Zero Friction To Introduce Wheel Pro STRIDE, its New Electric Golf Bag with Smart Follow Technology


OAKBROOK TERRACE, IL (January 9, 2023) – At the upcoming PGA Merchandise Zero Friction, LLC will unveil the Wheel Pro STRIDE golf bag, a first of its kind light weight, autonomous electric golf bag packed with tons of features for today’s golfer.

“It is like having your own private caddy that can essentially travel anywhere in the world with you,” said Zero Friction Founder and President John Iacono. “Everything you need is included on the STRIDE bag, and it even follows you around the golf course.”

Weighing 15 pounds, STRIDE includes a remote using Smart Follow Technology, and a built in intelligent gyroscopic control system for stability, speed control and soft start. The bag is able to handle all terrain including steep uphill slopes and tall grass.

Other features include: a battery life of 36 to 45 holes, average speed of 3 mph (max. 5 mph),                                                                  an autobrake system and a smart gearbox.

The Zero Friction Wheel Pro Stride comes to golfers in 2023 on the heels of the successful Wheel Pro golf bag. The Stride is built on a similar chassis and is packed full of features.

To learn more about the Zero Friction Wheel Pro STRIDE, please click here.

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