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Walker Trolleys a winner in My Golf Spy’s inaugural ‘59 Awards’

First premium push cart for players, purists among ’59 Coolest Products’ of 2020

AUSTIN, TEXAS – Walker Trolleys – the first premium push carts pairing classic features with modern design elements in a functional, stylish vehicle – is a winner of My Golf Spy’s Inaugural “59 Award.”

The 59 Awards shine a spotlight on the “most unique, innovative and cool” golf products from “garages, studios and workshops,” according to My Golf Spy. Reaching more than eight million golfers annually, My Golf Spy is one of the industry’s leading review-based websites.


“My Golf Spy has a history of providing avid golfers with accurate, fair and detailed product reviews,” says Walker Trolley CEO and Founder Brad Payne. “We’re honored to have been included in this first edition of the 59 Awards.”

Walker Trolleys introduced its Cape Model in February, available for pre-order with a deposit of $100 and retailing for $399. Production is currently slated for mid-May with a late June shipment for all pre-sale trolleys.

From its inception, the Cape was crafted to be distinctly different than other push carts on the market today, drawing inspiration from the roadsters and ultra-cool bicycles from the 20s and 30s. Integrated, customizable soft good-storage, premium materials and a clean, sleek-yet-classic design make the Cape stand out among a crowded field.

Debuted at the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, the Cape is easily collapsible and fits in the trunk or cargo area of almost any car or SUV. For more information on Walker Trolleys, or to join the walking golf movement, visit any of the links below.

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About Walker Trolleys
Walker Trolleys makes golf equipment that respects and supports the tradition of walking the game. The company’s first product, The Walker Trolley Cape model, is built for the player and purist who appreciates style, form and function. Premium materials – including aluminum, waxed canvas and handcrafted leather – create a unique, elegant appearance that wouldn’t be out of place on the great links courses of Scotland during the time of Old and Young Tom Morris.

A convenient one-fold handle makes collapsing and unfolding the trolley easier than any other push cart on the market. The patent pending central hub enables the handle and legs to bend on two separate axes, allowing for a compact fold. The storage unit, made of water-resistant waxed canvas, provides an endless number of ways for golfers to customize their trolley.

A non-folding line of Walker Trolleys made with the same materials will be offered directly to courses, clubs and resorts as a rental option. The push carts nest for easy and quick storage in units and premium soft good options can be customized with logos and other branding elements.

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Shane Sharp
Owner, Southbound 4