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Stewart Golf leads the way with new creation

Not one to follow in anyone's tracks, a Gloucester manufacturer is leading the way with its latest creation that does exactly that.

Golf trolley specialists Stewart Golf has unveiled the latest addition to its range - the Q Follow.

Designed and hand built at the company's Quedgeley headquarters, the Q Follow has been developed to be the world's most compact follow trolley.

Its introduction completes a remarkable few months for Stewart Golf after seeing US sales quadruple to $2million in the first half of 2020, helped by social distancing preventing the use of shared carts or rental trolleys.

Chief executive Mark Stewart said: "Stewart Golf was founded on the principle of creating distinctive, innovative machines that enhance golfer's enjoyment of our wonderful game.

"Our design team has worked incredibly hard for four years and left no stone unturned in the quest to develop this vision.

"In the Q Follow, we believe the result is exceptional, effortlessly combining the sheer enjoyment of our Follow and remote control systems with a machine that is robust, beautiful and practical."

The all-new chassis, main support and handle are manufactured using a lightweight microcellular composite structure with Stewart Golf saying the process ensures each trolley will be unique in finish.

Seventh-generation electronics let players go hands free on the course through the world's first three-dimensional distance measurement technology with a constant Bluetooth connection.

The 36-hole plug-and-play SmartPower lithium battery comes with a free smartphone app that lets golfers monitor usage and capacity in real time.

The Bluetooth remote control has a 50 metre range which provides control from the other side of even the largest greens, while manual steering provides control on paths and bridges.

An innovative stabiliser deploys and retracts when the Q Follow is folded or unfolded while it includes a scorecard holder, soft-touch silicone handle and bag strap, handset storage, anti-twist locking bag key, four accessory points, cruise control, quick release wheels, and an umbrella holder mount.

At launch it will retail at £1,749 and feature a carbon fibre finish on the handle, main support, undertray and wheel arches to add a distinct premium touch.

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