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Nov 25th, 2020

The Stewart Golf Q Follow range

All-new unique chassis with seventh-generation follow electronics

World-renowned golf trolley manufacturer Stewart Golf recently announced the addition of the all-new Q Follow machine to its award-winning range and now it has adapted the model to offer two slightly different priced options.

Stewart Golf is offering both a Carbon Edition and a Black Edition, with the subtle style change allowing customers to purchase the Black Edition Q Follow at the lower price of £1,649 compared to £1,749 for the Carbon version.
“The initial reaction to the Q Follow has been excellent so far. The differences are only in the details, but the changes give the Black Edition its own sleek identity.”
Mark Stewart, CEO Stewart Golf

Conceived, designed, and now handbuilt at the company’s Gloucestershire headquarters, the new Q Follow has been developed to be the world’s most compact follow trolley. As a result, the Q Follow folds down small enough be lifted one-handed, making it practical both on and off the course.
The all-new chassis, main support, and handle are manufactured using a unique and lightweight microcellular composite structure. Not only does this add performance benefits thanks to its honeycomb form within, it also provides a subtle yet elegant finish to the machine. Stewart Golf state that each trolley will be unique in finish thanks to the processes involved which adds a certain level of character to the model.

Seventh-generation Follow electronics let players go truly handsfree on the course. This is achieved through the world’s first three-dimensional distance measurement technology with a constant Bluetooth connection which allows golfers to walk naturally along the fairway with the Q Follow in tow behind.
The 36-hole plug-and-play SmartPower lithium battery comes with a free smartphone app that lets golfers monitor usage and capacity in real-time. This battery technology, paired with the company’s built to purpose EcoDrive motors, allows golfers to play for longer while being more informed.

Stewart Golf has engineered the Q Follow to allow complete freedom on the course. The Bluetooth remote control has a 50m range which provides control from the other side of even the largest greens, while manual steering provides control on paths and bridges.
Golfers will very rarely touch their trolley thanks to its remote and follow technology within: this means stability plays a huge part of the machine’s overall performance. Stewart Golf have featured an innovative stabiliser which automatically deploys and retracts when the Q Follow is folded or unfolded. When matched with its low centre of gravity, the Q Follow remains composed and undeterred even on undulating slopes and steep hills.

Scorecard holder, soft-touch silicone handle and bag strap, handset storage, anti-twist locking bag key, four accessory points, cruise control, quick release wheels, and an umbrella holder mount all come as standard on the Q.
The Q Follow will sell alongside the incredibly successful and iconic X Series, offering customers the choice between the two designs.

At launch, it will retail at £1,749 and feature a carbon fibre finish on the handle, main support, undertray, and wheel arches to add a distinct premium touch.
“Stewart Golf was founded on the principle of creating distinctive, innovative machines that enhance golfer’s enjoyment of our wonderful game. Our design team has worked incredibly hard for 4 years and left no stone unturned in the quest to develop this vision.
“In the Q Follow, we believe the result is exceptional; effortlessly combining the sheer enjoyment of our Follow and remote control systems with a machine that is robust, beautiful and practical.”
Mark Stewart, CEO of Stewart Golf

TAGS: Equipment, golf trolleys, Electric Trolley, Stewart Golf, 2020