GoKart Golf Trolley Review
I recently took delivery of the GoKart electric golf trolley and as we’re having some nice sunny weather over here in the UK I’ve been able to take it out for a couple of rounds, here’s my thoughts and experiences with it.
The assembly is quick and easy, simply 2 folds, attach the wheels, insert the battery and you’re ready to go. The battery holds the trolley together and there is a bit of a knack to be mastered when lining it up. When folded it’s pretty compact which is great for storage and people with unpractical cars (holds hand up).
The controls are located on the handle and are really simple, there’s a toggle for on and off, next to which is rotating knob that controls the speed. You set the speed to match your walking speed and let it motor along alongside you. It only works in one direction so if you are going up a steep incline you’ll want to hold onto it it to prevent it toppling over (I learnt this the hard way). Also on the handle is the standard holder for you score card, tees and a couple of balls.
Battery life has been great and completed various hilly par 5’s (there is also a 36 hole upgrade available), if the battery does run out its light enough to drag around without wearing your self out.
If you’re in the market for a new golf trolley I’d certainly recommend the GoKart (even if the first time I used it I had the round from hell). It’s available in the UK from GoKart (surprisingly enough) for £244.