Factory repairs and servicing

We’ve had to close the service workshop during the lockdown. Maybe not too much of a problem at the moment. Although it would have been nice to have been able to send trolleys in to be pampered while all the courses are closed. There would be too much close contact in service though, so unfortunately… read more →

The virus

We’re not able to operate a normal service for the time being. We’re working from home and have a part time skeleton crew in the factory. You can get hold of us by email by using the contact form here. For the time being we’re also able to despatch orders received through the website. Delivery… read more →

“To golf or not to golf” by Martin Vousden

Thought for the Day Opportunities don’t happen, you create them. If nothing else, the coronavirus pandemic has caused us to perhaps reflect on the magnificent triviality that is golf – and taught us new words and phrases, such as ‘pandemic,’ ‘social isolation’ and ‘where are the toilet rolls?’* The things we considered important just a… read more →

Battery care

We can’t play golf at the moment, so we need something else to keep us occupied. And worrying about our neglected golf trolley battery is a popular problem (can a problem be popular?). So, the rules are; 1. With all types of battery, charge it as soon as possible after use. 2. For heavy old… read more →

Pro Golfers can be Really Dumb

Thought for the Day If you do what you always did, you will get what you always got By and large we are blessed with the quality of pro golfers we have – both in their manner and intelligence. But every now and then, possibly in an unguarded moment, they say or do something so… read more →

Vousden on (not) Saint Patrick

Thought for the Day No one can make you feel inferior without your consent Good advice that Patrick Reed chooses to ignore, is that when you’re in a hole, stop digging. The latest chapter in what is becoming the unsavoury soap opera of Reed’s life is that his lawyer has written to TV analyst Brandel… read more →