Golf Trolleys

For those who prefer not to carry their clubs on their backs and want to preserve as much energy as possible, Clarkes Golf Centre has the perfect solution - Golf Trolleys. Affordable Golf Trolleys Long gone are the days when carrying clubs on your back is looked upon as a sign of your golfing a... Show more..
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Frequently Asked Questions?

  • Buying a golf trolley is a significant financial investment – one that will set you back several hundred pounds. With that said, it’s only right that you want to purchase the best one for your needs and budget.

    When choosing a golf trolley, you need to consider the type of golf course you play on. For flatter courses, a push or pull golf trolley will allow you to make your way across the course with ease. However, electric golf trolleys are better suited to hilly courses and undulating terrain, as they do the hard work for you.

    Something else to think about is the performance of the trolley. You want to be confident that the trolley can accommodate the size and weight of your golf bag and move smoothly across the links.

    If you’re toying with the idea of a motorised trolley, you need to check the operating range (i.e. 18 holes or 36 holes) to ensure the battery won’t run out mid-way through the round.

    It’s also important to take into account the space in your car boot and at home. Push and pull golf carts tend to take up less room as they don’t have a battery. However, there are some super-compact electric models on the market too, providing you with the best of both worlds.

    If you’d like an expert opinion, or wish to discuss your requirements with our team, don’t hesitate to call us on 01744 885 294.

  • The cost of a golf trolley can vary depending on several factors.

    Electric golf trolleys tend to cost more than their manual counterparts – but they allow you to save your energy for the game.

    Similarly, the price you’ll pay for a Motocaddy golf trolley will differ from the price of a PowaKaddy golf trolley or Big Max golf trolley. And the more features and benefits a trolley offers, the more you can expect it to cost.

    The good news is, here at Clarkes’ Golf Centre, we provide some of the most competitive prices around and accommodate all budgets.

    Be sure to browse our range of electric trolleys and push trolleys online and click through to find out more. If you’re spoilt for choice, use the filters on the left-hand side to narrow your options down.

  • Some golfers prefer to carry their golf clubs – especially if they’re only playing a quick 9 holes or getting some much-needed practice in at the driving range.

    However, using a trolley to cart your clubs across the green can have a number of benefits.

    Instead of lugging your clubs on your back or shoulder, a golf trolley will take the strain off your body, allowing you to save your energy for the game. On top of this, it can reduce the risk of injury, meaning you can continue playing golf for longer (without any aches and pains).

    When you carry your golf bag, you’re limited on what you can take with you. The great thing about using a push or electric golf trolley is that you can take much more onto the links – including (but not limited to) an umbrella, waterproof jacket, towel and plenty of refreshments.

    For more reasons why you should invest in a golf trolley, call Clarkes’ Golf Centre on 01744 885 294.

  • There are several different brands to choose from when it comes to golf trolleys, and we supply only the best here at Clarkes’ Golf Centre.

    If you’re thinking about buying a 3-wheel push golf trolley, you’ll find an assortment of options from Axglo. Axglo golf trolleys are among the smallest available on the market when folded and unfolded. You’ll also discover a selection of push trolleys from Big Max, Europe’s leading trolley manufacturer for more than 20 years, and some affordable options by Motocaddy.

    If you’re looking for an electric model, we stock PowaKaddy and Motocaddy models. Both of which are brands renowned for their exceptional electric golf trolleys. Most of which come with a host of unique features and fold up to a compact size.