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On 4/15/2021 at 8:58 PM, dlow206 said:

Saw some of the comments about hills. Anyone have super steep hills on the courses they play? Feel like almost every hole at my home course has steep hills. Here is an example of a typical hole at my home course. This hole I don't even consider to be one with that steep of hills relative to other holes. 

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It works great on hilly courses!

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On 4/15/2021 at 8:58 PM, dlow206 said:

Saw some of the comments about hills. Anyone have super steep hills on the courses they play? Feel like almost every hole at my home course has steep hills. Here is an example of a typical hole at my home course. This hole I don't even consider to be one with that steep of hills relative to other holes. 

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It works great on hilly courses!

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4 hours ago, golfish! said:

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If she can do it...xP

travelling to Dallas for work tomorrow and going to get in a few rounds...its going to be hot...

Yep expect heat indexes of over 110*

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Geez after finding out where the actual cooler is, I feel like a dodo brain. 🤪 With the exception of the Bagboy Chiller bag which has the cooler right up in the top front of the bag, all my prior bags have had the cooler part on the side.  I was wondering why the MotoCaddy bag was not draining the water (melted ice) out of the bag. 

The rest of the bags I have owned have the ball compartment in the lower section of the bag.  Such as the picture at the bottom.  I was outside getting ready to clean up my gear for a golf outing next week and wahla the big snowflake on the bottom compartment stares at me like, I'm the cooler dude!  

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On 6/13/2021 at 5:56 AM, ole gray said:

Geez after finding out where the actual cooler is, I feel like a dodo brain. 🤪 With the exception of the Bagboy Chiller bag which has the cooler right up in the top front of the bag, all my prior bags have had the cooler part on the side.  I was wondering why the MotoCaddy bag was not draining the water (melted ice) out of the bag. 

The rest of the bags I have owned have the ball compartment in the lower section of the bag.  Such as the picture at the bottom.  I was outside getting ready to clean up my gear for a golf outing next week and wahla the big snowflake on the bottom compartment stares at me like, I'm the cooler dude!  

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wait so are you saying there are drain holes for the cooler compartment? lol I took your word for it and thought there wasnt. i will have to look again. Also, are there holes along the lining of your cooler compartment? Not sure if mine had a manufacturing defect but I have a bunch of holes in the lining. Not home at the moment but will take pictures and post when I do.

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On 6/12/2021 at 7:40 PM, TBT said:

Yep expect heat indexes of over 110*

OMG I nearly died on the course yesterday. it would have been manageable except they made it cart path only due to the wet fairways so we had to walk to our balls. By the time I started aiming all my balls at the cart path it was too late. The 3 gatorades I had downed came right back up and I was down for the count. Probably didnt help that I went straight to the course from the airport with no warm up or time to acclimate and I had not eaten anything since breakfast at 4AM (my 6AM flight got delayed to 8AM) but mostly it was the heat and humidity. 

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1 hour ago, golfish! said:

wait so are you saying there are drain holes for the cooler compartment? lol I took your word for it and thought there wasnt. i will have to look again. Also, are there holes along the lining of your cooler compartment? Not sure if mine had a manufacturing defect but I have a bunch of holes in the lining. Not home at the moment but will take pictures and post when I do.

haha there is a hole at the bottom left of the ball er cooler section.  😉

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14 hours ago, golfish! said:

OMG I nearly died on the course yesterday. it would have been manageable except they made it cart path only due to the wet fairways so we had to walk to our balls. By the time I started aiming all my balls at the cart path it was too late. The 3 gatorades I had downed came right back up and I was down for the count. Probably didnt help that I went straight to the course from the airport with no warm up or time to acclimate and I had not eaten anything since breakfast at 4AM (my 6AM flight got delayed to 8AM) but mostly it was the heat and humidity. 

I just think, I play in those conditions from June - October and it’s even worse in July and August 

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19 hours ago, ole gray said:

Ok folks my review is up and done!  I will continue to monitor and answer any questions you have for as long as needed.  It has been a pleasure and  I am so thankful to MotoCaddy and MyGolfSpy for this opportunity!  Roger Teat who is heading up the US side  of MotoCaddy was solid gold l while assisting us through the process. I enjoyed my teammates comments throughout the conversations leading up to the reviews!

Thank you Big Stu, Tpoole22, and golfish for sharing your stories and knowledge.

 


 

 

Very nice work mate, that was a good read.

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23 minutes ago, MattF said:

Very nice work mate, that was a good read.

Thanks Matt!  

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On 4/7/2021 at 3:23 PM, ole gray said:

MotoCaddy M7 Electric Cart

 

Style What’s it look like  (18 out of 20 points) 
 

The M7 looks like a Mercedes Benz truck  with sleek lines and a nice tight booty er I mean body. It reminds me somewhat of my Bagboy Nitron push cart which is easy on the eyes too.  While they are similar in style, the M7 looks like it’s on steroids with a muscular frame and heavier build. Yep it’s larger than your weekend push cart only because of the really solid frame and body. The good news is it folds as well if not better than some of the push/pull carts that have come down the pike. If you take the wheels off, it should definitely fit in the majority of vehicles.  

