PowaKaddy makes special delivery

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England’s leading amateur golfers are set to reap the benefits of PowaKaddy’s electric trolleys after receiving a fleet of the brand’s new FW7 model this week.

The men’s performance squad will head to Seaton Carew Golf Club for the Brabazon Trophy in style as each trolley is customised with all white frames and features the England Golf logo.

Members of the country’s Elite Women’s Squad will also receive their own FW7 model at the English Women’s Amateur Championship at St Enodoc Golf Club later this month.

PowaKaddy FW7 technology

Part of the 2014 Freeway, the FW7 is the most advanced PowaKaddy product to date.

It comes equipped with a host of new technologies, including a unique Plug ‘n’ Play Battery System and lightweight, yet super-strong PowaFrame.

 "I believe they will help the players to keep one step ahead of the opposition."

Powakaddy marketing manager Mei Tierney, said: “The FW7 is by far the best-performing electric trolley we have ever created and it’s exciting that the country’s leading amateur golfers are going to benefit from its unrivalled performance while competing in some of the world’s top events.”

Tierney sad he is pleased the company is able to continue its longstanding support to England Golf.

“Having access to outstanding technology is a key element in helping golfers to achieve their fullest potential,” Tierney said.

“With the FW7 at their fingertips, England’s Performance Squads will be able to concentrate on playing their very best golf and remain in the best physical condition. I believe they will help the players to keep one step ahead of the opposition.”



Nigel Edwards, England Golf’s performance director, and 2015 Walker Cup captain, expressed his confidence in the nation’s golfers achieving success with PowaKaddy.

“It’s vitally important that players conserve as much energy as possible during their rounds and these trolleys will help them do that,” he said.

“PowaKaddy’s fitness benefits when playing 36 holes of competitive golf a day can give them a real edge.”

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