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Motocaddy S5 Connect Lithium Electric Trolley

The tagline from Motocaddy when it unveiled the S5 Connect Lithium Electric Trolley, ‘Take a step into the future’ implied this would be a trolley which has everything a golfer should need going forward with their game—and it delivers on that promise.

The S5 Connect Trolley allows players to tap into their smartphone to receive full GPS information when on the greens, including push notifications, all under your fingertips. This provides players the utmost convenience during a round.

When connected to your smartphone, you will receive information such as distances to front, middle and back of the green, plus other hole information. It is pre-loaded with 36,000 golf courses, utilising the world’s No.1 mapping database and zero subscription fees. It also displays a clock and round timer for added convenience.

It will even alert you when you receive text messages, emails and missed calls. Other apps including WhatsApp, Facebook and SnapChat are also readily accessible.

This golf trolley benefits from adjustable distance control (up to 45m) allowing you to release the trolley towards the next tee box. Nine speed settings allow this trolley to stay at your preferred walking speed.

The streamlined battery tray improves the design and lets the battery click into place with ease. The QUICKFOLD mechanism makes it more convenient to get in and out of your car, while EASILOCK compatibility and soft-touch ergonomic handle is the icing on the cake.

The Motocaddy S5 Connect Lithium Electric Trolley is now available from American Golf.

Weight: 9kg, Dimensions: 850 (L) x 595 (W) x 355mm (H), Motor: 200w, Material: Aluminium.

*compatible smartphone with free Motocaddy app required.

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