The best golf push trolleys of 2015 include models that are compact, practical and colourful, so you should have no trouble finding something to consider...
All seven of our best golf push trolleys of 2015 share one thing in common, they’re a long way removed from the thick, clunky and heavy framed models that used to roll up and down the fairways not more than a decade ago.
Fast-forward to today and it seems we cannot live without them.
In our health-conscious generation, the chance to avoid back and knee injuries, and gain a performance advantage over the last few holes, means using a trolley is widely considered a win-win scenario.
Push trolleys in particular are great if you want to use something you can leave in your car or garage between rounds with nothing to worry about. They also tend to be lighter, cheaper and also fold away smaller than most electric trolleys.
If these qualities sound like something you’re keen on, read on to find out more about some of best golf push trolleys 2015 has to offer…
Motocaddy M1 Lite – £149.99
GM says: This popular push trolley is compact and stylish, utilising a twin-tube frame and triple-hinge that help it fold down extremely small. Oversize wheels help it run smoothly, while the foot brake is a good touch. Its removable insulated food and drink pouch also adds to the value and leaves extra room in your golf bag for your accessories.
Stewart Golf R1 Push – £199
GM says: This is robust, yet still the best-
looking push model here. Its folding system has no external components, allowing it to fold smaller while keeping dirt and dust away from the mechanism so it lasts longer. The foot brake easily secures the trolley, and the storage space available below the handle is impressive, including a hidden ball section.
In the video above our Digital Editor Neil Tappin tests the Stewart Golf R1 push trolley.
PowaKaddy Twinline 4 – £129.99
GM says: This 7kg push trolley is incredibly easy to set up, with its height-adjustable telescopic handle aiding both on-course usability and how quickly and compactly it folds down. Three large wheels make it easy to push and steer, particularly when combined with the comfy handle. The accessory station is also well designed and easy to access.
Big Max / IQ+ – £189
GM says: Designed to fold and unfold in one movement, this push trolley features a brake on the handle and an accessory station with a scorecard holder and the scope to add a GPS and umbrella holder. We also liked the mesh pocket underneath the accessory station, while the colour-pop detailing on the wheels adds a stylish modern touch.
GolferPal EasyPal – £229
GM says: Many won’t have heard of GolferPal, but you’ll know the EasyPal push trolley if you see it thanks to its unique battery-powered folding and unfolding mechanism that means the trolley looks after itself. Available in black and white colour options, it also has a large storage compartment, a ball holder, a drinks holder and folds up very small.
PowerBug / Push 2.0 – £99
GM says: This lightweight push design borrows features from PowerBug’s electric models, such as its lightweight aircraft-grade aluminium frame that means it weighs just 4.8kg. An insulated zip-up bag below the chassis houses drinks, while its easily activated foot brake adds stability. The easy-roll Sports Wheels take any strain out of pushing.
Axglo Flip n’ Go – £149
GM says: This simple-to-use four-wheel push model has been designed to ensure even weight distribution, and therefore stability, on uneven terrain. The minimalist design has a two-step open and close function, while a hand-activated brake lever increases control. Its storage console also provides the space to house drinks, balls and other accessories.