Just weeks after Stewart Golf’s biggest launch ever with the new Q Follow, it has released a new trim level. Named simply the Black Edition, the British company has launched this new variant to give customers extra choice when considering the look of their new trolley.

The latest Black Edition has been designed to offer customers more of a stealthy look as the components which originally had a carbon fibre finish are now presented in elegant matte black. These parts include the wheel arches, handle plaque, rear spine and undertray.

CEO Mark Stewart said: “The initial reaction to the Q Follow has been excellent so far. The differences are only in the details, but the changes give the Black Edition its own sleek identity.”

Designed upon a lightweight microcellular composite structure and built around a maximum-strength monocoque chassis, the new Q Follow features Stewart Golf’s latest seventh-generation Follow technology: allowing golfers to walk the course handsfree.

Stewart Golf will continue to offer the original Carbon Edition, but this subtle style change will allow customers to purchase a Q Follow at a lower price.