Since Apple’s release of iOS 17 at the end of September, some of our customers have reported that the Motocaddy app is prevented from pairing with our Bluetooth-enabled trollies.
Leading electric golf trolley brand Motocaddy has put together six top tips for powered trolley owners to ensure the safety, performance and longevity of their Lithium batteries over the colder winter period.
Motocaddy, the world’s leading electric trolley brand, has helped two of its Brand Ambassadors earn their full European Challenge Tour status for next season after finishing first and second on the 2023 Clutch Pro Tour Order of Merit.
Motocaddy, the world’s biggest-selling electric trolley brand, has partnered with popular media publication Today’s Golfer for the second year running to support its ‘Drive for Defibs’ campaign, following a successful first year that saw over 330 defibrillators registered across UK golf clubs.
The Trilby Tour has crowned its first ever female winner after a dramatic finish at Dundonald Links on Monday, September 25, to wrap up an action-packed season of amateur golf.
Motocaddy, the UK’s top-selling golf cart bag brand, has unveiled a new lightweight waterproof HydroFLEX carry bag with updated modern styling, improved storage options and cutting-edge design to provide golfers with the flexibility they need to extend their season through the wetter winter months.
After becoming headline sponsor of the British Junior Golf Tour (BJGT) this year, Motocaddy showed its appreciation of this country’s first young male golfer to win at the IMG Academy Junior World Championships in presenting six-year-old Louie Goh with a new push cart and bag to help him advance his game further.
Motocaddy, the world’s leading powered golf trolley company, has announced the signing of seven new Brand Ambassadors to join established names such as Major-winning caddy legend Billy Foster and six-time DP World Tour winner and Ryder Cup player Niclas Fasth.
Motocaddy, the world’s biggest-selling electric trolley brand, is continuing its support of the biggest amateur golf tournament series in Germany sponsored exclusively by Mercedes-Benz.
The majority of women golfers in the UK and Ireland who use a trolley as their preferred method of getting around the course, put the value of the load-bearing transport method on a par with or even ahead of investing in a new set of clubs.