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Tried & Tested: the Motocaddy S1 Digital
by Carly Frost
September 6, 2011

White is the in-colour in golf, from white drivers to white putters, and now there's even a white golf trolley.

White might sound a little impractical for a muddy golf course, but when you see the S1 you'll definitely want one. It's packed with features galore, most notably nine speed settings, a whisper quiet motor and a lightweight sturdy frame, making it easy to manoeuvre.

The Motocaddy S1 Digital Trolley

I've been testing the S1 for the last six months and there's absolutely nothing to fault. It's really easy to use and I particularly like the simple folding system which means you will have no worries fitting the S1 in the boot of your car.

Price: £299.99 - Contact: www.motocaddy.co.uk








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