MGI Trolleys Now Available in UK Through American Golf
American Golf have revealed that they have entered a partnership with MGI that will enable the retailer to exclusively sell MGI trolleys across the UK. The collaboration will ensure that the range of trolleys continues to grow in strength having first arrived on the market almost 30 years ago.
MGI are an Australian-based brand who have become world leaders in the design, manufacture and distribution of electric trolleys, known for their emphasis on innovation and improved functionality. The partnership with American Golf, Europe’s leading golf retailer, will see them become the official MGI UK retail partner, exclusively stocking a range of high quality, affordable electric trolleys and accessories.
There are several models to choose from, as American Golf currently stock: The MGI Zip Navigator, MGI Zip X1, MGI Zip X3 and the MGI Zip X5. Each trolley purchase comes with a 2-year warranty and the price range is from £549-£999.
Designed as a one-piece frame for an easy setup, the Zip Series is lightweight but durable, allowing golfers to effortlessly walk the course and focus on what’s important – the next shot.
American Golf also offer accessories such as an MGI drink holder, seat, score card holder and travel bag. As an added bonus, if you do purchase an MGI trolley from American Golf, you’ll be issued a complimentary umbrella.
Gary Favell, CEO of American golf, said: “We are delighted to become MGI’s exclusive UK retail partner, as it allows us to offer our customers the very best selection of electric trolleys on the market. Like MGI, American Golf is committed to providing affordability without compromising on quality, making golf accessible to all levels of players”.
American Golf has 98 stores across the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, whilst also offering delivery services throughout Europe and Australia and New Zealand. For more information visit: www.americangolf.co.uk
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