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The VERTX Bunkered Review

By Shopify API February 02, 2024 2 comments

James Tait takes an in-depth look at the VERTX Remote, for Bunkered.

Widely regarded as the world’s most intelligent Remote golf trolley, Stewart Golf’s latest release will make walking the course a blast.

No matter where you’re playing, you’ll have the upper edge flashing the sleek black VERTX design, as the trolley features game-changing technology.

The industry-first Active Terrain Control (ATC) continuously adjusts to the terrain and slopes of the course, while maintaining its speed to manoeuvre both uphill and downhill. 

If you can’t get enough golf at the weekend and need to head back out after playing 18, Stewart Golf has you covered. The trolley has longer battery life with 27 and 45-hole options, powered by a second-generation SmartPower battery.

It doesn’t end there, though, as Stewart’s compact folding model has unbeatable range, proving to stretch even further than 100m.
Golfing fanatic, photographer, and Stewart Golf ambassador, Patrick Koenig, recently smashed the world record for the number of golf courses played in a year (580 to be exact), but the most impressive part may be that for the majority of these rounds, he walked.

From teeing off his RGV Tour at Monarch Beach, to sinking a two-footer for par on the 18th at Chambers Bay, Koenig completed 580 rounds at different 18-hole courses, spanning across 40+ US states.

Speaking on his world record, Koenig revealed that of the 580 courses played, he had walked at least 70% of them, accompanied by ‘Stewie’, his trusty Stewart Golf Q Follow electric trolley. The previous record stood at 449, a record that Koenig surpassed on October 17th.

“I love to walk, and I always prefer to walk,” said Koenig. “I like rolling with my guy Stewie. You definitely feel like you accomplish more. Everybody takes a cart here and there, at least in America, but when you’re rocking with Stewie and you’re done, you’re like ‘oh yeah, that was a good 18!’.

Throughout his challenge, Koenig continued his work as a professional golf course photographer, swapping the clubs for a camera between shots. Having Stewie following behind at all times also allowed Koenig to be completely handsfree, giving him the freedom to get those all-important snaps.

“Walking a golf course is probably 5-10 times more immersive than getting in a cart. As a photographer, walking the course takes me to places and angles that I might not see if I’m in a cart. I love to walk over riding, that’s for sure.”

Golf Monthly put the VERTX Remote through its paces, against a couple of its market rivals.

The latest model to roll out of the Stewart factory, how did the VERTX Remote trolley perform versus its rivals?

It's been a busy period in the remote electric trolley market. New models have been launched from pretty much every electric trolley brand out there and the innovations in this space have been coming thick and fast, all offering golfers a new remote experience throughout 2023 and into 2024. Dan Parker, writer and head equipment reviewer at Golf monthly, was interested to see how the VERTX could cement Stewart's place atop the remote trolley standings.
Golfing fanatic, photographer, and Stewart Golf ambassador, Patrick Koenig, recently smashed the world record for the number of golf courses played in a year (580 to be exact), but the most impressive part may be that for the majority of these rounds, he walked.

From teeing off his RGV Tour at Monarch Beach, to sinking a two-footer for par on the 18th at Chambers Bay, Koenig completed 580 rounds at different 18-hole courses, spanning across 40+ US states.

Speaking on his world record, Koenig revealed that of the 580 courses played, he had walked at least 70% of them, accompanied by ‘Stewie’, his trusty Stewart Golf Q Follow electric trolley. The previous record stood at 449, a record that Koenig surpassed on October 17th.

“I love to walk, and I always prefer to walk,” said Koenig. “I like rolling with my guy Stewie. You definitely feel like you accomplish more. Everybody takes a cart here and there, at least in America, but when you’re rocking with Stewie and you’re done, you’re like ‘oh yeah, that was a good 18!’.

Throughout his challenge, Koenig continued his work as a professional golf course photographer, swapping the clubs for a camera between shots. Having Stewie following behind at all times also allowed Koenig to be completely handsfree, giving him the freedom to get those all-important snaps.

“Walking a golf course is probably 5-10 times more immersive than getting in a cart. As a photographer, walking the course takes me to places and angles that I might not see if I’m in a cart. I love to walk over riding, that’s for sure.”

Golf Monthly put the VERTX Remote through its paces, against a couple of its market rivals.

The latest model to roll out of the Stewart factory, how did the VERTX Remote trolley perform versus its rivals?

It's been a busy period in the remote electric trolley market. New models have been launched from pretty much every electric trolley brand out there and the innovations in this space have been coming thick and fast, all offering golfers a new remote experience throughout 2023 and into 2024. Dan Parker, writer and head equipment reviewer at Golf monthly, was interested to see how the VERTX could cement Stewart's place atop the remote trolley standings.

James Tait takes an in-depth look at the VERTX Remote, for Bunkered.

Widely regarded as the world’s most intelligent Remote golf trolley, Stewart Golf’s latest release will make walking the course a blast.


