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Motocaddy inspires Golfers with New Product Videos

9.10am 4th June 2014 - New Products

Jeremy Dale explains features of all five electric trolleys and benefits of lithium batteries
Jeremy Dale explains features of all five electric trolleys and benefits of lithium batteries

Top-selling electric trolley brand Motocaddy has launched a series of inspirational videos to further help retailers and consumers understand the key features of all five models in the new range, as well as the benefits offered by the increasingly-popular lithium batteries.

Presented by trick-shot specialist Jeremy Dale at De Vere Venues Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire, the three to five minute videos feature the S1, S1 PRO, S3 PRO, M1 PRO and M3 PRO models along with a ‘Time To Go Lithium’ version–all of which are now available on

On the same section of the website, golfers can also find animated videos originally produced last year, explaining the folding and unfolding sequences of the M1 PRO, the brand’s most successful trolley launch of all time.

“The new videos are an important step forward in presenting our latest range to both consumers and retailers,” said Marketing Manager Oliver Churcher. “It’s the strongest range we’ve ever produced and feedback from golfers on our new models has been very positive, but we’re always looking for ways to make life even easier for customers and the videos are designed to do precisely that.

“We’re also encouraging our retail partners to use the videos as much as possible to maximise sell-through – either on their websites or in-store with iPads or DVD’s,” added Churcher.

After presenting the videos, Dale, who has been a PGA Professional for 25 years, said: “Having put the trolleys through their paces during the filming, I can see how each one meets the different needs of golfers and just how good the new models are.”


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