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Canadian market electrified by Stewart Golf success

8.19am 7th July 2008 - Corporate

Stewart Golf’s X3R has roared to success in Canada, selling more than the entire first year’s allocation of units in just four months.

The UK-based trolley manufacturer has now announced that because of the phenomenal success of the X3R it plans to double the number of units in production to keep up with the demand – and also to introduce its new F1 Lithium to the market next year.

The company has recognised the Canadian market as a core target area where discerning golfers are eager to see the new, luxury, powered trolley and employed marketing specialist Joseph McLuckie to promote the trolley to the market.

McLuckie, said, “The Canadian market is a mature one when it comes to electric golf trolleys, but it has not seen any new or innovative products introduced within the last seven to eight years. The Canadian consumer is also predisposed to products made in the UK, so when we introduced the X3R, it was seen as a breath of fresh air.

“The F1 Lithium just solidifies Stewart Golf as the leading designer and manufacturer of premium golf trolleys in Canada. We will be taking it to the 2009 Toronto Golf & Travel show and we are confident it will be the show stopper.”

The F1 Lithium costs £2,500 and the X3R prices start from £1,049. More information can be found at

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