I've often wondered why it is that powered golf trolleys tend to be either in silver or understated black. Maybe it's down to price or perhaps to blend better into the surroundings when they were perceived as strictly for the female or mature golfer - or both.
Today these workhorses of the fairways are seen as an essential shot-saving accessory so PowaKaddy, the leading brand in powered golf trolleys, has decided it's time to flaunt their advantage by producing a version of the new, state-of-the art Freeway II - in white.
The slim-line, compact design and modern sporty appearance has been created to broaden the appeal of PowaKaddy’s premium model to an even wider audience. The all-white Freeway II boasts all the same features as the black version including powerful whisper quiet motor, ergonomic hand grip, multi-function control pad and fully integrated LCD display, priced at £479(for 18-hole lead acid battery). It's also available with a PowaKaddy Freeway II Lithium battery option - 75% lighter than a standard lead acid battery and without the need for connecting cables, costing £749.
PowaKaddy has also introduced three new, white Deluxe II cart bags (£129.99) with second colour options in scarlet red, ocean blue and lime green.
Says PowaKaddy’s sales director Simon Homer: “More younger players are using a PowaKaddy, so while black will always be our most popular colour, the feedback we had was that a contemporary colour option would also appeal to more fashion-conscious golfers of all ages."
PowaKaddy - all white!