We foresee a dismal future for those caddies you pay tax-free cash so they lug your clubs while you swing away at the course.
Their replacements? The GT2 Stowamatic, a portable three-wheeled vehicle powered by a 27-hole battery that follows your instructions where to take those all-important clubs for the next hole-in-one.
The point is it not only carries your stuff, but brings it places as well. Use the LED display to input commands via a distance control function and contentedly mind those swings as the Stowamatic follows you across the green–nifty huh? Also take note that since it uses a LED display, the sunlight doesn’t blot out your digital screen, which is a plus for outdoor aficionados.
The GT2 is actually the latest incarnation of its lesser-known sibling, the Titanium GT. Aside from the name change, what differs on this new robotic caddy is the additional hardware and a carrying ability designed to accommodate your golf bag.
Though only available in the U.S., the GT2 is bound to reach UK-based enthusiasts in the foreseeable future. If you can’t stand the wait, order one for $365 (that’s 230 quid). Now, if only they made a carrier that serves drinks too.