Motocaddy unveils new trolley with LAWNMOWER function

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Motocaddy has unveiled an innovative new electric trolley that comes with fully integrated LAWNMOWING technology in a move that the brand believes could save golf clubs a fortune.

The cutting-edge TRM 1 performs all of the functions of a modern, Motocaddy electric trolley but has mowing blades built into the bottom, allowing golfers to cut the grass whilst they play.

Five different settings allow for everything from a high cut in the deep rough to a top cut when walking over a green.

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Available from today, Motocaddy, the world’s top-selling trolley company, reckons the TRM 1 could potentially save golf clubs thousands of pounds in maintenance costs.

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The ground-breaking trolley was the brainchild of Ian Gell, formerly of Dyson and now the Director of Engineering and Technology at Motocaddy.

“We wanted to come up with a design concept that hoovers up the competitions, while at the same time ensuring golf courses stay in the best condition possible,” said Gell.

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The manager of a well-known British golf club added: “This is a brilliant idea from Motocaddy. It means we can now trim the budget as well as the grass.”

• For more information, including pricing and availability, click here.

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