HILL BILLY’S BEST YET
Hill Billy has unveiled a new electric motor-powered golf trolley it claims is lighter, stronger, smarter and outperforms it’s previous models.
Hill Billy has unveiled a new electric motor-powered golf trolley, the ‘Terrain’ which it claims is lighter, stronger, smarter and outperforms it’s previous models.
But biggest feature of a product coming out of a company that has built its reputation on quality engineering, reliability and after sales service, is likely to be it’s price – and the value for money it offers.
The growing number of British golfers switching away from the practice of carrying or pulling their clubs to operating motor-driven transporters will be delighted to learn that the new Hill Bill Terrain will cost in the vicinity of £289 when it is launched in Britain in April
Powered by 200 Watt motor and 26AH battery, the Terrain has an unfussy, contemporary, look aimed at a wide target market and comes with a soft touch grip and a bag locking system designed to reduce bag twisting.
It will come in two colour options – ‘piano black’ and ‘silver sparkle’ – and a deluxe cart bag comes as an extra at £79.99.
“The Terrain represents a major step forward with its modern styling and performance and we are very confident that the product will be well received by golfers of all ages, abilities and budgets,” Hill Billy CEO Terry Hale told Golf Magic.com this week
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