Many things in our life are tiresome ,but often solutions are both simple and close to hand.
One example would be the activity of lugging a heavy bag full of clubs around the course ,complete with waterproofs,drinks,food and a supply of balls. A full bag weighs around 20 kilogrammes , putting a strain on your back, shoulders, arms and neck. So stop carrying that heavy load and let an electric trolley do the work for you. Using one of these carts is about improving your game by literally taking the weight of your shoulders and allowing you to concentrate on your swing.
Those that have bought an electric trolley are finding it is the perfect playing partner and more and more players are realising just how important it is to their game. There was a time when using a Protrolley was a luxury , but not anymore. Usage is now commonplace and you rarely see a group without at least one user.
An electric golf trolley, as the name suggests, is a battery operated automatic cart that could be either manual or remote control. It provides easy transportation of clubs from tee to green and allows a normal upright posture while walking. This reduces the risk of strains and injuries. This also provides added comfort and helps the golfer to concentrate on his swing.
There are many benefits of using a powered caddy over a traditional pull or push trolley. With the manual option, you are required to walk around in a bent forward and twisted position. Which after a while can in my experience cause back and shoulder pain, thus negating the benefit of a trolley? The best option is a powered caddy; an electric trolley will transport your clubs from tee to green with ease, whilst allowing you to walk behind the cart in a normal upright position, gently guiding the trolley at you own pace.
The most common of these injuries is the lower-back or spinal injury, closely followed by the left wrist and shoulder. At least three out of every five golfers experience back injuries at some point of time or another. The primary causes of such injuries are due to poor swing mechanics, poor physical fitness and sporadic play.
Owning an electric cart doesn’t have to cost the earth, they are compact, come complete with a range of accessories and cost little more than a quality traditional trolley.