Pimp your Motocaddy

Motocaddy has added a customisation service for its S1, S1 PRO and S3 PRO models. A partnership between the market-leading trolley brand and custom design firm Ziegler means golfers now have the choice of hundreds of different colour and pattern combinations when ordering a Motocaddy S-Series trolley. Each trolley is hand-crafted in a specialist UK facility and delivered to the golfer within four weeks of the design being ordered.

Every trolley is customised using special Hydrographic painting – a method of applying complex paint designs onto three-dimensional objects. High-quality durable paints and strong polyurethane lacquers provide a long-lasting glossy finish that has been tried and tested in a range of extreme temperatures and weather conditions.

The service allows golfers to decorate their Motocaddy trolley with matt, gloss, candy and even chameleon finishes, along with several colours to standout on the course, including lime, cobalt blue, red, lilac, green and orange. The design service can also imprint company or sporting club logos, text and graphics onto the trolleys, using a process that ensures durability.

Oliver Churcher, Motocaddy marketing manager commented, “Many golfers now want to personalise their golf equipment and that’s why we’ve teamed up with Ziegler, who are masters in custom paint work and design. The website is extremely easy to use and allows golfers to play around with different colours and patterns that match their trolley with their bag, golf equipment or clothing.

“The corporate customisation is also another exciting element. A company or golf club can differentiate their own trolley, or passionate football fans can decorate the product with their club or national team logo and colours.”

The eye-catching colour options also allow golfers to match their customised trolley with several bags in the new Motocaddy range. “Our latest bag line-up includes red, blue, lime, orange and fuchsia colourways, so the new Ziegler design service is very much in tune with our new product offering,” added Churcher. More at: www.motocaddy.com

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