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Club Car Golf Cart

When playing golf, you never know where a ball may end up, particularly if you are new and learning the game. Using a club car golf cart can save you a lot of effort in completing a round of golf without adding to the frustration of learning a new game.

Most club car golf carts are made to carry two people as well as their gear. There is a portion in the front of a golf cart where a driver and passenger can each sit, as well as a part in the back where golf equipment can be stored and easily carried from hole to hole.

A good club car golf cart should be relatively easy to maneuver as well as smooth in the way that it handles. One of the best ways to discover which kind of golf cart is going to best meet your needs is to try out many different kinds and see for yourself which one seems right.

Club Car golf carts come in a variety of styles and models, including luxury, classic and compact models. For example, the Luxury Class L320 LX is Club Car's top luxury models. This Club Car golf cart is engineered with self-adjusting rack and pinion steering as well as independent front suspension. The Luxury Class L320 LX comes equipped with custom wheels and ten inch Goodyear Double Eagle tires.

One of the more stylish Club Car golf carts is the Precedent. This model is thought to be the ultimate customer feedback golf cart, by the Club Car corporation. It has improved exterior durability as well as much tighter steering, more comfortable seats and mechanical and electrical components that are easier to access.

The Club Car Precedent is said to be the result of the company talking with head professionals, managers and superintendents of golf courses, owners and other golf enthusiasts across the country. The company spent over four years talking with people and building the Precedent Club Car golf cart.

Then there's the Club Car classic golf carts, like the Vintage Class '57 Chevy LX, or the 4 passenger '57 Chevy LX. These replicas of the classic American car have beautiful lines, shiny red paint, and were licensed by General Motors.

There are several models in the Club Car compact class of golf carts. These golf carts generally have tighter steering and are for two people, a driver and a passenger. Compact golf carts can be nice for home use, as they do not take up nearly as much space as regular sized golf carts. Plus, the smaller steering radius is perfect for smaller domains, such as a large backyard.

No matter which class or model of Club are Golf Carts you choose, chances are you'll be more than pleased. Club Car Golf Carts have been around for some time now. These quality golf carts are considered top of the line by many golf courses and club owners.

Submitted by:

Chuck Brusser

Chuck Brusser works as a golf cart technician for various country clubs around his home. For his work, he finds it advantageous to keep a notebook on the common problems and fixes of the various brands and models that he works on. At http://www.allsportnews.com, he makes this information open to the public to facilitate the evaluation of the different models of golf carts.


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