This month Motocaddy shipped out its 500,000th electric trolley after supplying stockists worldwide with innovative club transportation for the past 15-years.
The leading trolley and cart bag brand hit the remarkable milestone last week with an M1 Lithium trolley sent to The Berkshire golf club, in Ascot. It coincides with record pre-orders taken for the 2020 range, which sees seven new electric trolley models launched.
“To reach half a million electric trolleys sold is a remarkable achievement and testament to the reliability of the products and popularity of the brand worldwide,” said, John Helas, Motocaddy CEO. “We’re extremely excited for this year’s new range and looking ahead to hitting the one million mark in the not too distant future,” he added.
Head PGA Professional at The Berkshire, Paul Anderson who received the milestone trolley, reiterated the reliability of Motocaddy electric trolleys are known throughout the industry. “It’s fantastic to hear one of our members is the owner of the 500,000th electric trolley sold by the brand," said Paul. "The gentleman had his previous Motocaddy trolley for nearly a decade and played regularly without issue, so it’s great that his new trolley hit such a huge milestone,” he added.
The new 2020 Motocaddy electric trolley range sees a comprehensive transformation in styling and features, whilst incorporating the undeniable reliability the brand is known for. To cement its position as the ultimate club transportation provider, extensive research was conducted last year among leading stockists and consumers to determine exactly what golfers across the UK look for in a modern golf trolley.
“The insights we gained from golfers and stockists during our research exercise has proved invaluable and helped to shape this year’s range, as we continue to push the boundaries in terms of innovation and style,” said John.
To emphasise its worldwide reach to more than 40 countries worldwide, Motocaddy took prime advertising spots around the boundary at the recent third Test match between England and South Africa in Port Elizabeth. The tourists were victorious and the extensive digital LED advertising around the St George’s Park ground was seen by a global audience of over 80 million through Sky Sports in the UK, Supersport in South Africa, FOX in Australia, Sky in New Zealand, SonySix in India and Willow in the United States.