 

 

We also received a scorecard holder (I keep my score on my watch) and a device holder. I tried my phone in the device holder and it worked well however I was not willing to push the limits with my apple phone intact. 


The M7 might look like the Mercedes of electric carts however it’s tougher than a stud boar hawg fighting for the corn bin.  It's a tough hombre because I took it through places only armoured personnel carriers and military grade humvees should travel. It bounced over rocks, roots, pine cones, mud, water, and thick wet morning rough with minimal problems.  I will say when hitting pine cones and rocks, the two small wheels in front hopped around like Bubba Grimes waiting to pee during church service. I’d like to see how one large wheel would react on the M7…..  With that said I’m totally sold on the frame lasting several years up to a decade and more. 

 

Easy Setup (18 out of 20 points)

The M7 is practically fool proof to set up. It’s mostly assembled in the box you receive from the factory. Slide on the tires and pull them out until you hear a little click and you’re cooking with crisco. The user manual is exceptionally well written and guides you through each step with ease. No need to google instructions on the M7!

 

 

On-Course    (17 out of 20 points)

Once you begin your first round with the M7 you are timid about where you send your cart to. It’s like jumping on your bike for the first time, you don’t want to run into old lady Gertrude’s rose bush or Uncle Felton’s fish pond. You develop skills as you continue your journey with the M7. Heck now I can cut donuts, pull wheelies, and race Bubba Jenkins and his golf cart like an old pro. Initially you have to hone your skills with the remote control however in no time at all it becomes easy peasy.  I did take a spin around the yard chasing my three dogs to build my skills before I hit the course.

On the course it’s a real benefit to my golf game.  It frees up my mind as I’m walking towards my ball to get ready for the next shot.  Not that I’m unsociable, however when you're in a golf cart with the likes of Homer Skillrider and he’s talking up a storm, you have little to no time to prepare your mind for golf stuff. 

I’m 70 years old and I generally walk three times per week which adds up to 7ish miles per round or 21+ miles. I LOVE the M7 because it saves my back from pushing uphill and through other rough terrain I sometimes encounter. Exercise is my friend and having a cart that allows me to walk with some speed is awesome for my cardiac and muscle tone in my legs. It’s good for you and keeps my body strong. If you don’t use it, you lose it. My push cart is a Bagboy Nitron which is an excellent non electric cart. With that said walking hands free is a totally different game which has actually elevated my golf game. I’m playing better golf now!  Why? I suppose the ability to focus on golf instead of the hot chick Monroe slobbered on last night is a huge plus. 

 

 M7 use of the remote (17 of 20 points) 

I would suggest caution when using in tight areas.  When you first start your cart and you’re close behind, it will have a tendency to fishtail. Maybe it was my driving, however it will move to either side before you can right the ship. It’s like a bull with a hornet up it’s butt, don’t get in the way or you’ll be on the wrong side of a bad day. I was on a par three waiting on another fellow to hit. Well I was on the left side of my M7 and didn’t realize the wheels had been turned hard to the left. Once he hit I started moving and hit the forward button on the remote. Next thing I knew the cart was molesting me! It ran up my leg and was stomping my foot like an Italian in a grape tub. The old farts I was playing with were belly laughing with tears running down their cheeks. Yup be careful in tight areas.

I would still opt for the remote system. It’s cool watching it running way ahead of you and folks in another fairway looking around scratching their heads. 

I love sending it to the next tee box ahead of me (pending no one is hitting).

Hands free walking down the fairway is the bomb!

 

Electric Cart  Usefulness (17 out of 20 points)

As I stated earlier in my review there is no doubt I have played better golf since using the M7 electric cart. It’s all about concentration for me. If I want to talk it up with a friend I will hop on their riding cart and chat all day. Catch up on the news both home and elsewhere.With that said I have seen obvious gains in consistent scoring since I began walking. 

 

I’m getting old.  Hell I’m 70 now and in ten years I may slow down from walking or I may not.  Even after three knee surgeries with two of them major and a broken right hip I’m a rejuvenated walker.  Not pushing my cart is a huge advantage. Post round I can still be productive later in the day. Going to Little League ball games and other family events is no longer a dreaded thing. Give me an hour or two off my feet and I’m back at it. 

 

Play it or Trade it? (20 out of 20 points)

Am I going back to pushing a cart or maybe selling or trading the M7?  Nope ain’t gonna happen chief. It’s stuck with me for the next 10 years or so. I’m gonna ride this hoss for as long as my old arse, knees and feet can hang. 

The good, the bad, and the ugly:  

It’s good for your game to be able to concentrate while walking. It’s good for your health and keeps you young. It’s good because you don’t feel so burnt out after a round. You can get in your truck without tripping over your shoes from being dog tired. Since I started back walking two years ago, it’s good to see a few of my senior friends following suit. A couple of them are seriously contemplating an M7. One young man in his twenties is saving his money for one. 

Bad -- well I would say the small wheels in the front are a D- for me. They hop all over the place while you’re taking those shortcuts between tees. Pine cones, sticks  and chipmunks - jk becoming stuck between the wheels causing skidding and bumping around like a dog with a porcupine stuck on his arse. I’d like to see one large wheel to keep objects from interrupting the roll.  

