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Dec. 3, 1946.
C, F, HARTUNG
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GOLF CLUB CART
Filed June 2, 1945
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Patented Dec. 3, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,411,965
GOLF CLUB CAR-T
Charles F. Hartung, San Marino, Calif.
Application June 2, 1945, Serial No. 597,231
8 Claims. (ci. 28o-51)
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My invention relates to vehicular means for '
conveying golf clubs and accessories in use dur
ing the game of golf. More particularly stated,
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backs of the members II by means of bolts 3|
serves as an axle for two wheels 62 provided
with rubber tires 63. The wheels 62 serve as
partial support for the cart when it is not in
motion.
Referring particularly to Fig. 3, it is seen that
golf bag or a. bearer thereof.
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the upper rack I5 consists of two plates, the
The primary object of my invention resides in
lower plate I6, and an upper plate I1, secured
providing a cart on wheels which carries golf
together by means of end plates I8, and a center
clubs and all accessories needed for the game 10 plate I9 bolted therebetween; Within the space
of golf.
provided therebetween and secured to the center
my invention is directed to a cart on wheels that
is movable over terrain and is adapted to avoid
the necessity of utilizing either a conventional
Another object of my invention resides in pro
viding a cart on wheels which may stand immo
plate I9 by means of bolts 20 is a plurality of
clips 2| suitable for the support of golf club
bile and erect to make conveniently accessible
necks. The clips 2| are lined with felt strips
and to support golf clubs and accessories needed 15 22 to protect the finish of the golf clubs.
for the game of golf.
Referring particularly to Fig. 4, it is seen that
For the purpose of the present disclosure and
the lower rack 30 consists of a single plate 3I
to show by way of example the principles in
aflixed above the upwardly bent lower ends of
volved, I shall describe an embodiment of my
the members II and secured thereto by the bolts
invention which combines lightweight and com 20 34. Underneath the plate 3| are provided two
pact structural design with accessibility and con
cylindrical pegs 32 having rubber shoes 33 and
venience in use.
serving as frontal supports for the cart when not
The above and other objects and advantages
in motion. Inosculating and secured to the upper
of my invention will be apparent in the descrip
face of the plate 3| is a plurality of cylindrical
tion to follow and in the accompanying drawing. 25 socket receptacles 36 to support golf club han
Fig. 1 is a, perspective View of a preferred form
dles. Within each socket receptacle 36 is a
of my invention, showing all features thereof
coaxially aligned diaphragm 3l mounted by
to be described;
means of brackets 38 to provide an air space
Fig. 2 is a vertically sectional view of the vehi
39 as shock absorber for the golf clubs in a
cle of my invention, taken along the line 2-2 30 traverse over rough terrain. In the embodiment
of Fig. 1;
herein described thirteen socket receptacles 36
Fig. 3 is a plan view, partly in section, of the
are provided, for nine irons in the front row and
upper rack of the vehicle of my invention, taken
four woods in the back row, the words “front”
along the line 3-3 of Fig. 2; and
and “back” referring, as shown in the drawing,
Fig. 4 is a plan view, partly in section, of the . to the direction of forward travel when the cart
lower rack of the vehicle of my invention, taken
is in use. It is understood that any number of
similar receptacles may be provided with the
along the line 4-4 of Fig. 2.
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The drawing shows a frame generally desig
spirit of my invention.
An upper rod 40 is mounted horizontally in
nated I0 comprising at each side a rigid, substan
tially straight, tubular member I2 and a rigid,
the frame I0 by the insertion of the ends thereof
in holes provided therefor in the members I I and
bent, tubular member II joined to the member
not shown. Suspended from the rod 40 is a bag
I2 at a. weld designated I3. Each member I2
4I, of pliable material, and having wide gussets
is secured at its upper end in an upper rack
and a convenient closure facility, for example, a
generally designated I5 through a lower plate I6
of the rack; at its lower end each member I2 45 zipper 42, in order to adequately provide for car
rying auxiliary equipment such as golf balls and
extends through a lower rack generally designated
the like, for the game. The back of the bag 4I
30 and including a plate 3I. The plate 3I is
is held taut by means of a lower rod 43 mounted
joined to the upwardly bent, lower end of the
in the frame I0 by similar means as the rod 40,
member II by a bolt 34 passing through the
member II and the plate 3l. Each member II 50 and parallel thereto. The weight of the bag at
the bottom rests on a platform Il provided and
is secured at its upper end by the weld I3 and
aiilxed to the curved portion of the member II
at its lower end is añixed to the lower rack 30
between the lower rack 30 and the axle 60.
in a like manner. The open end of each me'm
Extending through the centers of the racks I5
ber I I is closed by a. plug 35.
