Win a Stewart Golf R1-S Push Trolley & Cart Bag

Stewart Golf

bunkered and Stewart golf have teamed-up to give a reader the chance to win one of the brand’s R1-S Push trolleys plus a SuperLight cart bag.

Built on the outstanding success of the R1 Push, the R1-S Push – hand built in Gloucestershire – is fast folding, great looking and feature packed.

Boasting a simple-to-use, two-step folding mechanism, it will have you ready for the course in seconds.

Once out on the course, the aerospace aluminium frame enables you to glide the course with ease, maximising your on-course enjoyment.

Also complete with ten different colour variations, the R1-S Push is based on a novel application of the tried and tested rack and pinion system, which is most well known for use in car steering systems to turn the circular movement of turning a steering wheel into the linear movement of the steering rack.

For more information, visit stewartgolf.co.uk or follow @StewartGolf on Twitter.

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