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Planning For A Day At The Golf Course

Depending on which courses you are playing, renting a golf cart may make getting from one hole to another much easier. Because golf courses can be spread out over many acres of land, golf carts make transporting people, golf equipment, and other items more enjoyable than having to carry them from hole to hole. Because golfers want to spend the majority of their time on the course golfing instead of walking, renting a cart is advised. If you are playing on a smaller course, you may not need to rent a cart. Carrying your equipment or renting a small push cart may be all you will need. These carts, even though they are small, can carry a lot of weight, so donít worry about not being able to fit all of your stuff into it.

Small groups should consider renting push carts for each player so that it is easy to get from one hole to another. Some golf bags have wheels on them for courses like these, so you may not have to rent any type of cart at all. Those who golf often and those who live on or near golf courses will sometimes buy their own golf carts and keep them at their homes. This is very convenient for those who golf everyday. When purchasing a golf cart, find one that is large enough for your needs and one that has an extensive warranty because you never know what will happen in the future.

Read through the warranty carefully to see if the cart needs to be taken to a specific repair shop or if you can take it anywhere for repairs. Owning a golf cart means you need to take care of it as you would a small car. Regular oil changes, engine cleanings, and tire checks are necessary in order to keep it in good shape for a long time. You will appreciate having a golf cart when friends or family visit so you can take them golfing. Cleaning the upholstery often will prevent scratches, tears, and discoloration. Store your cart in a garage or keep it covered so you donít run the exterior. Additional accessories you may need include batteries, headlight covers, canopy covers, and additional storage for clubs, water, and other items you may want to take with you. Since a round of golf can take a few hours to complete, you should bring enough water and other items with you so everyone will have a good time and remain hydrated.


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