I can't imagine why you want to do this. The dolly that HSIKES has suggested looks like it would work, but what do you do with it when you get to a campground? Why not rent a golf cart where you golf? Or, buy one for each location that you spend time at, they surely cost less than the hitch or trailer systems that you are looking at.
I saw a smart car on what could have been a hydro lift.... it was turned sidways like the gold wing and it's short enough that it didn't over hang. Sure, you could do the golf cart if it will take that much weight in the rear.
We have a short (5'10")bed the only one avaiable on a 1/2 ton. I have a peice of 3/4" plywood with 2x4s screwed every 4" to spread the load. The cart faces forward. We used to do it with a Colorado Crew, and it worked OK. The Sierra just has much more room and capacity.
TZS and Wife
2007 Monaco Executive Sandia IV
Cummins ISX 525 Horsepower
Allison 4000 Six Speed Transmission
2006 Saturn Vue
SMI Air Force One
I posted my thoughts a couple of days ago and no one acknowledged using the proposed system. I'm still thinking this is the way I will go:
"When I had my truck as a toad I loaded my motorcycle in the truck bed. No longer have the truck but a smaller SUV. Considering a swivel trailer not connected to the motorhome but to the SUV to carry the m/c. My wife needs the toad and I need the m/c! I know there is debate whether or not this is a legal tow but the consensus appears to be it is legal. I would just fit under the legal towing limit with this arrangement (well, at least it is close). Has anyone used the swivel trailer attached to the toad for motorcycle (or golf cart/ATV) transport?"
I don't know if I would go with a consensus on whether it's legal or not. Being a retired cop, my opinion is it's probably illegal in most states. I don't know all state laws so I can't speak for them all. I think most states would probably call this double towing so you would have to comply with the regulations on double towing. In California it can be done, but the first item towed must be connected to the tow vehicle with a fifth wheel hitch.
2004 National Tropi-Cal T-350, Class A, Triple slide, 330 HP Cat DP. 2006 Dodge Dakota 4x4 or
2002 Harley FLSTF Fat Boy on a Trailer or
2004 Polaris Quad on the Trailer
Before you tow a 4x4 vehicle on a dolly check and make sure it can be done. I don't tow with a dolly so I'm going from memory here, but I recall reading in the owners manual of one of my 4x4's that you could not tow the vehicle for long distances with the front wheels off the ground even with the transfer case in nuetral. I don't recall exactly why that was the case, but I do remember reading it. It said for RV use tow it four-down or all four wheels on a trailer.