Motocaddy unveils exciting additions to 2019 trolley range

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Upgraded S1, S7 REMOTE and new Z1 push model revealed by leading trolley brand
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March 20, 2019
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Motocaddy, the world’s top-selling trolley brand, has unveiled exciting new additions to its 2019 electric and push trolley ranges incorporating state-of-the-art design, cutting edge technology and trusted features.

The S1 model - the world’s favourite powered trolley - has received a significant upgrade for the 2019 season, while maintaining the reliable construction and signature frame design that has seen it become the top-selling powered trolley for golfers around the globe.

The S1 joins the ‘hands-free’ S7 REMOTE as part of the new-look S-Series range. The remote-controlled model includes a host of new features with exceptional control around the course, making it one of the market’s most desired powered trolleys.

Motocaddy has also unveiled the brand new Z1 push model enhancing the brand’s choice of non-powered trolleys, which also includes the award-winning CUBE CONNECT; the compact CUBE and quick-folding P1.

“We’re proud to continue innovating and pushing the boundaries in both the powered and non-powered trolley sectors,” said Oliver Churcher, Motocaddy Marketing Manager. “Our 2019 range includes a trolley for every golfer; irrespective of whether their decision is based on budget, technology, size or design,” he added.

Part of the brand’s updated S-Series range, the award-winning S1 combines modernised styling and eye-catching graphics with a new stunning high-resolution, sunlight friendly LCD screen – like the one used on the compact-folding M-Series range - offering nine-speeds, plus advanced battery meter and speed indicator.

The latest simple and easy-to-use model also features a new super-lightweight Lithium battery which can be left in the battery tray for charging and transportation. In addition, the brand’s exclusive super-fast QUIKFOLD mechanism and innovative EASILOCK™ bag-to-trolley connection system - removing the need for a lower bag strap – is included along with a powerful, whisper-quiet 200W motor; soft-touch ergonomic handle and fully-adjustable bag supports.    

“The S1 trolley has been a mainstay of our range for well over a decade and we’re confident the latest model will be as popular as its predecessors,” said Churcher.

‘Hands free’

Boasting next generation remote control technology, the new S7 REMOTE features a compact rechargeable remote Lithium handset which includes dual pressure buttons for the ultimate responsive control around the course. The handset also fits neatly into an integrated holder located on the underside of a soft-touch ergonomic handle. A new cutting-edge drive system offers improved directional controls, while also optimising the trolley’s efficiency to reduce battery usage. The S7 REMOTE also now includes the brand’s pioneering Automatic Downhill Control, that adjusts to maintain a constant speed while moving down a gradient for a smoother ride on undulating terrains.

“The technology included within the new S7 REMOTE really is at the forefront of the remote-controlled trolley market,” said Oliver. We’ve made huge upgrades to improve the handling, control and enjoyment golfers will get out on the course,” he added.

The S7 REMOTE also includes a streamlined battery tray to accommodate the sleek Lithium battery used to power it; a pause and resume feature; easy manual control mode; rear anti-tip wheel; new emergency stop function; 50m cut out and 45 second hibernation; QUIKFOLD mechanism; EASILOCK compatibility; a patented USB charging port and distinctive branding on the signature S-Series frame.

The new S1 electric trolley is available in Graphite/Red at the following RRP’s - Standard Lithium battery (£499.99/€599.99) / Extended Lithium battery (£549.99/€649.99). The S7 REMOTE is available in Graphite/Orange at an RRP of £849.99/€999.99 with Lithium battery.

Motocaddy unveils exciting additions to 2019 trolley range
S1 Graphite Folded

Z1 push trolley

The Z1 is the newest entry-level push trolley which offers unbeatable value and wide-ranging features, including a simple two-step folding system, foot-operated parking brake and an easy-push ergonomic handle that is adjustable to three heights. There’s ample storage space incorporated in the handle, including an accessory compartment; drink and scorecard holders; tee and ball holders; plus, an umbrella holder fitting. The oversized wheels are friction free and require no maintenance, plus they include the quick-release mechanism to save storage space if needed.

“The Z1 is a great option for the budget conscious golfer looking for a really good, lightweight push trolley from a trusted brand,” said Churcher. “We’ve been delighted by the response to our other push models and we’re excited to expand our range further with the addition of the new Z1,” he added.

The new Z1 push trolley is available in Graphite/Blue and Graphite/Red at an RRP of £119.99/€149.99.

For more information on all Motocaddy trolleys, bags, batteries and accessories, please visit or follow @MotocaddyGolf on social media.

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