Concourse Golf launch innovative, compact, quick three-wheeled CBM3 buggy

Concourse Golf have released their new design, the CMB3 buggy that clips on and stays permanently attached to your golf bag.

Concourse Golf is one of Australia’s most innovative golf design team and they’ve just launched a slick, new three-wheeled “Compact Bag Mobiliser” (CBM).

A few years ago, we reviewed Concourse Golf’s first CBM2 pull model and not only were we blown away by the incredible innovation that went into the design, but many others were too as it picked up a Design Award at the Australian International Design Awards.

We recently got a look at Concourse Golf’s new product, the CBM3 and it looks like they’ve come up with another winner.

In short, the CMB3 attaches to your golf bag with a couple of straps and clasps at either end. It’s slim profile means it stays attached to your bag off the golf course and with space a premium in the car, it doesn’t take up much boot space, particularly good when travelling with other golfers.

A simple click expands the buggy and the three-wheels (which come in a snappy looking circular bag) attach easier than any other golf buggy we’ve tried. You’re set to go in under a minute.

Don’t underestimate the innovation in this product as described further in the press release:

The CBM3 is an Australian masterpiece that has taken three years to develop. It is a progression from the already successful award-winning Concourse CBM2 pull model that has been sold in more than 15 countries around the world.

Concourse Golf Managing Director David MacKay said “introducing the third wheel to our design philosophy was an impressive engineering and design feat.”

“Our key focus was to deliver a push buggy with outstanding on-course balance and performance whilst remaining true to our uniquely user-friendly operation and ultra compact form … and we are proud to say we have achieved that.

“The genius of the Concourse design is its incredibly streamlined frame that folds flat against the golf bag eliminating storage issues. For setup it is supremely efficient and fast with one touch operations. Removing the wheels and storing them in their own bag is great for a clean car boot and fine for placement on even the most fastidious car owner’s leather seats.”

This is superb design, and from an Australian company to boot.

The CBM3 is now available online at or in selected retailers at a RRP of $495.00.

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