Electric Golf Trolley

The home of premium electric golf trolleys, Big Horn Golfer, is here with our extensive range of premium products. Our electric golf trolleys are designed to make your time on the course more enjoyable and less tiring. What Are Electric... Read more

The home of premium electric golf trolleys, Big Horn Golfer, is here with our extensive range of premium products. Our electric golf trolleys are designed to make your time on the course more enjoyable and less tiring.

What Are Electric Golf Trolleys?

Electric golf trolleys, known as golf push carts with electric motor, are a game-changer for golfers who want to focus on their swing without worrying about carrying a heavy bag. These handy devices use a battery-powered motor to move your clubs around the course, so you can conserve your energy for the important shots. With features like remote control, adjustable speed, and long-lasting batteries, electric golf trolleys make golfing a breeze.

Types of Electric Golf Trolleys

At Big Horn Golfer, we've got a wide variety of electric golf trolleys to choose from. Whether you're looking for a remote-controlled model, a push trolley, or a compact folding option, we've got you covered.

Remote-Controlled Trolleys

If you want the ultimate in convenience, a remote-controlled electric golf trolley is the way to go. With a handheld remote, you can control your trolley's speed and direction from a distance. This is great for navigating tricky terrain or sending your trolley ahead while you finish putting. Many remote-controlled trolleys also come with cool features like GPS and smartphone app integration. We also have walk behind or follow me golf push carts.

Push Trolleys

For golfers who like a more hands-on approach, push trolleys are a popular pick. These electric trolleys are designed to be pushed manually, with the motor giving you a boost on hills and rough spots. Push trolleys are usually smaller and lighter than remote-controlled models, making them easier to move around and store. They also tend to have a longer battery life, since the motor only kicks in when you need it.

Compact Folding Trolleys

If you're short on storage space or you like to play at different courses, a compact folding electric trolley might be just the ticket. These trolleys fold down into a small, easy-to-carry size that fits in most car trunks. But don't let their size fool you – folding trolleys still have plenty of power and performance. Plus, they're usually lighter than other types, so they're a breeze to lift and move.

If you want to take the game further, you can purchase an electric golf scooter.

Choosing the Right Electric Golf Trolley

So, how do you pick the perfect electric golf trolley? It all depends on what you need and want. If you're all about convenience and hands-free operation, a remote-controlled trolley is probably your best bet. For example, if you play on hilly courses a lot, a remote-controlled trolley can save you from having to push your bag up steep slopes.

If you prefer a more old-school, hands-on feel, a push trolley might be more your style. Push trolleys are often cheaper than remote-controlled models, which is great if you're on a budget. They also tend to have a simpler design with fewer parts that can break down.

For golfers who are always on the go or don't have a lot of storage space, a compact folding trolley is a smart choice. These trolleys give you all the power and features of bigger models, but they fold up small and can be tucked away in a closet or car trunk. They're perfect for golfers who play at lots of different courses or live in smaller spaces.

At the end of the day, the best electric golf trolley for you is the one that fits your needs, wants, and budget. Think about the kinds of courses you usually play, how much space you have for storage and transport, and what features and conveniences matter most to you.

At Big Horn Golfer, we're here to help you find the perfect electric golf trolley to take your game to the next level. Check out our collection today and see how these clever devices can make your time on the course more fun and less tiring. With our expert advice and top-notch products, you'll be cruising the fairways in no time.
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Can you switch the rear wheels from side to side so they wear more evenly?

You can remove the wheel and switch it to the opposite side. Please refer to the manual provided below:

X10 Follow - Owner's Manual
https://stewartgolf.com/media/X10 Follow - Owner's Manual - web.pdf

Difference between PowaKaddy CT6 EBS GPS and CT8 GPS

CT6 is one of the most compact caddies in the world and comes with EBS and GPS option. CT8 has all the features of the CT6 but with a larger display size.

Do you know how to use the MGI cart (MGI Zip Navigator) when the battery is dead?

There should be 2 grooves on the shaft of your cart.
You'll need to slide the wheel out to the groove nearest the end of the shaft.
You should be able to press the button to slide the wheel out. This will disengage the wheel from the motor & will make it easier to push
On both wheels

Do you know how to use the MGI cart when the battery is dead?

There should be 2 grooves on the shaft of your cart. You'll need to slide the wheel out to the groove nearest the end of the shaft. You should be able to press the button to slide the wheel out.  This will disengage the wheel from the motor & will make it easier to push On both wheels.

You can find that information on page 6 of the manual

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0098/6110/3716/files/MGIG_1659_Zip_x3_Global_Manual_update_USA-compressed.pdf?v=1694498611

Does the m7 with gps have a follow feature on the remote?

For the MotocaddyM7 GPS this cart does NOT come with a follow-mode feature. This cart is remote operated.

Does the MGI Zip X3 have a remote control?

It’s operated from the handlebar

Does the Zip go in reverse?

Yes, the MGI Zip AT can go in reverse.

Full directional remote control allows for left, right, forward, reverse, and speed control

Does this cart has remote control?

This cart isn't remote-operated. You'll need to operate it using the controls on the handlebar.

Does this one Follow you around or do you steer it?

Motocaddy M7 does not come with a follow-mode feature. This cart is remote operated

Is the follow mode as reliable as the reviews suggest?

Yes, it is. Our personal experience with the Axglo brand has been awesome & our customers love them. The price point is fantastic for all of the features.

Is this remote controlled?

The ct6 is non-remote. It is not remote operated. You must operate this cart from the controls on the handlebar.

The User Manual states: The MGI Zip Navigator All Terrain can only be used with the: MGI 24v 380Wh Lithium battery. Did I get the incorrect battery?

MGI just switched to the 299wh battery, so the user manual has not been updated yet. The 299wh battery still does 36 holes but the only reason it was switched because customers wanted to ship the battery to different States but couldn’t as the 380wh battery was consider hazardous material and you need special paperwork and license for it. MGI has done testing on the battery and it will last 36 holes.

What is the difference between the MGI ZIP Navigator AT vs Nav Non AT?

  • The only really big difference between the AT and Nav is the front wheel assembly. The AT has a wider front wheelbase which is more stable on any course.
  • The rear wheels wear down good but when it is time to replace them it will be the whole rear wheel including rim.

What is the horsepower of the motors?

ForeCaddy is not rated in HP. They're rated by the size of the battery & how many holes you can use it without charging it. 36-54 holes. Depending on the terrain of the course.

What is the lightest weight cart with a lithium battery?

According to the manufacturer, the HB Scout cart is the only cart they sell, with a weight of 19.5 lbs. The lithium battery weighs 5 lbs. You do remove the battery when folding up the cart, so the most you will lift is 19.5 lbs.