Golfers who prefer the simplicity of push carts will be able to work out shot distances on their trolley for the very first time, thanks to the brand new Motocaddy S3 Lite trolley with a built-in distance measurement feature.
The new S3 Lite – which freewheels both forwards and backwards allowing it to be pushed or pulled – lets golfers determine the length of drives or distances past yardage markers, while also giving the option of measuring how far they’ve walked over the course of a round plus the total distance travelled by the trolley during its lifetime.
The trolley boasts other new features, such as the innovative ‘round’ timer, while a built-in clock is also included on the easy to use digital screen – a world first in the push cart market.
“The S3 Lite offers more features than any push cart ever made,” said Motocaddy Chairman David Wells. “It’s also the first non-electric model to include a built-in measurement device and breakthroughs like this further highlight our dedication to provide golfers with the most innovative trolleys on the market.”
Meanwhile, sporty wheels and stylish ergonomic handle grips help give the new S3 Lite a contemporary and sleek appearance.
Based on the frame design of the popular Motocaddy S1 Lite, the trolley features the exclusive S-Series folding system that locks together when folded. The lightweight aluminium frame – weighing only 6kg – and quick release wheels ensure the trolley is also incredibly easy to use on the golf course. A simple-to-use foot-operated parking brake gives the golfer maximum control at all times.
Other features of the cart include a removable insulated food and drink pouch that sits between the rear wheels, as well as fully adjustable bag supports.
The S3 Lite, which comes in Black, has an RRP of £129.99 and will be available from March 2012.