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Golf Monthly has teamed up with PowaKaddy, the No.1 name in powered carts, to give four lucky readers the chance to experience the latest in electric trolley technology as owners of the brand-new PowaKaddy
TOUCH and award-winning PowaKaddy Deluxe III Cart Bag.
Unlike traditional electric golf trolleys that use a roller to control the speed, the new PowaKaddy TOUCH has an intuitive-but-simple mechanism.
The stylish and modern trolley has no roller; instead the handle is touch sensitive and slides forwards and backwards with ease. With just a gentle push on the handle the trolley will move forward and respond to the speed of your walk.
As your pace slows down, so will the PowaKaddy TOUCH. By removing your hand from the handle the TOUCH maintains its current speed. The trolley has revolutionised the way electric carts operate, providing golfers with a more efficient and less complicated way to manage trolley speed. The trolley stays true to PowaKaddy's key qualities of product innovation, design and technology that continue to drive the market and set the standard in the industry.
As part of the prize the lucky winners will also receive a PowaKaddy Deluxe III Cart Bag. The Deluxe III is PowaKaddy's top-of-the-range cart bag, featuring 13 individual full-length dividers and an external putting bay. The PowaKaddy locking system provides maximum stability when used with a PowaKaddy cart.
To be in with a chance of winning, simply visit our competitions page here.
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