Win a Stewart Golf R1-S push trolley & T5 tour bag

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We’ve teamed up with award-winning golf trolley brand Stewart Golf to offer one lucky bunkered reader the chance to win their very own brand new Stewart Golf R1-S Push trolley, plus a match T5 Tour bag.

The stunning R1-S Push is hand-built in Gloucestershire and has already been branded the ‘best push trolley in the world’. It is based on a novel application of the tried and tested rack and pinion system, which is common in car steering systems to turn the circular movement of turning a steering wheel, into the linear movement of the steering rack.

Weighing just 8.1kg, the R1-S Push is loaded with special features - which come as standard - and has a two-year warranty.

Specially designed self-adjusting bag jaws will accommodate any style of stand, cart or tour bag - which you won’t need because you’ll be getting a T5 Tour bag! - and an innovative new silicone bag strap both adjusts to bag size and grips at the same time.

The T5 Tour bag is the brand’s premium bag offering and has six full-length dividers and nine pockets. It includes two large side pockets and a large ball pocket for easy access, plus comes with a rain hood and umbrella holder.

For more information, head to stewartgolf.co.uk.

How to win

For your chance to win a Stewart Golf R1-S push trolley and T5 tour bag, click here.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: All entries must be received no later than October 15, 2017. Only one entry per person can be accepted. Winner will be the first correct entry drawn after the closing date. The editor’s decision is final. Prize is non-refundable and there is no cash alternative. Competition only open to UK entrants. Prize cannot be sold or exchanged for financial gain. By entering the competition, you agree to share your data with our supporting partners. See our Facebook page for winners’ details: facebook.com/bunkeredmagazine

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