Longridge Alu Pro 3 Wheel Golf Trolley - Silver
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- Easy push design minimises strain
- Weather proof scorecard holder
- Tough durable aluminium frame
- Durable nylon bag brackets
- Two stage easy fold design
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The Longridge 3 wheel Cruiser Trolley is constructed from high quality aluminium and nylon components. The trolley has an easy push design that reduces strain, and with a 2 stage easy fold mechanism makes this a very reliable aid on the course and will ensure long lasting durability season after season. Supplied with a scorecard holder and bag brackets as standard.
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- Very easy to assemble, no instructions come with the trolley but they are not needed.
- Compared to other trolleys, this has felt heavy to push, although the trolley its self is very light.
- The score card holder has moulded raised sections to hold the card in, these are so close to the back of the trolley that most of score cards get ripped.
- Tees (cassette type) jump out of the holder very easy. Mostly ones over 2".
- The top section has two stroke indicators that work very well and not indicated in the description.
- Fairly easy to fold up and down, but not with the bag attached.
- Once folded I've found the handle gets in the way of the two back wheels, its become easier to take them off (easy to do) when transporting.
- The straps are probably the worst bit about this trolley, already one (the top) strap has shattered, so am using some small ratchet straps to hold the bag on.
- I did have one round with both straps done up as tightly as possible, but my bag kept slipping and had to be re adjusted. Very annoying.
- The front wheel folds up very easy, but when pushing the trolley, the clearance is very low, going up hills or small inclines, I get stuck or the front digs in to the ground.
- Once folded the trolley stands on the front wheel, and then has to lean over on to one of the back wheels.Read more ›