Stewart Golf Sponsor BunkerFEST

Our good friends at Stewart Golf have put up one of there fantastic remote control X5 (without the bag) carts for a prize at BunkerFEST. This is one crazy good piece of kit and usually sells at around �1200 so a wonderful prize. The guy’s from Stewart will be at the event demoing these carts so if you don’t win it you can at least have a wee drive of it…bit like going to the Porsche garage and just looking really but much more fun. The X5 Remote is the latest evolution of the X Series which started with the X1 back in 2003. The X Series was designed to change the perception of the battery powered cart from something that a golfer might need, to something that they desire. Unlike most other trolleys on the market, the X5 Remote was specifically designed to be remotely controlled. A unique chassis design places the battery in the centre of the wheelbase, resulting in a low and central centre of gravity which in turn gives you the stability you need. The X5 has a wide rear wheelbase (66cm), and also has two front wheels for an increased footprint. The chassis has a built in stabiliser, which means that the X5 Remote has the ability to remain stable on the most challenging courses without help from you, meaning that you can just concentrate on your game. The compact handset allows you to move the machine forwards, reverse, faster, slower, left and right from up to 50 yards away. You can also program up to 4 walking speeds in to the handset, designed to allow the X5 Remote to resume your ideal speed at the touch of a single button. The X5 Remote comes in Silver, Black or Green and one lucky person will win one of these at BunkerFEST . However, you have to be in it to win it so if you haven’t booked you tickets yet you need to get a wriggle on. For more information on Stewart Golf go to their website http://www.stewartgolf.com/Welcome.ikml

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