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        The best golf carts to make your life on the course easier. Over the past few years, the popularity of these products has skyrocketed as more and more people enjoy walking on the golf course. Of course, not everyone can carry a bag, so an electric golf cart is the most convenient way to transport golf clubs. A step up from standard electric golf carts are models that offer a remote control feature, allowing you to control the cart’s speed and direction simply by using the remote control.
        These top-of-the-line models can be controlled with your pocket phone and there are even models that follow you around the golf course. Using the remote control on a golf cart really frees you from having to drive the cart yourself and allows you to navigate the fairway. RC carts are a bit more expensive than non-RC carts, but once you get a feel for the ease and freedom of a remote control cart, you will immediately see a return on your investment. Plus, like any cart, the remote version takes the strain off your back and shoulders, allowing you to make the most of your body and swing on the golf course.
        Below we take a look at some of these carts that are arguably the best electric golf carts money can buy. You can read our full in-depth reviews of some of the best RC golf carts to find out just how comfortable and fun these models are. Of course, these models can be quite pricey given the incredible technology on display, so if you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, we recommend checking out our guide to the best golf carts (opens a new tab), or if you’re in the Best Golf Carts section. America” ​​(opens in a new tab).
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        One of the best golf carts you can buy (opens in a new tab), Q Follow follows you around the course at walking pace from a safe distance thanks to a unique Bluetooth feature built into your phone. In testing, we found that it runs very smoothly, leaving your hands completely free for other things. The most important thing we noticed about Q Follow is that it seems to be more stable. The wider front track and overall design means it has better grip on the ground, so much so that you don’t have to worry about it tipping over or going where it shouldn’t – unless you’re using the Follow in dangerous conditions. situation model.
        The new frame design features a unique marbled finish and can be folded down to a smaller size with just two buttons, making it one of the best compact golf machines on the market. This is very easy to do by holding the battery in place and securing the earbuds. It will now also be stored vertically, which we think many people find more comfortable with the space we have.
       Finally, another feature we like is the ability to monitor battery life in real time through an app on your smartphone.
        Motocaddy is undoubtedly one of the leading brands in the world of golf thanks to its new technologies and impressive designs. A prime example is the M7 RC cart mentioned above, which builds on and improves upon the success of the previous generation S7.
        The new “ergonomic” remote control is easy to use and fully rechargeable – use the cart’s USB port to charge when needed. It can move the trolley forward, left, right and backward with additional pause and resume functions. The sway bar rear wheel will keep you in control on those rolling circles, as will automatic descent control, which acts like an EBS (Electronic Brake System) to control your descent. It’s important to note that this cart also folds well so it doesn’t take up too much space in your car, garage, or wherever you store your golf equipment.
       In general, this model has proven itself very well, and the main highlight was the remote itself, which is very easy and convenient to play with.
       The Zip Navigator was very stable on all terrain and we quickly became convinced that no matter which part of the golf course we took it to, we would arrive close to our balls with cart and luggage.
        Excellent stability is partly due to the rear 4th wheel, which prevents the stroller from tipping backwards when climbing steep slopes. It also has descent speed control – a feature that prevents you from descending too fast on steep slopes – which improves the stability of the trolley.
        The remote has a lock button to prevent accidental pressing of any buttons when it’s in your pocket, and you can raise the wheels when folded to save storage space. All in all, this is a very well thought out product at a competitive price.
        One of the most compact folding (opens in a new tab) remote control golf carts. The Q Remote folds compactly enough to be lifted with one hand and can stand both vertically and horizontally. It comes with 18-hole and 36-hole SmartPower Lithium batteries, plug and play, and comes with a free smartphone app that allows golfers to track usage and capacity in real time. The phone is charged via a USB data cable.
       Standard equipment includes score card holders, soft silicone grips and straps, phone compartment, anti-twist bag keys, four attachment points, cruise control, quick-release wheels and umbrella stand.
        British cart manufacturer Stewart Golf has made some improvements to its X series, now called the X10. Available in Follow and Remote versions, it uses the same EcoDrive engine technology as the Q Follow, meaning they are 40 percent more efficient than the previous version. This means users can use 40% more golf balls per X10 battery charge than the previous version.
