When you own your own golf cart, the upkeep can be expensive, as can the fees that some private courses impose for letting you use them. That’s why it’s always good to know the best places to shop when something does go wrong or if you simply want to upgrade your means of getting around the course.
It can be surprising for first-time cart owners how much choices are out there for maintaining and customising your cart, allowing golfers to create a serious statement when they roll out for a few rounds.
Although the logistics of taking your cart on holiday with you abroad are formidable if you’re thinking of taking a golfing holiday closer to home it’s probably a good idea to make sure that your cart is tuned up and ready to go before heading out on the green.
This could range from simple maintenance such as adding a new cargo box or a new enclosure to something more essential like tools for battery maintenance so you don’t run out of juice in the middle of the green.
It could also be for more superficial reasons that you want to investigate getting new golf cart parts, perhaps some decals or a new enclosure.
If you are planning on taking your cart on holiday with you and want to get the best deals it’s important to think about ordering any parts well in advance. All the best deals are available online so you need to factor in the time takes for the parts to be delivered.
It may take longer but it’s going to save you a lot of money, compared to buying the parts from a physical dealer. As with maintaining any vehicle you might find that tinkering with your golf cart becomes as much a hobby as the golf itself.