Robin…get the Batcaddy

    Robin…get the Batcaddy




    The motorized golf cart is a perfect way to treat golf as it was meant to be…a casual walk in a beautiful setting. Although Mark Twain referred to golf as “a good walk spoiled”, I can’t think of anywhere else I would rather be walking. For the last few years my wife and I have been using Sun Mountain push carts and they are wonderful. However, I wanted to take it up a notch. For our last anniversary I bought her a Batcaddy XR-3 motorized golf cart. In 33 years there have been 132 occasions to buy her gifts. This one scored me more Brownie Points than I thought possible. Not only does she love it, but the WOW factor at our club has her feeling like a VIP.

    The Bat-Caddy X3R is the flagship caddy and most likely the best selling remote controlled caddy in the country, encompassing a fleet of many thousand units growing daily. Entering its 5th model year the X3R has been fine tuned, performance optimized and comes equipped with every conceivable feature and functionality at a world-class quality and most competitive price point. It features a lightweight high tech aluminum frame with tough stainless steel and durable polymer components, an easy two step, one click set up design, two powerful independently controlled motors, a wide range remote control which gives you full control up to 90-120 yards and a powerful, long-lasting battery. The trolley can also be operated manually with a seamless rheostat control and can be easily pushed even without battery power, so you will never be stuck out on the course. Bat-Caddy electronic golf cart products are highly innovative and manufactured to the highest ISO 9000 quality standards. Based on its track record the X3R is one of the highest performance and competitive carts in the global market for motorized golf push carts and it represents what really counts in this market: A Great Balance between Functionality, Performance, Practicality, Quality and Value!

    Owner’s note: you might want to think about reinforcing the wiring harness right at the point where the cart hinges open and closed. The constant movement has pinched the wire to the point that it needs repair. A simple plastic conduit surrounding the wiring sheath will do the trick.