READER REVIEW: Motocaddy M3 Pro trolley


Motocaddy’s top-of-the-range trolley for 2014 combines the best features of two existing models – the two-bar, compact-folding frame from the M1 Pro and the digital features of the S3 Pro.

You also get all the other features, including an integrated accessory station, inbuilt device cradle with a USB charging port, plus Motocaddy’s Easilock system, which connects a bag via two small pins.

We took a fourball to Bishop’s Stortford Golf Club in Herts to test the 18-hole lithium model out. Here are their first impressions...