There's likely an explanation, but thought the OP bought a trolley last month (or earlier)
Hi, I’m going to look at a second hand Motocaddy m5 with DHC tonight to make an offer. Other than checking the wheels turn, it folds and the screen work, does anyone have anything else to suggest checking? I was going to lift the trolley up and set the speed from 1 to 9 for 10 minutes whilst...forums.golfmonthly.com
At over £1000 sterling it seems rather expensiveThanks for the tips! Ok, so, less is more is the general consensus. I'm looking at something like this https://golf360.co.nz/product/mgizipx536holebattery/ - no remote, pretty simple design. I know it's a step up from a push trundler (the price is a pretty clear indicator), but I'm hoping it takes a little pressure off the walk around the course.
American golf are selling this brand now. I nearly bought the remote control version over the Motocaddy I did buy. The one thing it did have the Motocaddy doesn't is a built in GPS tracker that keeps the trolley going on the path you have set (so it doens't deviate if going cross camber etc).The cynic in me asks why does a new member join a uk golf forum for trolley advice only then to post a link for an Nz brand?