Motocaddy, the British-based global leader in electric trolleys, has appointed Roger Teat, former Director of Sales Operations at Cobra-Puma Golf, as the leader of its fast-expanding business in the United States.
Motocaddy, the world’s biggest-selling electric trolley brand, is introducing a new M7 REMOTE trolley that gives golfers a superb hands-free option for transporting clubs on the golf course.
Ten years after introducing its first Downhill Control (DHC) model, Motocaddy is extending the pioneering option across all of its compact M-Series trolleys released this year.
Six of the latest products from Motocaddy have been credited by the UK’s leading specialist magazines among the best golf products on the market in 2020.
We often get asked by customers for advice on how to look after their Motocaddy Lithium battery. Why do Lithium batteries last longer? Should I leave my battery on charge all the time? What should I do if I am not playing for a while? Read our handy guide to find the answer to these questions and more.
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 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.
Leading golf trolley brand Motocaddy is introducing the world’s first touch screen-enabled electric trolley as the flagship model of its transformed new range for 2020.