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Nov 24th, 2017

Stewart Golf launches Black Friday trolley deal

You can save £300 off an X9 Follow

British trolley manufacturer Stewart Golf is lighting up Black Friday with a £300 discount on all new X9 Follow machines.

Stewart Golf’s MD David Funnell said: “This is our first-ever Black Friday sale so we decided to offer this huge price reduction. We have never discounted our machines before so this is a complete one-off for us and may never be repeated!”

The company has previously offered free Tour Bags with all X9 Follows during promotional periods such as Christmas but this ‘flash’ promotion is a new departure for the Gloucestershire-based manufacturer – the only company that hand-builds all its machines in Great Britain.

The X9 Follow boasts a highly-advanced electronics system that allows golfers to walk their course totally handsfree and with their bag and clubs following obediently a few paces behind them.

The X9 Follow can also be operated in manual-steering and remote-control modes as appropriate, but under Follow mode the trolley constantly monitors the position of the handset and maintains an exact distance from it at all times.

Stewart Golf’s COO Robert Hardie said: “Follow technology is the Sky+ of golf trolleys: once you’ve used it you’ll never want to not have it! It’s just like having your own caddie but you don’t have to give it ten per cent of your winnings!”.

The offer only runs from Friday 24th until midnight on Monday 27th and applies to all versions of the X9 Follow, including the extended capacity option and Signature range. 

The promotion can be found directly on Stewart Golf’s main website (www.stewartgolf.com) but will also be available through all Stewart Golf stockists across UK and Europe.


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TAGS: Equipment, Trolleys, Stewart Golf, 2017