Golfstream, the UK‘s leading provider of spare parts for electric golf trolleys, will unveil its own trolley at Golf Europe in September. The Golfstream Revolution electric powered trolley will be on show at the Golfstream stand F14 in Hall 3.
Derek Richford, Sales Director of Canterbury based Golfstream said: "With more than 50 years‘ experience in the electric golf trolley business, the Golfstream team knows the market inside out and we believe we have created a fantastic new trolley that is significantly better than other leading brands.
"The Golfstream Revolution has been built with several key design features that make it the most user-friendly trolley in the market. The base is super-strong, the folding mechanism is fast and simple to use with the click of a button and the handle is designed for use by both right and left-handed users.
"We wanted the Revolution to be as simple as possible for golfers to use, both on the course and when getting the trolley in and out of vehicles, and visitors to our stand will see exactly how we‘ve achieved this."
Two Golfstream Revolutions take up as much space when folded down as one of the UK‘s most popular electric trolleys and its packaging is a third smaller, taking much less space on pro-shop floors and shelves.
The trolley is designed and built in Britain and uses UK-sourced parts, backed up by Golfstream‘s unrivalled reputation for providing outstanding customer service.
Adds Derek: "The Golfstream Revolution is stronger, smaller and easier to fold than the biggest-selling electric golf trolley in the UK.
"When you add that to our existing track record in providing a personal, helpful, customer friendly service for the most popular spare parts for the leading electric powered trolleys sold around the world, we believe we are ideally placed to give golfers a great product with outstanding back-up if they need it."
The Golfstream Revolution is available in black, orange, lime and white with matching cart bags and accessories. The trolley has a MRP of £449.
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