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Survey reveals that a Stewart trolley can reduce your handicap

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Survey reveals that a Stewart trolley can reduce your handicap

One goal unites all amateur golfers: “how do I reduce my handicap?”. While many chase this dream by investing in the latest driver or putter, few will look to their golf cart. Stewart Golf have revealed that almost 70% of X9 Follow owners say that their golf has improved since they purchased their trolley, and by an average of a massive 3 strokes.

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Stewart Golf are double winners at Engineering Awards

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Stewart Golf are double winners at Engineering Awards

Premium trolley manufacturer Stewart Golf won two awards at the Cotswold Life Engineering, Manufacturing & Innovation (EMI) Awards. Whilst many might expect the business landscape in the picturesque Cotswolds to consist of cottage industries and rural endeavours, the EMI Awards featured businesses of all sizes and some very high-tech areas. Industries included rocket propulsion systems, artificial intelligence, aviation landing systems, cutting edge graphene innovation, space systems, voice biometrics & consumer electronics. The team behind the revered X9 Follow trolley took the ‘Small Manufacturer of the Year’ award, for companies with up to 50 staff. Judges were looking for innovation, an...

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Stewart Golf team up with the Red Arrows

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Stewart Golf team up with the Red Arrows

We are pleased to announce a new sponsorship with the British Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows for 2018. Much like the Thunderbird display team, the Red Arrows complete shows across the globe with their daring aerobatic moves, amazing millions of spectators in the process. We equipped each pilot with a handbuilt cart, which will be used during the team’s many charity golf events. In March, members of the Stewart Golf team made the journey to RAF Scampton, home of the Red Arrows to present the pilots with two red carbon fibre X9 Follow trolleys from the Signature Range...

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The sky is NOT the limit for Stewart Golf

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The sky is NOT the limit for Stewart Golf

We have propelled our company into the history books by putting the first ever golf cart on the moon. The team used its attendance at the PGA World Trade Show in Orlando as cover to avoid raising suspicions from the press. Whilst in Florida, the our engineers spent time at the Kennedy Space Center finalising details for the mission. Following on from Tesla’s successful launch of a sports car into orbit, we used the Space-X launch facility for good luck. Launched on Falcon 10, the two X9 Follow machines (codenamed R2 and D2) touched down on the moon’s surface at 04:08...

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