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Golf trolley pulling to the left

I have had my Pro Rider golf trolley for 7 years and it has started to pull to the left when going uphill or when I put extra speed on it. Also, the right wheel has come off, for no reason, a few times lately. Reading your explanations of why this is happening it looks […]

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How to fix golf trolley axle pin sheared

Replacement of the golf trolley axle pin To replace a missing or sheared axle pin the following guide of how to fix.   It is a fairly straightforward job but without the tools then it can make it difficult to insert the axle pin in place as can be seen in this video. The tools needed […]

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V1 Caddymatic Golf Trolley Problems

My V1 Caddymatic golf trolley only moves about 4 metres then stops. The display flashes on and off, displaying the set speed 7 then reducing to 3 or 4 with no interference, before stopping. When raised off the ground the wheels turn continuously until lowered then they stop. I have replaced the speed control switch […]

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Testing a golf trolley speed control switch

What I need now is a new micro switch, the one which is fitted to its small PCB. I also need a new on/off button and the A-B button and the rubber gasket that the button head fits to. Do the micro switches come with like a nylon ‘top hat’ that fits over the microswitch […]

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golf trolley controller stuck on top speed

I purchased a Pro-Force golf trolley just over 3 years ago. It has been running fine until earlier this week. It would only run at max speed with 7 displayed, the a, b, c, function was still in working order. After looking at your site and looked through the fault finder it appeared the fault […]

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Information about buying an electric golf trolley

Things to consider when deciding to purchase.

Decide which golf trolley suits you and your golf from manual to electric and whether 18 hole battery or 36 hole battery. Understanding storage; size; erect and folded, weight, ease of use, should always be considered. Although our golf trolleys are very lightweight they are strong with a robust engineering, proven design and materials making them very durable and reliable.

Manual or Electric

Where to store the trolley at home or in car or club Transport – how easy to transport fold away, size, weight etc. What size of electric golf trolley 18 hole 27 hole or 36 hole battery Reliability of golf trolley – mechanically, electrical, strength, quality

Advantages; a manual trolley will help in a significant way to relieving stresses and strains of carry your golf clubs especially a full round of 18 holes or even 36 hole double round. It is easily packed away and takes only slightly less room than the modern golf trolley. There is no need to worry about charging the battery. Disadvantages; although it takes the effort out of carrying your clubs it still does not relieve the tiredness of the normal golf round, it puts less strain on your joints by taking away the weight pressure but you still have to physically pull the golf clubs round the course. Going uphill with a push golf cart is as if not more difficult as carry your clubs. There is no shortcuts when coming to a green or teeing ground, you must not take the trolley manual or electric on to this ground. This is why all our trolleys are designed with a remote distance function allowing you to press the necessary distance button while you make your way to the next teeing ground.

Where to store the trolley at home or in car or club

Storing your trolley is all about space required.

With a manual there is slightly less space required but with nowadays designs there is not much between them. Where ever you store your golf trolley it is important especially in the UK’s climate of dampness, to store it in a dry place. If its an this is particularly important for the electronics built in the modern equipment. Remember the battery storage (see our FAQs for storage on this) always keep the battery charged every month never let it lie for the season to run down over time with out use or charging. The battery should never be allowed to run out EVER!

Transport

How easy to transport fold away, size, weight etc.

A consideration is how easily transportable it is. Although the modern designs are becoming better smaller, lighter, more compact, it is important to make sure you can transport your trolley easily and comfortably with room of course for your golf clubs. Weight is an issue if you struggle with an injury or disability as many can be heavy to lift, although our new latest aerospace aluminium grade is as light as some manual trolleys.

What size of battery 18 hole 27 hole or 36 hole battery

How easy to transport fold away, size, weight etc.

Types of electric trolleys tend to come in either 18 hole 27 hole or 36 hole capabilities. Its all to do with the battery and efficiency of the motor and quality and lightness. Many of the battery sizes are 18Ah, 22Ah, 26Ah, 33Ah 36Ah for double motor remote control trolley. Our golf trolley battery lead fits with all sizes from small 18Ah and extended size of 26Ah the maximum 36Ah made in the industry. This ensures it has more than enough power for their task. Lithium Batteries are also a consideration as the life cycles are much longer rather than in the 100s of life cycles it is in the 1000s for lithium batteries.

Reliability of golf trolley

Mechanically, electrical, strength, quality.

One very important aspect is to make sure the product is reliable, strong, quality of standard Many are types of unknown brands and are often cobbled together with poor quality build, no recognised EU or consumer standards CE adhered to in their build and material process. Our brand is designed with a build and material quality we believe superior to all other brands on the market.

Design and features

An important decision when making a golf trolley purchase is to look for the design and features. This can consist of materials e.g. standard on metals used, the general look and aesthetics. Features can be the type size of battery, on/off switch, speed controls, automatic distance function, LED read out panel, Other considerations should be the ease of operation, the ease of assembly or take down, removal how the battery connects, wheels connection and disconnection, does it fit and hold my various golf bags and cart bags

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