A rod member 30 aflixed horizontally to the 55 and 30 and thereby forming part of the trame I0
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is a stationary tubular section 50, secured at its
lower end under the lower rack 30 by a plate and
bolts, not shown. The stationary section 50 is
secured by means of a pin 52 through superposed
insert holes 53 in the stationary section 50 and
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two plates secured together by means of end plates
and a center plate bolted therebetween for sepa
ration thereof, and including a plurality of clips
suitable for the support of golf club necks, the
handle ends of said golf clubs standing in socket
a detachable tubular section 5I which is ñtted at
receptacles añixed to said lower rack; a handle
its terminal end with a rubber grip 55. The pin
bar with detachable section, the stationary sec
52 is attached by a chain 54 to the detachable sec
tion of said handle bar forming part of said
tion 5 I, the upper face of which also provides per
frame, and the detachable section thereof pro
forations 56 to receive golf tees. This section 10 viding perforations therein to receive and sustain
may be removed when the cart is being conveyed
golf tees; a bag fabricated of pliable material to
to and from a game, as for example, by auto
carry golf balls and other auxiliary equipment for
mobile.
the game, said bag being secured to said frame;
Afiixed in convenient position to the frame I0
and rods secured at their ends to said frame and
at the welded juncture of the members II and 15 passing through and supporting said bag at the
l2 is a case 65 for cigarettes or the like.
The case
B5, like the other component members of my in
vention herein disclosed, is fabricated of sub
stantially unbreakable material.
While a preferred embodiment of the present
invention has been described and disclosed herein,
it is to be understood that the invention need
not be limited to the embodiment shown and de
scribed, but is suspectible of modifications falling
within the spirit of the invention and that of the
appended claims.
I claim as my invention:
1. A golf club cart, including in combination: a
rigid frame supported vertically on wheels moun
top and bottom thereof, the bottom weight of said
bag resting on a platform provided therefor at
the bottom of said frame between said lower rack
and said axle.
4. A golf club cart, including in combination: a
rigid frame supported vertically on wheels
mounted on an axle therefor which is afñxed to
said frame; racks forming the upper and lower
ends of said frame, said upper rack including
a plurality of clips suitable for the support
of golf club necks, the handle ends of said
golf clubs standing in socket receptacles aiiixed
to said lower rack consisting of a single plate;
a handle bar with detachable section, the sta
ted on an axle therefor which is afllxed to 30 tionary section of said handle bar forming part
said frame; racks forming the upper and lower
of said frame, and the detachable section thereof
ends of said frame, said upper rack including a
providing perforations therein to receive and sus
plurality of clips suitable for the support of golf
tain golf tees; a bag fabricated of pliable material
club necks, the handle ends of said golf clubs
to carry golf balls and other auxiliary equipment
standing in socket receptacles ailìxed to said lower 35 for the game, said bag being secured to said
rack; a handle bar with detachable section, the
stationary section of said handle bar forming
part of said frame, and the detachable section
thereof providing perforations therein to receive
frame; and rods secured at their ends to said
frame and passing through and supporting said
bag at the top and bottom thereof, the bottom
weight of said bag resting on a platform provided
and sustain golf tees; a bag fabricated of pliable 40 therefor at the bottom of said frame between said
material to carry golf balls and other auxiliary
lower rack and said axle.
equipment for the game, said bag being secured to
5. A golf club cart, including in combination:
said frame ; and rods secured at their ends to said
a rigid frame supported vertically on wheels
frame and passing through and supporting said
mounted on an axle therefor which is affixed to
bag at the top and bottom thereof, the bottom . said frame; racks forming the upper and lower
weight of said bag resting on a platform provided
ends of said frame, said upper rack including a
therefor at the bottom of said frame between said
plurality of clips suitable for the support of golf
lower rack and said axle.
