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Patented July 19, 1938
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This invention relates to a‘golf‘bag carrier:-v 9":
An object of the‘invention is ‘the»constructionr=' ‘a bag‘. filled: with; clubsi meansyi-the ‘spoiling to Va
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- of a'simple and e?l'cientwheeled'carriergiwhereby.1 great extentof. the pleasure of the game,
the golf bag a'nd”golf ‘sticks can be'e'asily‘trans- * The invention‘ will also; relieve the situation in
ported ‘by the operator.‘
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Another‘ Object ‘or the“ ‘invention
‘the’ eon-1»: ' In 1‘ carrying out theginventvion?, ‘and ,referring, ,
struction" “of ‘ a simple“ ‘and "efficient *wheeled? c'ar-i- :v speci?cally-l to‘ the \ drawingy ,~<l~j,designates,; a; sec- .2
tmwhich is secured, we base plate
rier', ' which will reeeive ai'goli "bag oi? any-standard» ' i tional-axle
On'base-plate 2qis suitably ,seeured:aybakholding
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A'i's‘till‘ further ' ‘object of the ‘invention? lis‘the" *?ange3, ,which ;in»the.pm?mtdMt?hQ?rls ennula
construction. of, a novel golf bag carrier, which} wlin shape; and angular-,ingeross?;seetion. vA ,?at.
by reason ‘or ‘ its‘ foldable orvcquapsible parts, 1can‘ ‘ bar-likenpright I is'nrovidedatits lowerzend'wit,
be closed up {so as“ to :occu‘p'ya' ‘; relatively small“: ‘a rightgangled‘extension,E5, which extensio is
m?xedly securedpreferably-.1.tov th bottonqryo ,th
amduntor space'wneh‘noewuse
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'“other'l‘objecthf thei‘inv‘ention is the con =>,~plate,:,as‘. clearly seenain
struction of‘a ‘g'olf ‘bag‘carrierwhich' can be folded5 ‘_ 4 is .vrprovided,preferablyeneaijy‘its4 upper-fend with
or closed‘ by‘ ‘reasonbfjointed orjhin'ged'parts, and - i ‘a ratchet~.~-,slot ‘Grin,:whichfslotg-iaregiiiomled up
which; “when-the operator desires‘; ' ‘can-be‘ quickly 1 > wardly-extending .teeth; Land ydownwardlyéex
unfolded o‘r'v extended; ' to’pl'ace ‘the "carrier in an‘ : tending, teeth-'8, for the'purpose hereinafte de
‘ scribed. 0n- the upper yendfot the; upright, 4,,is
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With‘the foregoing andbther objects in view,“
secured a horizontal_handle._
,thisl-handle
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grips Ill-on its‘outer ends'.;-r An integrall-"orv ?xedI
my‘ invention comprises: ‘certain? novel construc-i- '
tions',v cdmbinationSQahd' arrangements‘orfparts ‘ loop II isforrned on the inner'faee of upright,
The goli bag. [2 is ?laced
as will be hereinafter fully‘described, illustrated‘ '‘ 4, near-the handle
at
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bottom,
within,?ange»_.3
and‘,strapv :13 is,
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accompanying
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ticularly pointed out in the “appended: claims.- "* ' threaded ‘through sloop, I= [7,‘. I01: :seeurely. ‘holding’,
In the drawing:
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7' the bag in position upon the carrier, ,The golf '
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Figure 1 is a"view
bag“ ‘is provided with-the'usual grip strap“. .
a golf
bag * carrier constructed infaccordancefwith‘ the ‘
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present invention.‘
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Figure2 ‘is " ' view in slde‘eleva‘tion of 'the golf‘
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andeach outersection, liyhisconnected byhing'e. 35
i‘ , ill to the outer end ofvan.intermediatetsection.
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A ‘plate- l9, extending longitudinally ‘ of thevaxle, , _'
Figure-'4 ‘ is an‘ enlarged, ‘fragmentary’ view oi.‘
the sectional" axle‘, showing‘in v"dotted lines the ~ is ?xedly secured by rivetslll totheintermediate' T’
~‘section l5, the ‘outer, free, end ofwplatefllil Figure ‘5 is a view similar, to Figure 4 looking ‘ » overlapping the hingezl‘l, so as,_to,,limit.thef40.
downward swinging movement of the intermedi-j.
at thebottoin of ‘the axle.
