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New high-tech videos from PowaKaddy

PowaKaddy has unveiled an exciting line of high-tech videos that offer a deeper insight into the cutting-edge technology on offer with its new Freeway

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Extra prize for EuroPro Tour thanks to Motocaddy

Motocaddy has given players on the PGA EuroPro Tour an extra incentive ahead of its title sponsored ‘Motocaddy Masters,’ event in August by offering a

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PowaKaddy upgrade TOUCH model and drop price

Bolstering its strong support to valued retail partners, PowaKaddy has upgraded its intelligent TOUCH model with new trims and graphics for 2017, whil

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Three new bags launched by BIG MAX

BIG MAX is bringing three new golf bags to market this summer – Dri Lite PRIME, Dri Lite G and Dri Lite 7. All three feature BIG MAX DRI LITE technolo

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Free Motocaddy GPS app a success

Golfers have switched on to the idea of a free GPS app from leading trolley brand Motocaddy, with more than 13,000 downloads being made in April alone

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Motoring along nicely

With the brand releasing a new model in the summer Andy Brown took the opportunity to head to Motocaddy’s headquarters to speak to Marketing Manager O

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Motocaddy upgrades EuroPro prize package

Motocaddy has been announced as the ‘Official Electric Trolley’ of the PGA EuroPro Tour for the twelfth consecutive season. The announcement came a

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New innovations keep on rolling out

There’s plenty for the team at PowaKaddy to be excited about in 2017 with a host of upgrades and two brand new models. Andy Brown went to visit the te

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Motocaddy S7 REMOTE gets new upgrade

Motocaddy has given its  S7 REMOTE electric trolley an upgrade for the 2017 season, while retaining one of the most sophisticated guidance systems on

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Stewart Golf buys new £1m factory

Premium trolley manufacturer Stewart Golf has announced the purchase of a brand-new £1m, 10,500sq ft factory in Gloucestershire. Since starting the

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PowaKaddy trolleys receive Quiet Mark recognition

In recognition of its whisper-quiet range of electric golf trolleys, PowaKaddy is the first golf trolley manufacturer to be awarded a Quiet Mark , the

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Motocaddy expands downhill range

Just a few months after the successful introduction of its first Downhill Control trolley – the S1 DHC – Motocaddy is adding a second model, this time

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PowaKaddy launches new cart bag range

A host of stunning new colours and designs have been added to PowaKaddy’s popular cart bag range for 2017, with all models available from March. Ta

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New Motocaddy trolley combines GPS with smartphone app

Motocaddy has unveiled its most technologically advanced electric trolley along with a free GPS app that connects to the trolley to provide distance d

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Powakaddy announce new upgrades for 2017

After becoming the first electric trolley range to reach half a million sales, the PowaKaddy Freeway family will boast further enhancements in 2017, w

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BIG MAX teams up with St Andrews Links

Europe’s leading three wheel cart manufacturer, BIG MAX, has reported on the addition of St. Andrews Links to the roster of venues that choose the bra

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Record year for PowaKaddy with TGI

Ahead of the highly-anticipated launch of its 2017 product range, PowaKaddy has announced its most successful year ever with TGI partners, boasting a

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Sun Mountain to make Under Armour Golf Bags

Sun Mountain has entered a licensing agreement with Under Armour to create and market a new line of golf bags. The 2017 collection includes two stand

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New bag range from Motocaddy

Motocaddy has updated its premium Dry and Pro-Series bags, including a brand new colour range and standout features. A total of 15 bags are on offer a

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Strong growth in rental business for PowaKaddy

Trolley rentals are set to offer a major revenue earner for PGA Professionals this year, with PowaKaddy recording an unprecedented 59 per cent increas

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