club necks, the handle ends of said golf clubs
2. A golf club cart, including in combination:
standing in socket receptacles, each consisting of
a rigid frame fabricated of lightweight tubing for
a hollow cylinder directly secured to said lower
utility purposes, and supported vertically on
rack and having a coaxially aligned diaphragm
wheels mounted on an axle therefor which is
mounted therein by means of a bracket, the top
affixed to said frame; racks forming the upper
face of which has a circular, central opening,
and lower ends of said frame, said upper rack
providing therewith as a shock absorber an air
including a plurality of clips suitable for the sup
space between said diaphragm and the portion
port of golf club necks, the handle ends of said
of said lower rack serving as the bottom of each
golf clubs standing in socket receptacles amxed
of said socket receptacles; a handle bar with de
to said lower rack; a handle bar with detachable ' tachable section, the stationary section of said
section, the stationary section of said handle bar
handle bar forming part of said frame, and the
forming part of said frame, and the detachable 60 detachable section thereof providing perforations
section thereof providing perforations therein
therein to receive and sustain golf tees; a bag'
to receive and sustain golf tees; a bag fabricated
fabricated of pliable material to carry golf balls
of pliable material to carry golf balls and other
and other auxiliary equipment for the game,
auxiliary equipment for the game, said bag being
said bag being secured to said frame; and rods
secured to said frame; and rods secured at their
secured at their ends to said frame and passing
ends to said frame and passing through and sup
through and supporting said bag at the top and
porting said bag at the top and bottom thereof,
bottom thereof, the bottom weight of said bag
the bottom weight of said bag resting on a plat
resting on a platform provided therefor at the
form provided therefor at the bottom of said
bottom of said frame between said lower rack
frame between said lower rack and said axle.
70 and said axle.
3. A golf club cart, including in combination:
6. A golf club cart, including in combination:
~a rigid frame supported vertically on wheels
a rigid frame supported vertically on wheels
mounted on an axle therefor which is añixed to
mounted on an axle therefor which is aflixed to
said frame; racks forming the upper and lower
said frame; racks forming the upper and lower
ends of said frame, said upper rack consisting of 75 ends of said frame, said upper rack including a
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plurality of clips suitable for the support of golf
rial with adequate side gussets and convenient
club necks, the handle ends of said golf clubs
standing in socket receptacles ailìxed to said lower
rack; a handle bar with detachable section, the
stationary section of said handle bar being
secured at its lower end to said lower rack at
closure facility, thereby providing a means to
carry golf balls and other auxiliary equipment for
the game, said bag being secured to said frame;
right angles thereto, said bar extending upward
through said upper rack and curving rearward
and rods secured at their ends to said frame and
passing through and supporting said bag at the
top and bottom thereof, the bottom weight of said
bag resting on a platform provided therefor at
the bottom of said frame between said lower rack
tachable section of said handle bar being affixed 10 and said axle.
therefrom assuming a horizontal position, the de
to said stationary section by means of a remov
able pin which enters a superposed portion of the
two sections and is chained thereto, said detach
able section providing perforations therein to re
ceive and sustain golf tees; a bag fabricated of
pliable material to carry golf balls and other
auxiliary equipment for the game, said bag being
secured to said frame; and rods secured at their
ends to said frame and passing through and sup
8. A golf club cart, including in combination:
a rigid frame supported vertically on wheels
serving as partial support for said frame when
the cart is not in motion, mounted on an axle
therefor which is ailîxed to said frame; racks
forming the upper and lower ends of said frame,
said upper rack including a plurality of clips suit
able for the support of golf club necks, the handle
ends of said golf clubs standing in socket re
porting said bag at the top and bottom thereof, 20 ceptacles affixed to said lower rack; blocks ailìxed
the bottom weight of said bag resting on a plat
form provided therefor at the bottom of said
frame between said lower rack and said axle.
7. A golf club cart, including in combination: a
rigid frame supported vertically on wheels 25
mounted on an axle therefor which is aflixed to
underneath said lower rack, thereby serving as
frontal supports when said cart is not in motion;
a handle bar with detachable section, the sta
tionary section of said handle bar forming part
of said frame, and the detachable section thereof
providing perforations therein to receive and
sustain golf tees; a bag of pliable material to
carry golf balls and other auxiliary equipment for
the game, Isaid bag being secured to said frame;
said frame; racks forming the upper and lower
ends of said frame, said upper rack including a
plurality of clips suitable for the support of golf
club necks, the handle ends of said golf clubs 30 and rods secured at their ends to said frame and
standing in socket receptacles ailixed to said lower
passing through and supporting said bag at the
rack; a handle bar with detachable section, the
top and bottom thereof, the bottom weight of
stationary section of said handle bar forming part
said bag resting on a platform provided therefor
of said frame, and the detachable section thereof
at the bottom of said frame between said lower
providing perforations therein to receive and sus 35 rack and said axle.
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tain golf tees; a bag fabricated of pliable mate
CHARLES F. HARTUNG.
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