The Prize

The winner will win a R1-S Push trolley and SportDrive cart bag in the colour of their choice.

Stewart Golf says…

Stewart Golf is the only company that makes its trolleys in Britain and has been manufacturing premium hand-built powered trolleys in Gloucestershire for approaching 15 years.

Their latest remote controlled trolley – the X9 – was launched in 2014 and features revolutionary Follow technology that can keep the trolley always at a specific, safe and discreet distance behind the golfer as they walk the course.

Stewart Golf also turned its expertise to the push trolley market: its three-wheeled R1-S Push model is a cutting edge design with patented rack and pinion folding mechanism, making it the smallest and easiest-to-fold push trolley available.

R1-S Push (RRP £199.00)

Described by reviewers as “the best push trolley on the market”, the R1-S Push is premium, hand-built in Great Britain, and outstanding in every aspect.

Available in 10 different colour combinations of frame and wheels, its patented rack-and-pinion folding mechanism means it folds up and down smaller, quicker and more easily than any other push trolley and looks incredibly stylish into the bargain.

It comes with many accessories as standard that are extra-cost options on other trolleys, including holders for an umbrella, a scorecard and drinks bottle.

It can accommodate any bag – including Tour bags – and comes with a full two-year manufacturer’s warranty.

SportDrive cart bag (RRP £159.00)

New for 2018, the SportDrive cart bag is the perfect companion to the R1-S Push.

As well as 14 full-length dividers and a dedicated putter well, it has nine forward-facing pockets including one that’s insulated, two large ones for more bulky items such as waterproofs and a huge ball pocket.

Available in practical and hardwearing black with red, blue or green accents to exactly match the wheel colour options of the R1-S, it weighs only 3.1kg, has a padded shoulder strap and is easily manoeuvred thanks to two easy-access handles at its top and a grab point on the base.

More information can be found on the Stewart Golf website.

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