BIG MAX wins prestigious award

BIG MAX, Europe’s most owned push cart brand, is making huge waves across the Atlantic having been awarded the prestigious Golf Digest Editor’s Choice award for its innovative Autofold FF cart.

Landing the award in the Best Club Transport category, the Autofold FF was highly praised by Golf Digest for its all-round performance.

“The BIG MAX Autofold FF…….. is lightweight, stable on hilly terrain, has maintenance-free tires, firmly secures the bag and produces an easy roll. The bonus is at the start and end of the round: All three wheels fold down at the same time with a single hand motion, resulting in an incredibly compact fold (about the size of a briefcase),” said the team from Golf Digest.

BIG MAX founder Thomas Reiter was delighted with the honour ans commented: “After several awards for innovation in Europe this is surely the biggest accolade for BIG MAX in our short 22 year history. The Golf Digest Editor’s award is the pinnacle of media recognition and we will be highlighting the honour on the hang tags of all of our future shipments of the Autofold FF.”

The cornerstone of the success of the Autofold FF is the BIG MAX Fold Flat technology. The FF folds flat in one swift movement, fixing in place with BIG MAX Auto-Fix technology. This leaves the cart ready to fit into a car boot with room for a full golf bag on top. In cases where there really is no room, the AUTOFOLD FF will lie on the parcel shelf of virtually any car.

The AUTOFOLD FF benefits from a host of other features. It boasts the stability and adjustability to take the largest of TOUR bags, an organiser panel with secure storage compartment and two Quick Lok bases for BIG MAX accessories such as umbrella holder and GPS holder (sold separately). It is also available in four colourways.

Please contact Golftech for information on the BIG MAX AUTOFOLD FF and the latest offers from Europe’s most owned trolley brand

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