Stewart Golf has announced it will be making 200 Limited Edition R1 Push Platinum Trolleys
Stewart Golf R1 Push Platinum Trolley - Limited Edition
The production of the R1 Push Platinum Edition is limited to just 200 trolleys, which will all be built by hand in Great Britain.
Alongside the stylish platinum colour, the trolley also has a special ‘Platinum Edition’ badge.
CEO Mark Stewart said: “Building our trolleys in Great Britain affords us the flexibility of short production runs. The special platinum colour is being applied here in Gloucestershire by a powder coating specialist.
“The R1 Platinum Edition gives golfers a chance to own a very rare, hand built trolley without having to break the bank. Whilst being a distinctive colour, it’s neutral enough to work with most golf bags.”
Each R1 Push Platinum Edition is complete with a certificate signed by the technician who constructed the trolley, with details of its build rate and serial number.
Take a look at our review of the Stewart Golf R1 Push Trolley below
The new folding mechanism on the trolley is clever as it keeps all the moving parts inside the tubing and away from trouble, so it is well protected and should last a long time. This also makes it easier to set up.
The new straps are a huge improvement on the Stewart Z3 trolley and ensure that it’s the perfect fit for any bag.
Most importantly for a golfer, it’s very easy to push around the course.
However, there is always something that manages to concern golfers. Many prefer a handbrake to a footbrake. The designers decided not to go with a handle break as they become slacker quicker due to extra wiring.
Overall our verdict is that it is a great choice for those after a high quality model and most importantly it is a trolley you can strut around with pride.
The R1 Platinum Edition is now on sale with deliveries to begin in December.
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