Keep your phone safe and accessible with the Phone Caddy

Keep your phone safe all round long with the Phone Caddy.


Where do you put your phone while you’re golfing?

In a perfect world, our phones are out of sight, out of mind so we can all enjoy the game we love. Unfortunately, the world gets in our way, and very few people are provided the luxury of leaving their phone at home.

Most of us choose between the cup holder and the mini storage cubby, but even these are flawed. Your phone bounces around, and if you’re unlucky, out of the cart and onto the concrete.

Desert Fox offers a solution: the Phone Caddy.

A velcro strap attaches the product to a golf cart’s front window, and two hand screws allow you to adjust the bottom and sides of the phone holder. After sliding your phone directly into the Phone Caddy, you simply tighten the two knobs and are ready to go.

If you use a phone holder for your car’s air vent, the Phone Caddy is a must-have. It can be used for more than just scratch protection. With your phone at your fingertips, playing music, watching the pros, or using a golf GPS application is easier than ever.

The Phone Caddy comes in a small drawstring bag, and Desert Fox offers a wide selection of colors and designs (you can customize your own in bulk).

To try this product for yourself, click the link below.

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Phone Caddy

Fully adjustable phone holder for golf carts Phone slides in and out effortlessly for quick access to your phone Fits smart phones with 4″- 7″ screens. For exact models click. Fits all golf carts Durable, high impact plastic Includes microfiber bag with drawstring   Returns are not applicable after 30 days. 
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Tyler Zimmer Contributor

Tyler is a collegiate golfer for Cornell University working as’s summer intern. He was the editor-in-chief for The Haverford School’s Index after serving as the sports section editor. Tyler writes tournament content, product reviews, and instructional pieces from his perspective as an active player.