Figure‘ 6 is a‘ fragmentary view_'o'f the base ate section, beyond a .horizontalplane, orTtrue
plate, looking at‘ the bottom thereof, and-'show- ‘ alignment with the central portion of. the ‘axle. »
ing“ the anglerest ‘in an extended or~‘operative‘ ‘ The outer section I6 is providedwithan integral
same ina folded‘positionQ
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position. ‘
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depending stop-2| which iscloseltoathe hingeJll
Figure '7" is’an enlarged ‘sectional‘view taken on - and-acts to prevent outer section?‘ l?‘from *swing- . :1
line ,'I—'I,Figur‘e 1, and looking in the‘ direction 1
ing ‘ downwardly ‘ below -' at ‘f horizontal %‘'position in I.
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when the carrier nfremeq, ‘as-t
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Figure ‘8 is a view in‘ side elevation of another ‘
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section“isiconnectedlbywahinge,
H to one end of the central section'ofQthe axle, ‘All
Figure 3 ‘isahori'zontal, sectional view taken on
35 line "3‘—3,' Figure ‘ 1, ‘ and ‘ looking in > the direction‘
ofthearrows.‘
intermediate
embodirnent ofv the invention, showing a "di?erent true horizontal or operative pesx'itienlbyfrrieans
type of a handle.
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The purpose‘ofgthis“ golf bag carrier is to ‘ of bowed spring 22; this'spring bein
rivet 23, at its inner end',,to' the'invert "
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furnish golfers with aninanimatei’ca'ddy, easily’ -
pulled along the ‘course, which‘ willlrelieve a per‘
55 ' son Of‘tlfiG ifatigue'of carrying‘ his own clubs, and
brace 24',v the , outer ‘endv o
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whenwthe carrier is'stationary, the‘fbag resting‘v "
thereon will be in a handy position, for replacing up
“broken",
the'carrier,
when but
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also actedfolding.‘
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and obtammtcmbs
vThe carrier will also ‘be of’v particular value to by manual pressure, to‘caus‘e thetsections oft/he ~
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60 elderly people, and people in poor health, and
axle I to assume their true aligned horizontal
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position in operation. On each outer section , I6 is
a wheel 25 of any suitable construction. '
The inverted V-shaped brace 24 has its outer
ends pivotally connected at 26 to lugs 21, which
means is engaging said downwardly-extending
teeth said end sections will be in an extended
or normal position and when said connecting
means is engaging said upwardly-extending teeth.
lugs 21 are "integral ‘with. the intermediate sec- , said end sections will be in a raised or folded
tions of axle 'I, close to the hinges It. The upper
end of the inverted v-shaped brace 24 is suitably
mounted in the ratchet locking pin 28. This
pin 28 extends through ratchet slot 8. Locking
pin 2l_ is providedon its inner end with an in
tegral washer 29 (Fig. 7) and on its outer end
with anintegral head 30; this head 30 serves as
a grip, whereby the operator can easily grasp
.the pin for adjusting the same in the ratchet
slot 8.
Upon referring to Figure 1 it will be seen that
teeth "I produce upwardly extending slots into
which the locking pin 28 may be positioned, and
teeth 8 produce downwardly extending slots for
20 receiving the pin 28. ‘ When the carrier is in its
normal or“ working ‘position the parts will be
extended as- clearly shown‘in Figure 1, with the
locking pin 28in one of the downwardly-extend
ing slots formed'by teeth 8, whereby the hinged
25 sections'of the axle-are securely held in true
alignment. Upon the‘ operator moving pin 28
out of ‘the slot in ‘which it is resting, the pin can
be adjusted vertically within the ratchet slot 6,
and placed between two of the upwardly ex
30 tending teeth ‘I as indicated in Fig. 1 by dotted
lines “A”; When in'the dotted position "A” the
hinged sections of the axle will be held securely
in their retracted or folded position, as illustrated
by dotted lines in Fig. 1.‘ When the parts are
position.
