JuCad's 'world first' model at Scottish Golf Show

2016 03 Ju Cad

• Trolley brand JuCad will be at Scottish Golf Show
• You could win £500 worth of goodies in their raffle
• German company will be showcasing high-end models


For only the second time, luxury German trolley manufacturer JuCad will be exhibiting at the Scottish Golf Show – where you could win some exclusive accessories worth £500.

The company will be hosting a raffle at their booth in the SECC, Glasgow, over the course of the show – March 18-20 – giving somebody the chance to walk away with a host of fantastic goodies.

But the great deals don’t end there. For every trolley purchased, visitors could receive some accessories free of charge up to a value of £250 in an offer which is exclusive to the Scottish Golf Show this weekend.

Founded in 1980, JuCad manufacturer high-end manual and electric trolleys in an elegant design, featuring invisible motors, cables and battery, while they’re incredibly lightweight and practically designed with mini-packing size for travels reaching down to an amazing 25.5” x 13.5” x 5.9”.

And there’s a world first with the latest flagship trolley from JuCad – the Phantom (Carbon White model below, RRP €4,890) – which is unique in the sense that it is the first to have single spoke wheels.


JuCad have had some overwhelming success at recent golf shows in the likes of Orlando, Paris and London, and are confident they can achieve similar results when the UK’s No.1 consumer golf show opens its doors on Friday.

JuCad :: For more information

For more information on JuCad, visit www.jucad.de/en/.

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