What kind of golf bag should I be using with an electric caddy? Can I use my current carry/stand bag?
Electric caddies are designed for standard cart bags. Carry bags with legs or uneven weight distribution are not very well suitable, as the legs will prevent the bag from being centered or properly affixed causing shifting during operation which will negatively impact the tracking of the cart. Hence, we recommend a standard cart bag with an even oval shape design, possibly with separate club compartments to prevent club shifting and noise, and plenty of pockets to optimize weight distribution in the bag/cart. Recommended dimensions are: 34.5" (minimum height) x 9" (width) x 11" depth. Our bag supports accommodate many different shapes and sizes but the above measurements are ideal dimensions.
Why should I use an electric golf push cart vs. a regular push cart or a golf cart?
Bat-Caddy: Electric golf caddies provide you with a series of benefits, such as improved health and fitness, weight loss, lower handicap and a better overall golf experience, as well as economic benefits due to the saved rental cart fees. On Average ...
The golf season is over and I am ready to store my Bat-Caddy? What is your advice?
Bat-Caddy: We recommend to clean the caddy using a damp cloth or brush for the wheel treads. DO NOT use a hose or power washer and keep moisture away from the electronics in the handle and controller box/compartment! Lubricate and protect the axles ...
How do I know if a motorized golf push cart is not too complicated for me to operate and maintain?
An electric caddy does require some minimal technical understanding and affinity, as it is a rather sophisticated, yet easy to use electrical/mechanical device with moving and wear/consumable parts. Remote controlled carts require a little bit more ...
How do I operate my caddy properly?
Bat-Caddy: Common Sense applies! Electric caddies, even models with the Anti-Tip wheel, are 3-wheel mechanical vehicles susceptible to tipping over in certain situations. Turning at fast speeds, crossing steep side hill terrain, driving into potholes ...
Can I retrofit my current sealed lead acid battery caddy or upgrade later from a SLA to a lithium?
Bat-Caddy: Yes. All our caddies are designed to operate with a 12V system compatible with both SLA and our special lithium chemistry battery. Other caddies are using a 24V lithium system which prevents the switch.