Motocaddy, the UK’s #1 cart bag brand, is providing golfers with an abundance of choice this season by launching four brand new models in contemporary styling and colourways, while incorporating more spacious pockets and game-enhancing features than ever before.
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.
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.
A growing number of avid golfers are likely to regard electric trolleys as the most satisfying method of getting around a golf course and an increasing number are choosing to use them more frequently, according to independent research contained in a new report charting the history of the golfing caddie - from the knowledgeable human bag carriers to the ultimate modern powered equivalents offering high tech features, while reducing strain on the body.
As we head into winter, you may be using your trolley less regularly, so we have put together some top tips to help you ensure the safety, performance and longevity of your Motocaddy battery.
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.
Should you fully discharge a battery from time-to-time? Is it best to leave your battery on charge? What should you do with your battery over winter? Read on to find out the answers to these questions and more.