High-tech electric shopping carts used by Paul McGinley seen by over a billion homes

A new golf TV series titled Golf’s Greatest Holes airs today on NBC Sports Next’s GolfPass with its presenters – former Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley and UK sportscaster Chris Hollins – featured using the latest electric caddies of main sponsor Motocaddy on some of the most famous golf courses in the world.

The six-part series, which has already received critical acclaim from major broadcasters in other parts of the world, features some of the biggest holes in Paul’s native Ireland and neighboring Northern Ireland.

“I had never used an electric caddy before this series, but I was blown away by how easy the Motocaddy models are to use and the technology available to help your game on the course is amazing,” said McGinley, who has sunk the famous winning a putt for Europe on his Ryder Cup debut in 2002 before claiming victory as captain at Gleneagles in 2014.

“Using the latest Motocaddy products when making the series made filming really easy and I enjoyed taking the caddies to some of the toughest golf courses in the world. I hope this encourages people to get out there and make their own journey around the biggest holes in golf,” he added.

The first in a six-part series saw the duo tour the Emerald Isle using the latest Motocaddy M5 GPS and M7 REMOTE electric caddies, while co-presenter and avid golfer Chris carries the versatile HydroFLEX stand bag while playing world famous courses such as Royal County Down, Royal Portrush, Adare Manor and Lahinch, as well as hidden gems such as County Sligo and the beautiful and wild Carne Golf Links on the Atlantic Coast.

Each 30-minute show features up to six holes selected by Paul for their breathtaking views, as well as the challenge they present to golfers of all skill levels. Other courses that will appear in the first series include Ballyliffin, The K Club, Portmarnock, Portstewart, Rosapenna, Killarney, Waterville and Druid’s Glen.

“The show was a great success for our brand,” said Motocaddy Marketing Director Oliver Churcher. “It was amazing to see Paul and Chris using our electric caddies on some of the best golf courses in the world, but it’s even better to see this presented to viewers around the world. Our business in the United States is going really well and I’m sure the American golf-loving public will love this new series,” he added.

All six episodes of the first series will be available on demand after already airing in the UK, Europe and Africa. The show is expected to be aired by more than 30 broadcasters around the world, reaching more than one billion homes in 189 countries over the next four years.

The spectacle was filmed through exclusive access to courses which were closed during the lockdown period last year, allowing the crew to capture stunning footage of spectacular Irish golf holes which have hosted major championships, a Ryder Cup and those presenting a weekly challenge to the everyday golfer. Combining super high definition 4k cameras and highly trained drone pilots, the courses were captured from every angle, truly showing off the best of Irish golf pedigree.

“From day one we couldn’t have put on the show without Motocaddy and I’m so thrilled to have a globally recognized brand of golf as our title sponsor,” said Chris, who is an avid golfer playing with a handicap of seven.

“Having Motocaddy products involved meant that Paul and I could focus on shooting and explaining the beautiful scenery around us.

“The electric caddies worked perfectly and when the filming schedule required me to play alone, the HydroFLEX stand bag was light and easy to carry, which made filming even easier. I couldn’t be happier with the six first shows from the island of Ireland and we hope our American golf fans will enjoy watching it as much as Paul and I did,” he added.

Future destinations are expected to include the United States, the Caribbean, Australia and Europe and more information can be found on the show’s website, where viewers can check out footage of the backstage, enter competitions, and suggest which holes the series should include next.

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For more information please contact Adam Smith at Sports Impact on +44 (0)7751850970 or [email protected] or Oliver Churcher, Marketing Manager on +44 (0)1279 712371 or [email protected] .com

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