Motocaddy has launched the new Motocaddy S3 Lite push trolley with built-in distance measurement.
The S3 Lite can be freewheeled both forwards and backwards, giving golfers the ability to push or pull the trolley during their round.
Measurement devices on the S3 Lite include the option to measure the length of drives, distances past yardage markers, the length walked over the course of a round and the total distance travelled by the trolley during its lifetime.
The S3 Lite also features a built-in clock and 'round' timer on the trolley's digital screen, marking a world first in the push cart market.
Based on the frame design of the popular Motocaddy S1 Lite, the trolley features the S-Series folding system, quick-release wheels and a foot-operated parking brake for maximum control.
Other features include a removable insulated food and drink pouch, which sits between the rear wheels, and fully adjustable bag supports.
Motocaddy chairman, David Wells, said: "The S3 Lite offers more features than any push cart ever made. It's also the first non-electric model to include a built-in measurement device and breakthroughs like this further highlight our dedication to provide golfers with the most innovative trolleys on the market."
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