Hill Billy Electric Golf Trolley Review

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  • At a glance

  • TG Rating 4 out of 5
  • Owner Rating Not yet rated
  • Pros

    Easy to assemble with simple but functional controls. It’s stylish, lightweight and represents great value as a reliable, no-nonsense trolley.

    Rugged and simple, Hill Billy work on an online only model. We'd seriously advise looking at the £399 lithium battery model for increased reliability.

    Click here to see our pick of the best electric golf trolleys for 2020 

  • Cons

    Limited features and battery options. Also fiddly to get charging.

  • RRP £249.00

What we say...

The Hill Billy Electric golf trolley has a three-way folding system, adjustable handle height, aluminium frame, quick release wheels and a Plug ‘n’ Play battery system.

As reviewed in our Trolley Test 2014, tested by Ben Miles (Handicap 14):
I found it easy to assemble and didn’t even have to glance at the instruction manual once. The overall look is simple but stylish and during my time on the course I preferred it to many of the more expensive rivals on the market. The biggest plus point for me is the ease of use as the single push on/off button, which also controls the speed, makes this as user-friendly as they come. The Hill Billy represents outstanding value for money as it’s also very light compared to many other trolleys and is a joy to use on the course as it allows you to concentrate on your game without being distracted by a bunch of complicated controls.


Product Information

Battery type Lead acid
USB Capability  
Yardage calculator  
Battery indicator  
Distance setting  

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