ball mark repair tool. Use it! Posts: 817 ✭✭
    farmer wrote:


    Where I live, you're no one without a Yeti.


    Sort of a newer money community? Does anyone actually drive around with the Yeti window sticker on their cars?
  • cristphotocristphoto Members Posts: 3,296 ✭✭
    Where are you guys playing that they allow you to bring a cooler on the premises (and with beer)? Unless you put a drink in the sleeve in your bag you don’t get past the starters in my area. Could be a state law in Maryland.
  • TherealpatgilesTherealpatgiles Members Posts: 294 ✭✭
    cristphoto wrote:


    Where are you guys playing that they allow you to bring a cooler on the premises (and with beer)? Unless you put a drink in the sleeve in your bag you don’t get past the starters in my area. Could be a state law in Maryland.


    They all have laws regarding bringing beer on the course. There are also speed limits on roads, but do we always follow the laws/rules???
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  • bigred90gtbigred90gt Lefty Boomers Posts: 4,305 ✭✭
    cristphoto wrote:
    Where are you guys playing that they allow you to bring a cooler on the premises (and with beer)? Unless you put a drink in the sleeve in your bag you don’t get past the starters in my area. Could be a state law in Maryland.




    We have a local course that is County owned, $25 for a round and BYOB. I think there’s more people than teeth on that course on any given day. It is fun on occasion to play golf with a bottle of whiskey sitting in the cart though.



    Most of my local courses won’t let you bring a cooler, and especially your own alcohol (the course can get fined and lose their liquor license, on top of whatever fine you get). In addition to bringing your own booze, the other problem is people leaving with the booze they bought. That is a separate liquor license (selling for off premises consumption), and again, they can lose their liquor license of you are caught with it.
  • jmudojmudo Posts: 93 ✭✭
    Second the polar bear coolers.



    Great for before they are allowed to serve on sunday mornings.
  • Jdavenp3Jdavenp3 Members Posts: 824 ✭✭
    I am gonna 3rd the Polar Bear coolers. Myself, my wife, my mother, and my best friend's all have them. They are soft sided and keep ice just as well as anything priced higher.



    I believe they have a waterproof/leakproof cooler out now that is more expensive but for riding on a cart you can go with the cheaper nylon alternative.
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  • UberzzUberzz Posts: 124 ✭✭
    Has anyone tried the Stitch coolers? Look like a Yeti/RTIC soft cooler.
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  • farmerfarmer Members Posts: 7,782 ✭✭

    farmer wrote:


    Where I live, you're no one without a Yeti.


    Sort of a newer money community? Does anyone actually drive around with the Yeti window sticker on their cars?
    No stickers, but in farm world, Yeti coolers are a thing. Flat bed pickups with a Yeti chained down. Not new money, it's more that everything farmers use costs so much that a Yeti is incidental.
  • NWS AlpineNWS Alpine Members Posts: 2,608 ✭✭
    ckates7 wrote:

    farmer wrote:
    Where I live, you're no one without a Yeti.




    People buy Yeti’s still? There’s literally a dozen companies that make the same exact items with the same quality for 2 or 3x less than Yeti. You’re just throwing money away with that company. But to each their own.




    For hard coolers yes there are tons of similar options at half the price. The soft coolers are not even close. Those are well worth the cost. The quality of material and zippers on the hoppers are so far ahead of other soft coolers.
  • LeoLeo99LeoLeo99 Members Posts: 3,940 ✭✭
    I'm a self-proclaimed lightweight but 12 beers in 18 holes?! Sheesh.
  • ckates7ckates7 Members Posts: 395 ✭✭
    LeoLeo99 wrote:
    I'm a self-proclaimed lightweight but 12 beers in 18 holes?! Sheesh.




    My Cartner and I usually split 6packs. One of us will buy a sixer on the front, the other buys for the back. 6 is usually plenty for us, especially when you still have to drive home! Always have to be safe as well!
  • Lefty1020Lefty1020 ClubWRX Posts: 28 ClubWRX
    Yeti Hopper
  • UberzzUberzz Posts: 124 ✭✭
    Lefty1020 wrote:
    Yeti Hopper




    Whats the biggest Yeti Hopper that fits in a golf cart basket?
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  • theboypinoytheboypinoy Members Posts: 2,034 ✭✭
    I just use an old cooler we've had for over 20 years. Works just fine image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
  • GoPack_87GoPack_87 SoundsLeft Members Posts: 38
    I really like ICEMULE. They aren’t very expensive, and adjust in size based on how much you have in it (they work like a dry bag and just roll over):



    https://icemulecoolers.com/collections/classic-coolers/products/the-icemule-classic-small?variant=1715266387993
  • GT7212GT7212 Members Posts: 339 ✭✭
    Another vote for polar bear coolers. I have the smaller one for golf and one of their book bag coolers that we use for the beach, boat and pool. Can’t say enough great things about the convenience and portability of the book bag cooler. Invest in some of the large ice packs to use instead of ice. Two of the ice packs inside the book bag cooler kept 5 ice cubes in a ziploc bag in solid form for over 36 hours inside my garage at 95deg Georgia heat with 65% humidity
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  • GTgolfGTgolf Members Posts: 512 ✭✭
    cristphoto wrote:


    Where are you guys playing that they allow you to bring a cooler on the premises (and with beer)? Unless you put a drink in the sleeve in your bag you don’t get past the starters in my area. Could be a state law in Maryland.




    I’m at a private club and bring my own beverages.



    Cart girl rolls up and I throw her a $10 bill. She laughs every time and says thanks for the “corking fee”.



    I do buy pre and post round tho. $6 for a beer and $11 for a cocktail is a joke.
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