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Stewart Golf teeing up new arrival

Having been in full swing on the fairways over the last few months, Stewart Golf is turning a few heads on social media after launching a teaser campaign for a new product.

The Gloucester-based trolley manufacturer saw sales more than quadruple to more than £1.5million in the first half of the year, helped by coronavirus restrictions preventing the use of buggies in the US.

And now a social media campaign suggests a new model will be joining its line-up.

The company designs and builds all its trolleys in Great Britain and has a strong focus on in-house research and development, which has enabled it to introduce genuinely innovative solutions into the golf trolley market.

Its flagship X9 Follow, first launched in 2014, was the first golf trolley which let golfers go truly handsfree on the course, using Bluetooth to stay in position right behind them and follow them as they walk down the fairway.

Its R1-S push trolley is the only golf trolley to use rack-and-pinion in its folding mechanism.

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