For a limited time, we’re able to give a decent discount if you buy a golf bag with a new GoKart electric golf trolley.
Until the end of 2010, if you order a trolley and a golf bag together you’ll get £30 off the total cost. The GoKart golf bag suits our trolley perfectly and has loads of space for all your gear (click here for bag info).
Of course if you don’t need a new bag, we still have our famous bundle deal; order a new trolley plus any two accessories and you’ll get a £20 discount (click here for more info). And remember, make sure you let us know if you’re ordering a GoKart electric golf trolley as a present; we’ll start the two year warranty on Christmas day.
Now before you ask, although we’re coming over all Father Christmas with this talk of discounts, you can only avail yourself to one of these offers per order. Sorry. Please click here to go to our webshop.
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Just a little teaser competition…first correct entry wins a dozen GoKart magic golf balls. Where would you see this wallpaper? Keeps you amused while you’re ummm sitting down for a bit.
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The first in a series of articles by our GoKart Shrink, Stephen Smith. This time it’s how to keep a score going all the way through the round. Sit back, read, then watch your numbers tumble…
“Golf is only played one shot at a time but it took me many years to realise that”
This statement is as true today as it was when the great Bobby Jones made it in the 1930’s. However, every one of us is still guilty of looking at the scorecard, realising that a good score is possible and then throwing it all away.
Yet we are told it is a simple issue to sort as all sport psychologists tell us we only have to “Stay in the present” to overcome this problem. And all golfers know that we should not get ahead of ourselves on the course – yet this is exactly what we all end up doing when there is the possibility of a good round on the card. To evolutionary psychologists this is not really surprising as they know that millions of years of evolution have geared our brains to do anything but “Stay in the present” – unfortunately most of us sport psychologists are only beginning to catch on that good process for 21st century golfers cannot ignore the impact that this evolutionary heritage is having on our brains and behaviour . Simply put, the reason why you and I are here is because we are the descendants of ancient ancestors who managed to survive the perils of ice ages, saber tooth tigers and rampaging woolly mammoths long enough to ensure that their genes were continued. (more…)Add a comment Tweet
Thought for the Day
So what’s the speed of dark?
The King is dead; long live the King
And so, after seemingly limitless discussion, debate and anticipation, Tiger Woods is finally dethroned as best golfer in the world and our own Lee Westwood is now, officially, The Man.
Phil Mickelson, of course, had several opportunities to install himself as Head Honcho over the last 12 months, and Martin Kaymer could have climbed to the top of the heap at the weekend but it is Westwood who now has a large target painted on his back, and is the guy for whom all the others will be gunning. I think he’ll cope.
He joins an elite, exclusive list, becoming only the 13th man since the rankings started in April 1986 to be able to say, with some justification: ‘I’m better than the rest’. The only potential downside for Lee is that he is currently (more…)Add a comment Tweet
…because it’s where we mould the parts for the GoKart. But so does Lee Westwood as his racehorse ‘Hoof It’ had rather a tidy little win there last week. Number one golfer in the world, winning racehorse and he chooses a jacket like that (Wanna buy a Cortina?). Sorry Lee, you know we love you really.
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