PowaKaddy Vs Motocaddy: which is best?
Sick and tired of lugging your golf clubs around the course?
An electric trolley is the closest most of us will ever come to a full-time caddie. They are sleek, batteries are lightweight and easy to charge up, and folding is simpler than ever before. As well as this, they allow you to preserve more energy throughout your round and to be better prepared for all weathers (i.e. transport your waterproofs and attach an umbrella holder to ensure you’re protected against all the elements).
Commercial giants of electric trolley manufacturing, PowaKaddy and Motocaddy, have some excellent promotional offers running at the moment – making now the ideal time to buy an electric trolley, ready for the new season.
How to decide between a Powakaddy and a Motocaddy electric trolley?
Here at Clarkes Golf Centre, we are delighted to stock equipment from both, PowaKaddy and Motocaddy, and will happily advise on the best trolley for you. However, it helps if you know a little bit about the brands beforehand.
When it comes to reliable and affordable golf trolleys, Motocaddy tick all of the right boxes. They promise to deliver the best in design, build and functionality for golfers of all ages and abilities, and their electric golf trolleys come with a wide range of performance-enhancing features, including compact QuickFold, Downhill Control (DHC), USB device charging and smart technology, including GPS.
PowaKaddy, on the other hand, are leaders in electric trolley innovation, cutting-edge designs and ground-breaking technology. The stunning collection of electric golf trolleys from PowaKaddy – the brand’s most technologically advanced range to date – combines compact design with industry-leading intelligence. That explains why they have over 1 million trolley sales each year and their accessories prove to be popular!
The best electric trolley for you will depend on several factors, including:
- the course you play
- the space you have available (both in your car and wherever you choose to store the trolley at home)
- your budget
The best electric trolley for hilly courses?
If you tend to play courses on undulating terrain, an electric trolley is sure to take the strain off your body. However, you want one that features a parking brake so you can secure your trolley on a slope while taking a shot. Aside from this, a trolley that can travel at a consistent speed when travelling downhill is ideal.
The best compact electric trolley?
Car boot space is often at a premium, especially when you need to fit in your clubs and other equipment at the same time. Fortunately, many electric golf trolleys, including the new compact-folding M-series from Motocaddy, fold down in just a few simple movements – providing a smaller folding footprint – and can fit in the smallest of boots.
PowaKaddy has launched several ‘industry firsts’ that have revolutionised the game too – including the ultra-compact CT6 which has been revamped for 2020. The Simple-2-Fold system means you can fold the trolley away neatly and it’s 35% smaller than its nearest competitor. It offers you everything you need from an electric trolley. It doesn’t take up too much space, it’s light and has a whisper-quiet motor.
The best value electric trolley?
Carrying is the most cost-effective way to transport your bag around the course, but it can seriously affect your body – not to mention your performance.
But luckily, a new electric golf trolley doesn’t need to break the bank. You can, quite easily, pick one up that helps you to save your energy for the 18th hole. Take the Motocaddy S1 Lite, for instance. It’s incredibly lightweight and carries an affordable price tag, yet still hosts a range of innovative features.
Find the perfect electric trolley for you today
At Clarkes Golf Centre, we are a leading stockist of PowaKaddy and Motocaddy electric trolleys and strive to provide excellent customer service. Our team has unrivalled experience in their field so, if you’re spoilt for choice, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Just give us a call on 01744 885 294 or send an email to email@example.com, and we’ll do everything we can to help you choose between a Motocaddy and PowaKaddy trolley.