Walker Trolleys Showcased in Inventors Spotlight at PGA Merchandise Show
First Premium Push Cart for Players and Purists Unveiled at Booth #4300
AUSTIN, TEXAS – Walker Trolleys – the first premium push carts pairing classic features with modern design elements in functional, stylish vehicles – was showcased in the Inventors Spotlight at the PGA Merchandise Show, held Jan. 22-24 in Orlando, Florida.
Organized in partnership with the United Inventors Association (UIA), the Inventors Spotlight annually highlights new golf and golf lifestyle-related products developed by independent inventors. Exhibitors also compete in the UIA Awards Program in three categories: Most Innovative Concept, Best Marketing and the Pinnacle Award (Best in Show).
“The golf industry is a hotbed of innovation and the Inventors Spotlight is the perfect venue for emerging brands to engage with PGA Professionals, thought leaders and media members,” says Brad Payne, Walker Trolleys founding partner and CEO. “As one of the only push carts ever selected for this exhibition, we’re excited to further expose Walker Trolleys to decision makers and influencers.”
On Wednesday, Jan. 22, a Walker Trolley was featured on Golf Channel’s Morning Drive, hand-picked by the show’s curators as one of the “best of the show” products for that day. Walker Trolleys was also named one of the “14 Coolest Things We Saw at the PGA Show” by Golf Digest.
Walker Trolleys debuted two push carts at the show: the collapsible Cape model, which will be available to the public and retail between $399 -$439; and the non-folding model, the Eden, geared exclusively for resorts, public and private courses for $299 and up (depending on customization of the associated soft goods). For more information:
About Walker Trolleys
Walker Trolleys makes push carts for players and purists who appreciate style, form and functionality while boldly experiencing the great game of golf via walking. 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.
For more information, visit www.walkertrolleys.com.