PowaKaddy, the number one name in powered carts, has supplied all nine members of England’s Under 18 team with a stylish Freeway II electric trolley.
The top of the range Freeway II’s were handed over to mark the opening of the Carris Trophy (English Boys Strokeplay Championship) played this week at Woodhall Spa – the home of the English Golf Union (EGU).
Walker Cup players Tommy Fleetwood, Chris Paisley and Stiggy Hodgson were a few of the recipients on that occasion, and the positive feedback from both the players and the EGU has been the catalyst for providing the boys team with a similar offering.
PowaKaddy enjoys a very loyal following amongst young, category one golfers thanks to the product’s slim-line compact design and stylish sporty appearance and this new partnership is sure to enhance that positioning.
“We aim to promote the game at the grass-roots level and our relationship with the English Golf Union contributes to that and also plays a part in extending the careers of our future superstars,” said Simon Homer, sales director of PowaKaddy.
PowaKaddy continues to drive the market when it comes to electric trolley design, quality and performance. This extended alliance with the EGU will further strengthen PowaKaddy’s position as the pioneers of the electric trolley market.