Special Club Car "Woody" for Goodwood
Industry news - 9 April 2012
Club Car adds an extra touch of class to golf at Goodwood’s symbolic “Woody” fleet
Golf at Goodwood has supplemented its idiosyncratic fleet of ‘Woody’ buggies designed by Lord March’s grandfather, the 9th Duke of Richmond, with 30 new custom-made Club Car vehicles – reinforcing its reputation as a unique and distinctive sporting venue.
The specifications of Golf at Goodwood’s fleet of top of the range Club Car Precedent i2L cars, each of which includes customised pelican seats, alloy wheels and bespoke club branding, have all been carefully selected to complement the ‘Woody’ buggies’ chintzy 1930s-style seat covers, convertible roof, spat-covered wheels and specially fitted wicker baskets that can double up as an ice-box to keep the champagne nicely chilled.
A few words about Club Car
Club Car is one of the most respectful brands in golf industry for more than half a century. Reliable and effective Precedent golf cars and Carryall Turf ancillary vehicles are an integral part of dozens of golf courses throughout the world successful functioning. The largest manufacturer of electric vehicles in the world is also acknowledged as the innovative leader. “Mobile Golf Informational System “Visage” is the latest in a long line of technical achievements that improves golfer’s experience as well as helps the courses working more efficiently.
Feel free to learn more about Club Car at www.clubcar.com
More information about golf in Goodwood is available at www.goodwood.co.uk/golf-at-goodwood
Source: Landmark Media