PowaKaddy Sport

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PowaKaddy Sport golf trolley review and verdict from Golf Monthly magazine

PowaKaddy Sport
Golf Monthly Verdict

The most stylish-looking trolley on the market thanks to the sporty wheels and the sleek frame. The ambidextrous control panel is a big improvement on the button design and setting the speed is easier. The screen features less information and is easier to follow. The Lithium brake version is great on a hilly course as the trolley doesn’t roll back on slopes. Take into account the type of course you play before choosing a model. Stylish looks are combined 
with a lightweight and easy-to-use design – this is a big improvement on the Freeway II. An extended two-year warranty 
is also a reassuring bonus. The Lithium brake is a fantastic offering, but takes the trolley into real high-end prices. PGA Pro verdict The best feature is the control panel that can now be used by left and right-handers. It’s friendly ergonomic handle makes it easy to direct. The main body design retains its original features, with its quick assembly and it also stands upright after folding, which is handy. My only criticism is the 'T bar' unit they use for battery connection and charging is a little tricky to connect. (Top 25 Coach, John Jacobs)

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The PowaKaddy Sport, or PK Sport, combines strong, lightweight materials with a new simplified control and display unit. The button control on the Freeway II has been replaced by a new roller mechanism that makes it easier to set the speed for both right and left handed golfers. A three-way folding mechanism is combined with an aluminium frame in white, black or graphite.

The PowKaddy Sport electric golf trolley will suit golfers in the market for a quality, easy to use electric trolley and/or those after a stylish design.

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Paul joined Golf Monthly in 2006 in a junior role and has since worked as senior staff writer and now as technical editor. He writes equipment and instruction content and tests the vast majority of golf clubs that are introduced every year.