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Let us help you find the right present for your loved ones this Christmas. Any of these golf trolleys would be an ideal present.
Christmas Golf Gift Ideas: Trolleys
Christmas is always a tricky time to buy presents and no more than for golfers. Many golfers are bored with novelty socks and plastic tat that they get given every year. So we have come up with a definitive list of great Christmas Gift Ideas.
In this list it is trolleys, if any golfer were to get one of these they would be over the moon. Don't forget when you buy any Motocaddy or Powakaddy Electric Trolley before Christmas you receive a free cart bag.
Other Christmas Golf Gift Ideas:
PowaKaddy 2017 FW7s GPS Lithium 36 Hole Electric Trolley
Price - £749.99
It comes complete with loads of technology and a full colour 3.5” widescreen display with fully integrated high performance golf GPS, built-in calorie counter, distance measurement function, a powerful near silent 230 Watt motor and also comes with an increased 3-year peace of mind warranty.
Motocaddy S1 Lite Push Trolley
Price - £119.99
Lightweight push trolley that is quick and simple to use, with a strong aluminium frame that can be folded and locked into place.
Stewart Golf X9 Follow Trolley
Price - £1,050
Remote control trolley with latest Bluetooth technology, forward, left, right and reverse controls, with multi-function handle with scorecard and ball holder.
PowaKaddy FW5i 36 Hole Lithium Electric Trolley
Price - £549.99
The trolley has high performance low profile PowaFrame chassis which is simple to fold into the tightest of spaces, plus has low profile sports wheels which offer less noise running on hard surfaces and are removable for extra storage space.
Motocaddy P360 Push Trolley
Price - £169.99
The P360 Trolley has a simple one-step folding mechanism, and easy to push with friction-free oversize wheels.
Stewart Golf R1-S Push Trolley
Price - £199
Extensive standard features include umbrealla holder, ball holder, scorecard holder, ball marker, 4 accessory points, soft touch handle and a bottle holder.
Big Max Blade Quattro Trolley
Price - £249
Ultra-compact trolley that can be folded with an easy hand movement, featuring a high tech smart organizer panel with an ergonomic scorecard holder.
Motocaddy S5 Connect Trolley
Price - £549.99
Electric trolley that connects to your smartphone, providing information such as distances to front, middle and back of the green, plus other hole information.
Powakaddy Compact C2 Electric Trolley
Price - £549.99
Electric trolley that can be folded with a simple 2-fold mechanism, ultra-lightweight and the handle height can be adjusted to suit you.
Don't forget to check out all our great Christmas Golf Gift Ideas and get the one you love a great present this festive season
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