It could be the single-biggest golfing purchase we make. So we want it to last and we don’t want it to let us down on the golf course. Golfstream are one of the largest suppliers of replacement trolley parts, accessories and batteries in the country. So if there’s anything they don’t know about looking after an electric golf trolley it isn’t worth knowing. They also make quality trolleys themselves. Their latest addition is the Vision with an anti-glare screen and new easy-fold mechanism. We spoke to the brand’s managing director Derek Richford to get some tips on how we can keep our trolleys in decent working order and what to do if we find a fault. “There are a few to be honest! From the rotary switch at the top to bearings in the front wheels, tyres on the main wheels and axle blocks. “Their first reaction will be to blame the battery but in well over 50% of cases the trolley itself will be the issue.” “The old story of “a stitch in time saves nine” is true of golf trolleys, don’t leave it until you have a fault, look after it. “Many people will think nothing of getting their lawn mower serviced each year but all too few do the same with their golf trolley. “Just playing once...