No matter where you’re playing, you’ll have the upper edge flashing the sleek black VERTX design, as the trolley features game-changing technology.


The industry-first Active Terrain Control (ATC) continuously adjusts to the terrain and slopes of the course, while maintaining its speed to manoeuvre both uphill and downhill. 


If you can’t get enough golf at the weekend and need to head back out after playing 18, Stewart Golf has you covered. The trolley has longer battery life with 27 and 45-hole options, powered by a second-generation SmartPower battery.


It doesn’t end there, though, as Stewart’s compact folding model has unbeatable range, proving to stretch even further than 100m.

James Tait takes an in-depth look at the VERTX Remote, for Bunkered.

Widely regarded as the world’s most intelligent Remote golf trolley, Stewart Golf’s latest release will make walking the course a blast.


No matter where you’re playing, you’ll have the upper edge flashing the sleek black VERTX design, as the trolley features game-changing technology.


The industry-first Active Terrain Control (ATC) continuously adjusts to the terrain and slopes of the course, while maintaining its speed to manoeuvre both uphill and downhill. 


If you can’t get enough golf at the weekend and need to head back out after playing 18, Stewart Golf has you covered. The trolley has longer battery life with 27 and 45-hole options, powered by a second-generation SmartPower battery.


It doesn’t end there, though, as Stewart’s compact folding model has unbeatable range, proving to stretch even further than 100m.

WATCH: IN DEPTH REVIEW OF THE VERTX REMOTE

"It really is an absolutely superb bit of kit."

If you're in the market for a premier trolley, the Stewart VERTX Remote is a great option. It can handle any terrain, as you can see we demonstrated here (in the video). 


That's thanks to Active Terrain Control. Now this is powered by a Cortex microchip, and what that does is redistributes the power evenly across the wheels (via the motors) to make sure that if you're going over any undulations, whether that be uphill or downhill, whatever that may be it's going to redistribute that power to make sure the trolley performs exactly how you need it to.


You don't need to worry about anything you're putting that trolley on, it's absolutely superb. Plus, with a 100 yard range you can send it miles down there and literally have no worries. Superb. 

"It really is an absolutely superb bit of kit."

If you're in the market for a premier trolley, the Stewart VERTX Remote is a great option. It can handle any terrain, as you can see we demonstrated here (in the video). 

That's thanks to Active Terrain Control. Now this is powered by a Cortex microchip, and what that does is redistributes the power evenly across the wheels (via the motors) to make sure that if you're going over any undulations, whether that be uphill or downhill, whatever that may be it's going to redistribute that power to make sure the trolley performs exactly how you need it to.

You don't need to worry about anything you're putting that trolley on, it's absolutely superb. Plus, with a 100 yard range you can send it miles down there and literally have no worries. Superb. 
Golfing fanatic, photographer, and Stewart Golf ambassador, Patrick Koenig, recently smashed the world record for the number of golf courses played in a year (580 to be exact), but the most impressive part may be that for the majority of these rounds, he walked.

From teeing off his RGV Tour at Monarch Beach, to sinking a two-footer for par on the 18th at Chambers Bay, Koenig completed 580 rounds at different 18-hole courses, spanning across 40+ US states.

Speaking on his world record, Koenig revealed that of the 580 courses played, he had walked at least 70% of them, accompanied by ‘Stewie’, his trusty Stewart Golf Q Follow electric trolley. The previous record stood at 449, a record that Koenig surpassed on October 17th.

“I love to walk, and I always prefer to walk,” said Koenig. “I like rolling with my guy Stewie. You definitely feel like you accomplish more. Everybody takes a cart here and there, at least in America, but when you’re rocking with Stewie and you’re done, you’re like ‘oh yeah, that was a good 18!’.

Throughout his challenge, Koenig continued his work as a professional golf course photographer, swapping the clubs for a camera between shots. Having Stewie following behind at all times also allowed Koenig to be completely handsfree, giving him the freedom to get those all-important snaps.

“Walking a golf course is probably 5-10 times more immersive than getting in a cart. As a photographer, walking the course takes me to places and angles that I might not see if I’m in a cart. I love to walk over riding, that’s for sure.”

"It really is an absolutely superb bit of kit."

If you're in the market for a premier trolley, the Stewart VERTX Remote is a great option. It can handle any terrain, as you can see we demonstrated here (in the video). 


That's thanks to Active Terrain Control. Now this is powered by a Cortex microchip, and what that does is redistributes the power evenly across the wheels (via the motors) to make sure that if you're going over any undulations, whether that be uphill or downhill, whatever that may be it's going to redistribute that power to make sure the trolley performs exactly how you need it to.


You don't need to worry about anything you're putting that trolley on, it's absolutely superb. Plus, with a 100 yard range you can send it miles down there and literally have no worries. Superb. 


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2 comments


  • Vertx is a great cart. Absolutely love mine.

    Paul S on

  • Hi there, is there much difference between the X-follow (which I have), and the Vertex… if so, can I part ex?

    Thanks
    Ben

    Ben Hood on

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