Electric golf trolleys aren’t for everyone. Despite folding down into a pretty compact size, a push option is still the preferred choice for many, as they’re generally lighter and easier to use – plus, they’re nowhere near as expensive.
Despite being simpler versions of their electric counterparts, modern push trolleys contain many features that make them an attractive alternative. We’ve selected some of the best models on the market.
Motocaddy P1 Push Trolley, RRP £159.99
The P1’s simple one-step folding mechanism gets the big thumbs up – it’s ready to use in seconds. It’s also one of the most feature-packed push trolleys on the market. A foot parking brake, friction-free oversize wheels, adjustable handle height, adjustable bag supports, and an accessories compartment are just some of the features you can expect. There are many more features that make the M1 one of the best push trolleys around.
Motocaddy Z1 Push Trolley, RRP £129.99
The Motocaddy Z1 will suit anyone looking for a simple, lightweight push trolley. It just about offers the same number of features as the brand’s P1, although you don’t quite get that same premium feel. Even so, with the three handle height settings, friction-free oversize wheels and two-step folding system, it’s highly functional, and it’ll definitely appeal to the more budget-conscious golfer.
Motocaddy CUBE Push Trolley, RRP £189.99
Compact and simple to fold with its two-step folding system, the Motocaddy CUBE is a lightweight push trolley that does an excellent job of saving space. At the same time, it provides golfers with all the handy features they need over the course of a round. In fact, it’s packed with storage options, whilst the adjustable handle height and foot parking brake enhance its functionality.
PowaKaddy Twinline 4 Push Trolley, RRP £159.00
This sleek-looking push trolley features a lightweight, robust aluminium frame with a quick fold system that provides a swift and easy set-up from its compact size to full assembly. Meanwhile, PowaKaddy’s Key Lock system ensures your bag will stay secure, so you won’t experience any of that annoying slipping throughout the round. It can also be adjusted to fit varying ride height requirements, which is really useful.
Fastfold Mission 5.0 3 Wheel Push Trolley, RRP £229.00
Featuring an ultra-light design, easy fold system and removable rear wheels, this push trolley from Fastfold ticks a lot of boxes. It doesn’t lack features, with the upper bracket and automatic bag clasp amongst the best of them, whilst the storage net, tee and ball holder, mobile phone holder and Velcro glove storage demonstrates that attention to detail golfers crave.
Big Max Ti-Lite Push Trolley, RRP £229.00
A trolley that lives up to its name, it’s also worth pointing out that this trolley is also sturdy and robust, and few trolleys are quite so easy to use. Whilst it doesn’t fold down to quite such a compact size as many others, its superb practicality more than makes up for it. Meanwhile, the deluxe Organiser Panel offers ample space for all your golfing essentials.
Big Max Blade Quattro Push Trolley, RRP £229.00
With a robust four-wheel construction, the Blade Quattro certainly navigates the fairways with ease – and it comes into its own on especially hilly terrain – yet it’s also simple to assemble and fold down to store away in the boot of a car. The manufacturer describes it well when it says the trolley “opens like a fan”, as it shifts from flat to fully open in seconds.
ClicGear 4.0 Push Trolley, RRP £249.00
Stylish and functional, the ClicGear 4.0 sits towards the upper end of the price spectrum – but don’t let that deter you if you’re in the market for a push trolley. The aluminium frame has a premium look, and if there were an award for how smoothly a trolley operates around the course, this would be a contender. It doesn’t lack attention to detail, either, with all the golfers’ needs considered.
Stewart Golf R1-S Push Trolley, RRP £179.00
Designed from the wheels up to improve the on-course experience, the Stewart Golf’s R1-S glides along the fairways with minimum effort thanks to its dual ball bearing, free-rolling wheels. The bag jaws open wide enough to accommodate the biggest bags, whilst a silicone grip secures it firmly in place. It’s nice to see a few extra colour options available, too, which hasn’t always been the case with trolleys.
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