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Golfstream has winter wrapped up

2.45pm 24th August 2021 - New Products

Golfstream, Europe’s leading supplier of powered golf trolley spares and batteries, has launched a new range of winter trolley accessories designed to complement its Vision golf trolley and prepare golfers for all weather conditions.

The range includes a heavy-duty trolley carry bag, made from a canvas-style material with a full zip and double handles, which will help keep mud and grass out of the car.

Wheel covers are available in packs of three, with two fully elasticated side wheels for easy on off and a draw string cover for the front wheel. Both products are complimented by a full rain cover that protects any bag and trolley from the elements.

Large canopy windsafe umbrellas come in round and square shapes with an easy-fix umbrella holder that fits most major trolley brands, while there is a pair of winter trolley mitts which conveniently attach to the handle, allowing the hands to slide easily in and out when operating a trolley.

Other accessories include winter hedgehog wheels, bag towels, a caddy pack, and a variety of holders for drinks, mobile phones and GPS units. 

GolfStream Managing Director Derek Richford commented: “This is a range of accessories that will make playing golf in all weathers more bearable. It’s not just about keeping the worst of the weather off the golfer and the trolley, but also about what happens after the game. Not only can we help keep the player dry and their scorecard and mobile phone out of the rain, our range of carry bags and wheel covers will help keep the car clean and tidy as well.”

All accessories are supported by the Golfstream’s UK-based service centre. For more details visit or email


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