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When a private or upscale public course gets a new fleet of Trolley’s where do the old ones go? Can we the society be a vehicle to help get older/used trolley’s to public courses that don’t have them? Do some clubs just throw old ones away or store them and not use them?
We have had some issues at public courses at Gatherings last year with no trolley’s or not enough. We will focus on correcting this at public courses in 2019, especially at courses where we host walking gatherings.
Unfortunately most places have to climb in the rafters to find trolleys and spray the dust off them before you can use it.
My kids all have their own tuggers that we travel with because most places don’t have them available.
When I started working in a Proshop in the early 90’s as a youth trolleys were the first thing we got out in the morning. Tuggers were the primary need for seniors that Played early….. Carts were used for shotgun start outings.
Things have changed dramatically.