Wakefield, Massachusetts (August 10, 2011) – CaddyTrek, a new innovative robotic golf follow caddy, will be launched at the 2011 PGA Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, August 22-24.
“In January, we demoed the CaddyTrek prototype in the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando and received very favorable response” said Dr. Chunghsin Lee, chief designer of CaddyTrek and Founder and CEO of the Massachusetts-based FTR Systems, Inc.
“A lot of today’s golfers want to walk the course without the burden of pulling, pushing, manually or remotely controlling the golf cart – CaddyTrek provides golfers exactly that – it follows the golfer autonomously and the golfer is totally hands-free! CaddyTrek enables the golfer to walk the course relaxed and completely focus on his game – the result is better health and better game! We’re excited to help golfers have a fun and better golfing experience!”
CaddyTrek is a brand new innovative golf follow caddy that is designed and manufactured by the CaddyTrek Division of FTR Systems, Inc. It is built based on FTR’s proprietary robotic technology and advanced sensing and motion control mechanisms. It is the most compact and lightweight electric golf caddy in the world. The lithium ion battery can easily last for 18 to 27 holes when fully charged. With the transceiver, CaddyTrek not only can follow the golfer autonomously, but be controlled remotely, making it easy to call the caddy back from afar or send it to the next tee! CaddyTrek has been extensively tested to ensure its top quality and is backed by a one-year warranty for replacement parts.
For more information, visit www.caddytrek.com or see a demo at Booth #919 in the Golf Equipments Section of 2011 PGA Expo.