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Lower your score with an electric trolley

Posted on April 13, 2016 by Peter Mumford

DID YOU KNOW THAT CARRYING, PULLING OR PUSHING YOUR CLUBS WILL COST YOU SHOTS?

Golf is a game which relies on your muscles, balance and energy being at their optimum to give you the best chance of peak performance. Recent research has shown that lifting a bag full of clubs a hundred or more times during a round negatively affects the energy you have available for each shot. To perform to the best of your ability it is essential to conserve all your energy and concentration for shot making. Many golfers report that tiredness during a round is more to do with pulling or carrying clubs than any exertion caused by the actual playing of the game.

DID YOU KNOW THAT CARRYING, PULLING OR PUSHING YOUR CLUBS FFECTS YOUR HEALTH?

Research has shown that many golfing injuries can be attributed directly to carrying, pulling or pushing heavy golf equipment around a course for several miles. The spine is particularly susceptible to injuries and once a problem starts it can take many weeks for the condition to improve and for your golf swing to return to normal. Due to the nature of the injuries involved, there is a real risk of permanent damage to both your body and swing. Knee joint injuries are also commonly associated with carrying or pulling your clubs with the likelihood of long term changes to your physiological walking action.

HOW CAN YOU PROTECT YOUR HEALTH AND IMPROVE YOUR PERFORMANCE?

An electric trolley is the perfect alternative to carrying or using a manual trolley - saving energy for the real business of scoring and reducing the risk of injury. The electric trolley is no longer the preserve of middle aged golfers; today all age groups are performing better and increasing their enjoyment as a direct result of using an electric golf trolley.

If you are looking to improve your health and handicap, please have a look at our full range of electric trolleys from Stewart Golf and Motocaddy

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Posted on March 31, 2016 by Peter Mumford

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