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Leave the turkey leftovers - win a trolley with GoKart!
December 20, 2011

Golfers fed up with turkey and TV on Christmas Day can find the perfect festive distraction and the chance to win a state-of-the-art powered trolley with GoKart’s annual Christmas quiz.

The yuletide teaser returns for its third outing, and this year visitors to will be able to tackle 18 cryptic clues laid out around Santa’s golf course.

It’s not only golfing aficionados who can enjoy the cerebral conundrums – thanks to the focus on general knowledge and logical thinking with a festive twist, the whole family has a chance to win the fantastic GoKart prize.

Anyone completing the quiz by January 31 will be entered in a prize draw to win a GoKart, the award-winning British-designed electric golf trolley. And for those needing a helping hand, GoKart’s elves will be running a hints and tips forum from Boxing Day onwards.

Sandy Catford, a director of GoKart, said: “Our Christmas quiz started as a bit of fun and something for people to do while they let their dinner go down. It’s proved a big hit, not just with golfers but also their families and friends, so has now become a regular fixture.

“This year it’s played round a golf course – we say it’s the only course where you can turn up on Christmas morning in your pyjamas and be guaranteed a tee time. Hopefully everyone will enjoy a sub-par round with birdies liberally sprinkled throughout.”

The GoKartThe lucky overall winner will earn themselves a perfect Christmas present. Weighing in at just 8.2kg, the GoKart is as easy to lift as it is to set up, with no fiddly catches to master: just slot the battery into the trolley frame and strap on your bag.

The powerful 230W motor can maintain a jogging pace if needed and comfortably takes the steepest of golf-course terrain in its stride, and, after a round, the trolley can be swiftly folded to fit in any boot, reducing to just 26x58x61cm.

The recently launched GoKart Automatic ensures the trolley perfectly matches a golfer’s speed simply by them holding the handle. This eliminates any tricky knobs and dials and the GoKart will maintain the same pace even if the user releases it.

GoKart customers also benefit from unrivalled customer service including a two-year warranty, a complimentary courtesy kart if yours is out of action, and a 28-day trial period.

The GoKart retails at just £244, with the Automatic feature available as an optional extra for a further £40.

For more information, or to buy a GoKart, call 01227 712288, email or go to


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