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Stewart Golf launches Q Remote power trolley

12.30pm 16th April 2021 - New Products

Golf trolley manufacturer Stewart Golf has completed its 2021 line up with launch of its latest model – the Q Remote.

The Q Remote, boasts the same design, and enjoys many of the same features as the Q Follow, but is priced at a more affordable £999, compared to the Q Follow’s £1,649 price tag.

Billed as the world’s most compact remote controlled golf trolley, the Q Remote folds down small enough be lifted one-handed and is designed to stand vertically or horizontally.

Available with either 18-hole and 36-hole SmartPower lithium batteries, both of which are ‘plug-and-play’ and come with a free smartphone app that lets golfers monitor usage and capacity in real time. Handset-charging is via a USB cable.

Stewart Golf’s Bluetooth electronics system provides reliable communication from up to 50m, as well as three cruise control speeds. Scorecard holder, soft-touch silicone handle and bag strap, handset storage, anti-twist locking bag key, four accessory points, cruise control, quick release wheels, and an umbrella holder mount all come as standard.

Bespoke EcoDrive motors, which give more holes-per-charge, are also shared with the Q Follow and X10 trolleys. A patent-pending stabiliser, which automatically deploys and retracts when the Q is folded or unfolded, combines with an ultra-low centre of gravity to give outstanding stability going up or down slopes and hills – vital for a remote control machine.

The distinctive microcellular composite chassis, main support, and handle combine maximum strength with sleek design. As with all the company’s trolleys,  each one is designed, engineered and built by hand at Stewart Golf’s Gloucestershire headquarters.

Mark Stewart, CEO of Stewart Golf, said: “The Q Series was four years in development and a remote-control version was always part of the plan. All of our electric trolleys have been designed with performance and stability as express priorities, which differs from most other remote machines on the market that are derived from ‘single motor’ versions. If you’re 50m away from the trolley you need to be confident that it’s as stable as possible.

Remote control frees you up from being permanently attached to your trolley. This allows you to walk freely and focus on your next shot, as well as being better for your back, your game and your whole golfing experience.”


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