Charger takes strain out of caddying

It’s a pet hate of golfers: they arrive at the course and discover that their electric caddy has not been charged up.

21st October, 2006

They either have to give their shoulders an unplanned workout or hire another caddy.

But not any more, thanks to a new invention from Caddy Motion, a company set up by former motor industry executive Andy O’Reilly.

‘‘I’m a golfer and a lot of the time, you open the boot, find that the battery is flat and end up hiring a caddy, which defeats the purpose of having one in the first place,”...

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