It’s a little heavy and while I understand it helps with the stability of the cart, most old folks ain’t as studly as I am. Even after taking the battery out, lifting it up in my truck is an eye opener. Most old coots, wimpy young bucks, and skinny gals will notice the weight. If the engineers could find a way to lighten it up a bit it may reach a wider audience. 

Fishtailing can be a problem. Small clicks for left and right turns are important however if you hang on a pine cone the small clicks don’t work as well. Hard press either way on the left/right buttons can cause sudden turns that could put you in a lake or off a bridge. Adding a large single wheel might help with the fishtailing. 

Ugly --  There’s nothing ugly about the M7. It’s an awesome looking cart and gathers looks all around the practice area. 


 

Total Points: 92

 

I would like to thank MotoCaddy and MyGolfSpy for this opportunity.  Roger at MotoCaddy is a class guy who offered full assistance. It was a blast and an honor to review the MotoCaddy M7 electric cart!

Well done Grasshopper!!  wish I could still walk 18 holes I’d be lookin’ hard at one of these.
 

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On 6/14/2021 at 8:55 AM, ole gray said:

Ok folks my review is up and done!  I will continue to monitor and answer any questions you have for as long as needed.  It has been a pleasure and  I am so thankful to MotoCaddy and MyGolfSpy for this opportunity!  Roger Teat who is heading up the US side  of MotoCaddy was solid gold l while assisting us through the process. I enjoyed my teammates comments throughout the conversations leading up to the reviews!

Thank you Big Stu, Tpoole22, and golfish for sharing your stories and knowledge.

 


 

 

Thanks @ole gray for the fantastic review!  It was great working with you guys and following along!!

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Just finished reading 17 pages worth of reviews. Good job guys.  

I noticed lot of you using the MotoCaddy golf bag, has anyone used a Vessel Stand bag or similar bag on these and run into any problems?  

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Nice write-up @ole gray

 

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1 hour ago, Motocaddy said:

Thanks @ole gray for the fantastic review!  It was great working with you guys and following along!!

Thank you sir! 

44 minutes ago, MaxEntropy said:

Nice write-up @ole gray

 

Appreciate ya!

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Having read all the reviews I’ve ordered an M7 and it should be with me next week. Really looking forward to taking it out 👍

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On 6/17/2021 at 1:40 PM, Northern Monkey said:

Having read all the reviews I’ve ordered an M7 and it should be with me next week. Really looking forward to taking it out 👍

Enjoy!  We think you are going to love it!!

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Well I took the M7 out for the first time today and have to say I am really impressed with it. The difference it makes to your game is impressive. Felt a lot fresher after playing and didn’t have the usual aches and pains from pushing a trolley around. 
It was a little more noisy than I was expecting, but to be honest some of that was my clubs moving around in the bag, and I think I need to use it some more to see if this is normal. The motors themselves seem very quiet but there did seem to be some noise coming from the wheels. Now admittedly this could be due to it being new and then bedding in so will reserve judgement until after some more use. 
It is lacking in storage space which could improve it but overall though I would highly recommend it, you won’t look back once you have one 👍

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17 hours ago, Northern Monkey said:

Well I took the M7 out for the first time today and have to say I am really impressed with it. The difference it makes to your game is impressive. Felt a lot fresher after playing and didn’t have the usual aches and pains from pushing a trolley around. 
It was a little more noisy than I was expecting, but to be honest some of that was my clubs moving around in the bag, and I think I need to use it some more to see if this is normal. The motors themselves seem very quiet but there did seem to be some noise coming from the wheels. Now admittedly this could be due to it being new and then bedding in so will reserve judgement until after some more use. 
It is lacking in storage space which could improve it but overall though I would highly recommend it, you won’t look back once you have one 👍

Hmm I havent noticed any noise coming from the motors but did notice some creaking coming from the wheels. I believe it depends on the terrain you are on but I dont think it affects the functionality of the cart. As for the on board storage, I did mention that in my official review that on board storage is a bit limited but I believe Roger mentioned they are looking at upgrades for future models. The accessory package takes care of some of that giving you a ball and tee holder in your scorecard holder, an umbrella holder, a device cradle, and a cup holder (definitely recommend the XL one if you have anything larger than a beer can). 

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Woods : :benhogan-small: GS53 3 Wood 14* Mitsubish Tensei Blue 73g Regular

Hybrids: :callaway-small: XR Project X Stiff (3&4)

Irons : sub70logo.png.3c207e4e90c1eeca7b9a917b5fa4b848.png 699 Pro Black 5-AW 1* flat KBS Tour V 90 Stiff Shafts 

Wedges : File:Kirkland Signature logo.svg - Wikimedia Commons 52, 56, 60 

Putter : :taylormade-small:Spider Red

Bag : datrek-brand_1456761019__86876.original.jpg.7c24f9ae71c7730ce29a828226731487.jpg lightweight cart bag | motocaddy.jpg.258c0b46e60c2804fc6b1f64bca0aef3.jpgDry Series Bag

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