Some golfers don’t really care about it: They will just rent the first best golf cart they can get hold of to get around the course. For others, there won’t be fun playing golf without their very own golf cart. And then there are those enthusiasts where even owning a cart is not enough, those who may spend a lot of time and money on “modding” their carts, players who would never ever want to get around the greens with a vanilla cart like anyone else.
I have to admit, golf cart modifications and upgrades can be a great hobby. It can be a lot of fun to get around the course in a cart that may be a miniature Hummer H2, a Rolls Royce or even a Space Shuttle.
I heard from some of those enthusiasts who are very into golf cart modifications that getting the right golf cart parts for their creations is not exactly easy.
Obviously it’s not a big deal today if you need spares for your EZGO or Club Car, but once you have a custom golf cart even getting something as simple as a tyre or various other golf cart accessories can become a problem.
I was told that the best way to get those golf cart parts is to search around on related forums and websites where others might share where they got their parts from. There you may find the occasional list of websites and other places where such spare parts for custom golf carts can be ordered.
As for myself, while I can see the joy it could have designing your very own golf cart I personally keep it simple. I am pretty happy with my Club Car. It doesn’t look extraordinary in any way but it gets the job done for me and I still enjoy my game.