★★★★★Australian Golf Digest
Innovation and technological enhancements have made a remarkable impact to the enjoyment of golf. However, it’s rare that something as exciting and so broadly game changing comes along as Concourse Golf’s Smart Wheels.
I’m very happy with the Concourse Vogue Golf Buggy and Smart Wheels. I can now fit all my golf gear into the boot of a small car and it is a lot less tiring walking the course. I highly recommend this product.
15-way club divider, 7 waterproof pockets and 2 easy-lift handles.
Attaches seamlessly to the CBM3 Golf Buggy using the Concourse strapless connection system for convenience.
The batteries take 3 to 4 hours to charge
The Smart Wheel Batteries will have the same life expectancy as existing golf buggy (lithium batteries) and this is directly determined by the number of times a week you play and how many times the batteries are recharged.
The batteries can be charged on or off the buggy or even in
the carry case.
The batteries should be charged after each use, regardless
of how many holes you have played.
The remote should be charged with the wheels after every
round of golf.
The batteries should be left on charge at all times, while
the wheels are not in use.
Yes, the lithium batteries inside each Smart Wheels are fully replaceable. Please contact Concourse Golf if you require your batteries to be replaced.
There are 7 forward speed settings on the remote and 1 reverse speed.
Our Wheels are totally sealed with no exposed wiring as the electronics are situated higher from the ground than most electronics on traditional electric golf buggies. The motors are far more water resistant that a traditional electric golf buggy motor. The wheels are not designed to be fully submerged in water, they are fully water resistant designed for normal operating use and conditions.
Yes, the Smart Wheels will work with buggies that do not have a rotating front wheel. These Smart Wheels are programmed for a softer turn – meaning that for buggies that have a fixed front wheel, they turn on a slightly wider arc.
For more information as to how you set-up your Concourse Smart Wheels for a fixed or rotating front wheel golf buggy, please refer to Section 10 on page 16 of your Concourse Golf Smart Wheel Instruction manual.
Yes. there is a freewheeling mode which is easily activated by pressing the button in the middle of the wheels and partially sliding the wheels out which will enable you to feel them click into '1st position' This enables the wheels to rotate freely and your buggy to be pushed manually.
Yes, the Smart Wheels have built in Engine Braking which assists the operator on downhill slopes.
Yes the Smart Wheels have a park brake function. Please refer to the Operating Instructions for detailed information on the use of the Park Brake.
The Smart Wheels have no auto distance function as there is
no need with a remote control. To set the required distance, you just press the forward or reverse button until where you want it to stop.