You could be in with a chance of landing a new set of wheels, plus a bag to keep them company.

Golf Monthly has teamed up with the market-leading electric trolley company, PowaKaddy, to offer one lucky reader the sensational new Compact C2 trolley and stunning Dri Edition cart bag. One runner-up will also take home PowaKaddy’s feature-packed Premium cart bag.

Powered by the thinnest 18-hole Lithium battery on the market, our winner’s Compact C2 will also come with several accessories geared to help year-round performance, including Winter Wheels and an Umbrella. Launched earlier this year, the Compact C2 boasts an innovative simple-2- fold™ system that allows the sleek trolley to be set up and packed away in just two simple folds.

As well as its incredibly simple folding mechanism, the C2 also offers a full-colour widescreen display and USB Charging Port to charge GPS devices and smartphones. The winner’s trolley will come with an impressive three-year warranty, whilst the Lithium battery – backed by a full five-year warranty – utilises the brand’s sleek Plug ‘n’ Play™ system that avoids any fiddly wires or connectors.

How to enter

To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, just answer the following question;

The Compact C2 can be set up and packed away in?



Terms & Conditions
The closing date for entries is 4th December  All prizes are non-transferable and must be accepted as offered. Employees of PowaKaddy and its subsidiary companies, their families, agents or anyone connected with this promotion are not eligible to enter. Only one entry per person. Entries must not be sent through agencies or third parties; any such entries will be invalid. PowaKaddy cannot accept responsibility for entries that are incomplete or delayed. The winners will be the specified number of winners and/or runners-up drawn at random after the closing date. All winners will be notified within 28 days of the draw. Winners must be prepared to cooperate with any publicity arising as a result of winning the competition. The decision of PowaKaddy is final and binding.