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Trolley experts Big Max are expanding their bestselling TI range this summer with the introduction of its lightest ever push trolley – the TI Lite.

The TI Lite matches the robust, durable simplicity of its popular early models with ultra-lightweight construction and modern practicality.

Ian Waddicar, U.K. Managing Director at Big Max commented, “The TI series has been so successful for Big Max because at its core, it’s a high quality design that can be relied on year after year; so much so it inspired Big Max’s 5 year manufacturer warranty.

“With the TI Lite we’ve applied modern materials, processes and features that elevate the classic TI design into a fantastic practical option for any golfer.”

The TI Lite is constructed from high grade aluminium that delivers the exceptionally light weight of 5.4kg. An ultra-stable, straight axle design provides for ease of use around the course while the adjustable handle allows golfers of different heights to benefit from the easy push. Adjustable bag brackets accommodate any size golf bag while quick release wheels and the simple, quick folding mechanism allows the TI LITE to be packed away into the smallest spaces in seconds.

Ti Lite phantom

Storage wise, the deluxe organiser provides space for pencil, tees and scorecard while its large storage compartment provides plenty of covered space for phone, keys and accessories. A sturdy footbrake, Quick Lok and Quick Fix accessory mounts complete the practical features on the TI LITE while its straight lines, beautiful brushed metal finish and simplicity of design add real style to this exceptional addition to the renowned TI family.

SRP: £199.99 / €239

More information on the Big Max range can be found HERE

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