Motocaddy will be exhibiting at next week’s PGA Show for the first time, providing the brand with an opportunity to highlight its comprehensive 2022 range to an influential global industry audience.
Attended by PGA Professionals from across the USA and a host of golf industry leaders, the show returns to Orlando, Florida from January 26-28 with more than 700 exhibitors, plus thousands of PGA members and golf course owners and managers – making it the largest international golf business gathering since 2020.
Motocaddy anticipates a lot of interest from attendees following a significant increase in the popularity of electric and non-electric golf trolleys over the past two year, as golf participation has increased worldwide, more newcomers have taken up the game and more rounds have been played by existing golfers.
“Our involvement in this year’s PGA Show marks a significant landmark for Motocaddy and conveys a massive brand statement to golf retailers and operators in the USA and beyond,” said Motocaddy CEO John Helas, who plans to meet brand partners from across the world.
“We’ve made extraordinary strides since we launched into the world’s largest golf market two years ago, with an office and warehouse in Carlsbad and a service facility in Chicago, plus a fantastic management and sales team. The show gives us a great opportunity to showcase our innovative products and introduce many more potential buyers to the brand.”.
Among the key models on display on the stand will be the M7 REMOTE electric trolley – winner of the prestigious MyGolfSpy ‘Most Wanted’ award for the last two years – that has already built a strong following among those American golfers who walk the course; the M5 GPS DHC with hi-res touchscreen technology offering access to GPS mapping for over 40,000 courses; plus the easy-to-use M1 DHC compact trolley, featuring USB charging port, automatic downhill control and an electronic parking brake.
The brand will also introduce retailers to the M7 GPS, the world’s first remote controlled touchscreen trolley featuring quick and accurate fully-integrated GPS for over 40,000 worldwide courses, plus access to Motocaddy’s new cellular-powered Performance Plan feature upgrades.
The 600 square foot Motocaddy stand (#3321) is located close to the PGA Magazine booth, while branding hanging from the ceiling will allow easy viewing from the busy show floor. It features three large screens showing the latest models in operation, along with episodes from the Motocaddy headline-sponsored Golf Greatest Holes TV show that will be launching to an American audience later this month on NBC’s Golf Pass network.
“I want people leaving the show each day to remember the Motocaddy booth as a standout attraction and be impressed by the innovative, quality products they saw,” said Roger Teat, President of Motocaddy Inc., who will be welcoming customers and prospects to the booth over the three days of the show, alongside members of the US and International sales team.
“This is a huge opportunity for me and my team to speak to PGA Professionals and not only highlight the benefits of a Motocaddy electric trolley and why it is the best way to walk the course, but importantly how it can boost revenues going through their till. We also want to educate those who don’t know much about the amazing Motocaddy brand story or the game-changing products we offer and we’re very excited about talking with them at the show.”