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, 2. In a golf bag carrier, the combination of a
sectional axle provided with a central portion
and at each end with an intermediate section
and an outer section, means hingedlyconnecting
all of said sections together, golf bag supporting
'means mounted on said central portion, and
means for securing said intermediate sections
and outer sections‘ in adjusted positions.
3. In a golf bag carrier, the combination of a 15
sectional axle provided with a central portion
and at each end with an intermediate section
and an outer section, means hingedly connecting
all of said sections and central portion together,
golf bag supporting means on said central por 20
tion, a bracket connected to said intermediate
portions, and means carried by said axle and co
operating with said bracket for holding said
bracket in an adjusted position, whereby the sec
tions of the axle are retained in a raised or folded 25
position.
4. In a golf bag can'ier, the combination of a
sectional axle comprising a central portion, inter
mediate sections hingedly connected to the ends
of said central portion, plates ?xedly secured to 30
said intermediate sections and overlapping the
hinged connections and extending longitudinally
of said sections and said central portion, outer
sections hingedly connected at their inner ends
to the outer‘ends of said intermediate sections, 3.5
require a much smaller space for storage in a each of said outer sections provided at its inner
end with 9. depending integral stop, a bracket
building, automobile or the like, which is of im
pivotally connected to said intermediate sec
portance.
The angle foot or rest 3| is pivotally connected tions, springs carried by said bracket and press
at 32 to the bottom of the base plate 2 (Fig. 6) ing upon said outer sections, and said axle pro 40
and this rest 3| is provided with a socket 33’ that vided with means for holding said bracket in
' is adapted to receive registering, depending tits adjusted positions.
5. In a golf bag carrier, the combination of an
33 formed on the bottom face of base plate 2.
Therefore it ‘will be seen that the angle rest axle comprising a central portion, intermediate
sections pivotally connected to the ends of said
45 3| can be adjusted or swung in an arc of a circle, central portion, outer sections pivotally connect
and retained in‘ its adjusted position by reason
of the socket and tit structure; in Fig. 6 the ed to the outer ends of said intermediate sec
tions, means on said sections limiting the pivotal
angle rest is shown in adjusted positions by dot
movement of said sections, means holding‘ said
ted lines f‘B”.
sections in adjusted positions, and golf bag sup
In
Figure
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the
structure
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the
same
as
in
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preferred embodiment, shown in Figures 1 to 7, porting means carried by said central portion.
6. In a golf bag carrier, the combination of
except that the upright 4a is bent at its upper
in their folded or closed-position the carrier will
end to‘ form a suitable handle 9a. Other forms
of handles may be‘formed on the upright with
out‘ departing from the spirit and scope of this
invention.
While I have described the preferred embodi
. ments of‘the invention and illustrated the same
in the‘ accompanying drawing, certain minor
60 changes or alterations may appear to one skilled
‘in the art to which this invention relates during
the'extensive manufacture of same, and I, there
fore, reserve'the right to make such changes or
alterations as shall fairly fall within the scope of
the appended claims.
What I claim is:
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1. In a golf'b'ag carrier, the combination of
an axle provided with foldable end sections,
wheels on'said end sections, an upright provided
with a ratchet slot and with upwardly-extending
teeth-and downwardly-extending teeth in said
slot, and means connected to said end sections
and extending into said ratchet slot and engag
ing-‘said teeth, whereby when said connecting
a sectional axle comprising a central portion,
intermediate sections hingedly connected to the
ends of said central portion, plates ?xedly se
cured to the bottom of said intermediate sections
and overlapping the hinged connections and ex
tending ‘longitudinally of said sections and central
portion, outer sections hingedly connected at
their inner ends to the outer ends of said inter 60
mediate sections, each of said outer sections
provided with a depending stop limiting the piv
otal movement of said outer sections upon the .
intermediate sections, an angular bracket piv
otally connected to said intermediate~ sections 65
near their outer ends, bowed springs secured at
their inner end to said angular bracket, the outer
ends of said bowed springs pressing downwardly
upon said outer sections, said central portion
provided with bag holding means, and means
carried by said central portion and cooperating
with said angular bracket for holding said brack
et in different adjusted positions.
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CLARENCE C. SINNOTT.
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