Motocaddy the world’s leading electric trolley brand has expanded its long-running partnership with the PGA EuroPro Tour to become the ‘Official Laser Rangefinder’ in addition to its ongoing support as the ‘Official Electric Trolley’ of the tour.
Motocaddy, the world’s leading electric trolley brand, has agreed a deal to become the headline sponsor of The Rick Shiels Golf Show – the No.1 golf podcast in 16 countries with 315,000 golfers listening every month.
In these increasingly uncertain times, the thoughts of everyone at Motocaddy go out to those who have been affected by the Coronavirus. In the face of this pandemic, we do hope golf may be a place of respite and positivity in the coming weeks or months.
Motocaddy, the world’s biggest-selling electric trolley brand, has launched the premium PRO 3000 Laser Rangefinder as its latest move into the distance measurement device (DMD) market.
Motocaddy, the market-leading electric and push cart brand, is giving golfers a choice of three brand new push models for the forthcoming season – each boasting a fresh modern design, plus game-enhancing features and generous storage compartments.
This month Motocaddy shipped out its 500,000th electric trolley after supplying stockists worldwide with innovative club transportation for the past 15-years.
In a move designed to build its global profile among sports-loving golfers, top-selling golf trolley brand Motocaddy is taking prime advertising spots around the boundary at this week’s third Test match between England and South Africa in Port Elizabeth.
Motocaddy, the world’s top-selling brand of powered golf trolleys, has sold a majority stake in the company to a private investment group in a move designed to expand the business further on a global scale.
Motocaddy, the world’s top-selling powered trolley brand, is upgrading its popular free-to-use GPS app to incorporate potential lifesaving features that indicate the location of on-course defibrillators and provide golfers with CPR instructions to administer to anyone suffering a cardiac arrest when playing golf.
Calum Fyfe (Golfing4Life) leads by one shot going into the final day of the Motocaddy Masters at Macdonald Linden Hall. The Scotsman went six under to bolster his four under from yesterday to be in the driving seat ahead of the final round tomorrow.