The most compact and lightweight remote control golf cart in the world

The CaddyTrek is a smart robotic golf caddy that carries your bag so you don’t have to. The CaddyTrek allows golfers to walk hands free, allowing players to enjoy the health benefits of the game of golf without the burden of carrying a bag. Less fatigue means better levels of concentration and control when driving to the tee or playing the short game. Studies show that walking improves stamina and core strength, and is beneficial to overall fitness in burning calories and building muscle tone. For players who hesitate in walking their round, the CaddyTrek provides a solution to the challenge of managing your gear. Now you can just focus on the game!

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CHARLESTON, S.C. – The USGA has announced a $500,000 increase to both the 119th U.S. Open and 74th U.S. Women’s Open purses for 2019. The news comes two days before the start of the women’s championship at Country Club of Charleston. The winner of this week’s U.S. Women’s Open will receive a $1 million prize,… Read more »


Check out Golf Digest’s 2019 golf equipment hot list ABOUT THE 2019 HOT LISTGolf Digest’s Editor-in-Chief Jerry Tarde talks with Golf Digest equipment editors Mike Stachura and Mike Johnson about the 16th edition of the Golf Digest Hot List asking the following questions:What makes 2019 the year to buy a driver?More levels of adjustability fit… Read more »


Which is the best way to putt, in or out? In an effort to answer the debate over the flagstick and whether in or out is the best way to putt, especially when you say that not only is leaving the flagstick in questionable, it’s no benefit for 99.9 percent of putts. But this conclusion is… Read more »


Masters champ out for year On June 9, Charl Schwartzel announced that he’ll be sidelined for the foreseeable future. A future that likely includes the Presidents Cup. The Masters champ said he’ll miss the rest of 2019 due to a wrist injury. The ailment kept Schwartzel from playing in the PGA Championship and U.S. Open… Read more »

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