Motocaddy SE Electric Trolley and Pro Series Cart Bag Review

GolfMagic tests out the new Motocaddy SE electric trolley and Pro Series cart bag.

Motocaddy SE Electric Trolley
Motocaddy SE Electric Trolley
Simple and easy to use, excellent value, high build quality, USB charging port is an excellent added feature
A speed dial would have been a nice addition

Motocaddy SE Electric Trolley Key Features: 

  • Quickfold mechanism: super fast folding mechanism is easy and quick to use
  • Nine-speed settings: east to adjust setting to find your right walking pace
  • Long lasting Lithium battery: will last for up to 36 holes
  • Eaislock compatible: allows you to easily attach a Motocaddy bag without the need for a bottom bag strap


The Motocaddy SE, one of the brand's latest offerings, stands out as a simple, affordable, entry-level trolley. It's designed to provide all the necessary features for effortless club transportation, making it a smart choice for golfers on a budget. 

Featuring a straightforward two-step folding mechanism, detachable wheels, and a lightweight, removable lithium battery, the SE is a user-friendly and cost-effective solution for carrying your clubs on the course. 

To fully test out the SE and Motocaddy's Pro-Series Cart bag, we took them to Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate.

Let's get into it.

Motocaddy SE handle
Motocaddy SE handle

Electric trolleys come in all different shapes and sizes, offering a wider variety of features and additional add-ons. 

Sometimes, though, simple is best, and that's certainly the case with the Motocaddy SE.

Some people just want a trolley that will get their clubs from A to B without any fuss, and with that simple need in mind, Motocaddy has created its most affordable and easy-to-use electric trolley to date.

The SE features a two-step folding mechanism that, once used for the first time, is incredibly simple. All you need to do is press two buttons, and the full frame will fold out and in with two clean and simple motions. 

The trolley itself is compact, and when folded down completely, will fit easily in any car's boot. 

Once the trolley was out of our car's boot, we unfolded it, attached the wheels, and were ready to go. 

Motocaddy SE wheels
Motocaddy SE wheels

At this stage, we must also commend the brand's Easilock system. The system works using two pins in the trolley's base that slot into any Motocaddy bag. 

This system not only prevents the need for a bottom bag strap, but it also holds the bag perfectly in place, preventing any twisting. 

Motocaddy Easilock
Motocaddy Easilock

Once our bag was in place, we could simply press a single button on the handle, and we were away. 

The same button that we used to turn the trolley on and off also doubles up as a wheel to alter the speed at which the trolley moves. 

Cycling through the nine-speed setting, we quickly found one that suited our pace, and we were gently strolling down the first hole. 

In an ideal world, we would have liked to have had some sort of indicator of our speed, be it a screen or a dial, but we appreciate that sacrifices needed to be made somewhere in order to keep the price as affordable as it is. 

Once out on the course, the trolley made easy work of hills and uneven ground, and it was easy to manoeuvre across small bridges and tight paths. 

The single wheel at the front does a good job of directing the trolley, and it also allows for easy changes of direction, which is key. 

As our round progressed, we honestly struggled to find fault with the SE. It is perhaps not the most glamorous-looking trolley compared to the Motocaddy M-Tech, but it does its job well and is exceptionally reliable. 

Motocaddy SE
Motocaddy SE

Another added detail that we really appreciated on the SE was the addition of a USB charging port, which is located underneath the handle. 

The port allows you to charge a phone, GPS device, or anything else, and it's an excellent added detail that you wouldn't typically expect to see on an entry-level trolley. 

Overall, the SE is hard to fault. The build quality is good, the design is simple yet effective, and the price point offers remarkably good value. 

One of the best compliments we could pay the SE is that it makes playing golf so much simpler. 

Without the strain of a bag on your back, every round is more enjoyable, and while that could be said for any electric trolley, the SE is so simple to use that you almost forget you are using it at all. 

One simple push of a button, and you're away. There are no distractions, allowing you to focus on what's important: the golf. 

It's worth mentioning that the SE comes with two battery options: a lead acid 18-hole as standard or a 36-hole lithium battery for £70 more. 

The lead-acid is ideal for those wanting to keep the price down. However, we would recommend lithium, as having the option to play 36 holes is always nice. 

While we were testing the SE trolley, we were also equipped with a Pro-Series bag from Motocaddy. 

The Pro-Series is one of Motocaddy's premium cart bags. It's beautifully designed to work in tandem with the brand's trolley. Although it can obviously be used on any trolley, the Motocaddy duo is a match made in heaven. 

Motocaddy Pro Series Bag
Motocaddy Pro Series Bag

Featuring nine spacious pockets, an enlarged putter well and 14-full length club dividers, the Pro Series has an abundance of space for everything you could ever need out on the course. 

A large thermal pocket offers plenty of space for even the largest water bottles, while the strap loop also makes attaching the bag to a trolley or buggy very easy.

Motocaddy Pro Series bag
Motocaddy Pro Series bag

The design is sleek, while slivers of colour are dotted around the bag for added visual appeal. 

We chose the lime green colourway, but the bag is also available in red and blue.

An umbrella holder is also built into the side of the bag, a small detail but one that we really love.

The fabric is thick, the zips are heavy-duty, and the overall build quality of the bag is first class.

Should you buy a Motocaddy SE electric trolley and Pro Series bag?

The short answer to this is a resounding yes. 

The SE trolley is simple to use, well-built, compact, and, best of all, excellent value.

If you're interested in exploring the electric trolley world, the SE is the perfect place to start.

It may not have the bells and whistles provided by other trolleys, but it's an incredibly effective way of transporting your clubs with ease. 

If you're going to buy an SE, the logical next step is to purchase a Pro Series bag.

The two work in perfect harmony, and the Pro Series is a premium bag that offers everything you could ever need.

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