I’m curious to see what the forum thinks about these. I have been using the Maxfli tour for a while and have tried others like oncore vero x1, and of course the top big name premium balls too. At the end of the day balls are a disposable part of golf so if I can save some cash and get even close to the same performance as the top competitors I call that a win. Glad companies like this are out there trying to make the market competitive.
Some pics from my unboxing. This thing is SLICK!!! I just wish I could keep it this shiny!!!
After reading through the instructions, I’m definitely going to practice with it before taking it on the course tomorrow, so I’m going to get-up early to do-so. Pretty funny how the user manual even states, “Before you get too excited,” and then says charge it up, and practice first! HA!
MyGolfSpy Official Forum Member Review
Stewart Q Follow
Hello everyone! My name is Jason and I live in Southeast Tennessee. I play golf for relaxation and exercise and don’t hold an official handicap. My typical scores usually hover in the high 50’s to low 60’s for 9 holes.
I'm married to the most wonderful woman on the planet and have the pleasure of sharing my home with two amazing dogs.
I’m really excited to have been chosen for this review and want to say thank you to MGS and Stewart Golf for placing your trust in me.
I’ve been playing this game since my brother bought me a set of clubs after graduating high school in 1993, it started as a casual affair and has blossomed into a full blown obsession after joining the forum.
Why did I sign up to test the Stewart Q Follow? Most of my golf life I’ve been a rider and recently decided I wanted to walk more. Earlier in the year, I bought a Caddytek CaddyLite push cart after reading about the positive benefits of walking from members here. I enjoy walking during the cooler months because it relaxes me and is great exercise. Plus, exercise isn't exercise if you enjoy doing it.
I can’t wait to get out on the course to see how the Q Follow handles various terrain, as I tend to hit it all over the place. It’s also going to be interesting to see if having an electric trolley will help me retain stamina towards the end of my round as I have played 18 with the Caddytek and was completely gassed.
I’m also hoping to get in a round with @Tom the Golf Nut and do a comparison between the Stewart and Tom’s MotoCaddy. I’ve been watching a lot of videos on the Q Follow and expect it to perform admirably.
I’m going to be looking at battery life, ease of transport, charging time, and all the different modes of use. I want to see how well the follow, guided, and manual modes work. It’s also going to be important to know how easy it is to push if the battery loses charge. The mobile app is an interesting feature and want to test if it's easy to use and integrates seamlessly into the round.
Most importantly, I want to have fun on the course. If it does well on all the previous points plus enhances my enjoyment of the game, I feel like the Stewart Q Follow and I will become fast friends.