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motocaddy 2020

A lovely touch to the Motocaddy 2020 line-up

What's in the Motocaddy 2020 range? We take a look at the trolley experts' new products for the season – starring the touchscreen M5 GPS
 

Introducing the full Motocaddy 2020 range: Motocaddy have four new models for 2020 including the flagship touchscreen M5 GPS model. Let’s take a closer look.

Motocaddy 2020: Motocaddy M5 GPS

The big new feature on this trolley is the GPS with a touchscreen display usable in all weather conditions and controllable even when wearing a glove. Especially handy in this current cold snap we’re having.

 

The GPS features over 40,000 golf courses and displays distances to the front, middle and back of greens – the new touchscreen function also allows you to move the flag position on the screen which is pretty neat.

The M5 GPS is also available in a DHC version for optimal downhill control which maintains a constant speed when travelling downhill.

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The Motocaddy GPS app also allows you to connect your trolley and smartphone so you can keep up with your notifications directly from the touchscreen which your phone is tucked away in your bag.

All the trolleys have been given a makeover with new styling to the handles, frame and wheels. For the first time all trolleys in the range include adjustable distance control, accessory station and USB charging port.

Like other M Series trolleys the new models feature the easilock bag connection system to keep your clubs safely in place.

Motocaddy 2020: Motocaddy S1

Motocaddy’s best selling electric trolley over the past decade has been updated for 2020 with an anti-glare screen, nine speed settings and adjustable distance control in 15, 30 and 45 yard increments. Manoeuvring has never been as easy with the new soft-touch handle.

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Motocaddy 2020: Motocaddy M1

This new M1 is Motocaddy’s simplest to use compact trolley designed to be compact so it will fit easily in your boot.

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The DHC version maintains a constant speed when travelling on gradients thanks to a single motor that offers downhill braking which is also paired with an electronic parking brake.

RRP: M1: £599.99/£649.99 (ultra lithium) M1 DHC: £649.99/£699.99 (ultra lithium)

Motocaddy 2020: Motocaddy M3 Pro

Modernised for 2020 the M3 Pro now features adjustable distance control up to 60 yards as well as driver, round and life distance measurements and a handy round timer. It is also available in DHC.

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RRP: M3 Pro: £649.99/£699.99 (ultra lithium) M3 Pro DHC: £699.99/£749.99 (ultra lithium)

Also included in this year’s range is the luxury M-Tech model released last August. The striking design offers superior performance for the ultimate in golf club transport.

Motocaddy 2020: Push trolleys

Don’t forget push trolleys! Motocaddy have also unveiled three new push trolleys for the 2020 season the Cube, P1 and Z1. The cube is the most compact and has an easy two-step folding system. The new graphite frame features numerous storage options for all your golfing accessories.

The P1 has a thicker frame and is the quickest to set-up thanks to a one-step folding system. Finally the Z1 is the lightest trolley in the range with removable friction free wheels which can easily be removed for storage.

RRP: Cube – £179.99, P1 – £154.99, Z1 – £119.99

That’s all for now keep your eyes out for a full review of the Motocaddy 2020 line-up when we get the trolleys into the office for testing. For more information head to the Motocaddy website.

Hannah Holden

hannah holden

Hannah Holden is the Equipment and Instruction Editor here at National Club Golfer. If you’re looking to improve your game, by changing your golf swing or upgrading your golf equipment she’ll have the answers.

As well as writing lots of features and reviews you can find her on our YouTube channel giving you insights on the latest rules, clubs and tips to improve your golf game.

Hannah is a member at Alwoodley golf club. You will either find her here or driving up and down the country playing in a variety of elite amateur events.

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