Nothing improves your score like concentration. You don’t think about your bag. You don’t think about your playing partners. You just play golf. As you approach your ball’s landing spot, you’re sizing up your next shot.
You’re mentally prepared to hit. You play at a good pace, without feeling rushed, or without struggling to keep up. An amazing number of walking golfers have testified that their scores start to improve, once they riding in a cart on a regular basis. On the same course, with the same clubs. The reason is common sense. It’s the result of the freedom you get without being tethered to a cart to focus on improving your game.