        The new electronics assembly area at the Stewart Golf Factory ensures that each tube is optimized and matched to the cart’s main electronics with a dedicated auto-tuning system. It also looks great with a unique chassis design that gives it a futuristic, high-end look, paired with sports wheels with red receivers reminiscent of sports car brake discs. Small changes like this, along with eye-catching additional features, help the design stand out.
        It has motor drag to make sure it doesn’t move away from you when going down a hill. If your battery dies, you can push it like a hand cart, which is not the case with many other remote control carts. The recommended working range is only 10-20 yards, but you can adjust the speed on the handle and remote control. Newly designed controls on the T-handle include 3 LED battery indicators, on/off button, time forward and cruise control controls. The frame is made from aerospace-grade aluminum so it’s solid, and the remote itself was responsive and easy to use in our tests.
        There are three options for batteries at different prices. The first is the cheapest (and rather heavy) lead-acid battery. It’s a good low cost option if you’re looking to enter the market on a budget, but the downside is the weight and shorter life cycle compared to lithium batteries. Luckily, the X3R has a choice of two lithium batteries, available in 18 and 36 cell versions. We recommend lithium batteries for convenience and durability, but lead acid batteries still have their place.
        We subject all golf carts(opens in new tab) to thorough and rigorous testing in the same vein as all other golf equipment. Models are delivered to the golf course and tested under a variety of conditions so we can measure overall performance including agility, reliability, ease of use and more. We think the only way to understand products is to use them, because that’s where you’re going to use them.
        Different conditions are also especially important for carts, as you want your model to perform just as well in winter as it does in summer. The entire Golf Monthly team plays golf regularly, so golf equipment can be easily tested, and it must be admitted that there is no manufacturer that can be bought with good reviews. Our team says what we think.
        Carts are more suitable for golfers who mainly play on flat courses. They’re also cheaper than the best electric carts, so it’s a more economical way to move your clubs around the track. Trolleys also tend to provide the best storage solution for items such as balls and tees on the handle arms.
        Also, you have remote and sequential models. Remote control carts, as the name suggests, can be controlled wirelessly using a phone. Most remotes are four-way (forward, backward, left, right) and because of this advanced technology, they tend to cost a bit more than manual models.
        Finally, the Follow models are designed to follow you around the golf course using a wireless connection such as Bluetooth. This means you don’t actually need to use anything. Consider which model is right for you and check out our respective guide.
        You need an RC golf cart, but you still have to consider weight. Getting in and out doesn’t have to be difficult, and some of the patterns above are better than others. However, if you want the lightest stroller possible, we recommend that you choose one of the best strollers on this list.
        These days, there are plenty of models that can be folded into just about anything, so consider how important this is to you, especially if you’re short on space. Carts tend to be more compact when folded than electric carts because the simpler design (without electricity) allows more freedom in frame design. This means they can often fold flatter, which is more convenient for golfers who also need to store their golf bags in the trunk.
        All golf carts must be able to move well, this is especially important for long range models, stability is also important. In our testing, we found three-wheelers to have both, but there are good four-wheelers as well, such as the Stewart golf cart we mentioned above.
        How much memory do you want in your cart? If there are a lot of them, choose a design with a large center console, and if all your golf equipment will be in a golf bag, choose a cart with a design that does not require special storage.
        The last factor we need to consider is the budget. As you can see above, there are many models from different companies at different prices, so pay attention to how much you can or want to spend.
        Removed models are definitely more expensive than non-removed models. The cheapest remote control models start at around $800 and go up to $2,500.
        We hope you enjoyed this guide to the best RC golf carts. For more cart guides, such as the best value golf carts (Opens in a new tab) or the most affordable golf carts (Opens in a new tab), visit the Golf Monthly website.
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        Dan is a staff writer and has been with the Golf Monthly team since 2021. Dan graduated from the University of Sussex with an MA in International Journalism, specializing in Equipment Reviews and Buyer’s Guides, specializing in Golf Shoe and Golf Cart Reviews. Dan has tested and reviewed over 30 pairs of golf shoes for the site and magazine so far, and his favorite pair at the moment is the Ecco Biom C4. A left-handed golfer with a current handicap index of 8.5, he plays at Fulford Heath Golf Club in the West Midlands. His best day of golf so far came with a 76 in the first round against colleagues in the Golf Monthly at Essendon Golf Club. Dan also runs his own cricket podcast and website in his spare time.
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