The Greenhill PTS electric golf trolley weighs in at 10kg and features a frame with suspension springs and an advanced electronic braking system that stops the trolley from free-wheeling down hills. Their Kinetic Energy Recovery System or KERS is similar to that...
Founded in 1991, Greenhill entered the golf market with the three-wheel Push ’n’ Pull trolley. Still in production today, the easy folding, lightweight trolley design has stood the test of time. Greenhill's first electric golf trolley was launched in 1994. A brand new design at the time, the now legendary “Z” folding chassis has since been adopted in many more electric golf trolley designs throughout the world. From this initial design, Greenhill has added many unique and innovative ideas to the range of trolley designs, these include: Fold under front wheel for extra compactness, Patented Suspension design for smoother ride, T’-bar handle for ambidextrous usage, CNC machined Aluminium hinges and catches, Ultrasonic Digital Controllers, Variable Electronic Braking System (VEBS) with integrated Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS), Limited Slip Differential Gearbox, Mudguards.
In November, 2009, Greenhill was acquired by the established engineering firm Standel Dawman. Standel Dawman, with its headquarters and factory in Lancashire, has been behind the design and precision engineering of millions of electric trolley components since 1978, supplying many of the world’s leading brands and earning an unmatched reputation for reliability.
The acquisition of Greenhill, which Standel Dawman previously supplied, allowed the engineering firm the opportunity to deploy its design and manufacturing expertise and create its own golf trolleys, combining original, market leading technologies and components.