The Carolina's Premier Golf Car Dealership
Golf Cart Store: Golf Cart Sales, Golf Cart Repair, Custom Golf Carts, Golf Cart Rentals
The golf cart of your dreams could become a reality with the help of the specialists at Carolina Golf Cars. Our team of designers can put together the custom golf cart you have always wanted. We can take care of that process from beginning to end, giving you exactly what you want. We will even deliver your finished cart directly to you. There are also plenty of new and used golf carts for sale for customers not looking for any kind of customization. Our inventor includes Yamaha golf carts, Club Car, and E-Z-GO for street legal use or 4×4 utility and recreational purposes.
Carolina Golf Cars is more than just a golf cart store as we also offer golf cart repair at affordable prices. Customers can browse our showroom in person or online. We also have a team of sales associates ready to speak with you about your individual golf cart needs. Dealing with most golf cart manufacturers is not always a personal process. At Carolina Golf Cars, we’ve made it our business to take a one-on-one approach with every customer. That means you not only get a quality product, but a quality team working for you. We are also very active in the community and sponsor numerous charities as we believe it is important to give back and help those who are less fortunate.
“To design, build, and deliver cars that meet our customers’ needs and exceed their expectations.” That’s our philosophy at Carolina Golf Cars. Our company was chartered in 1982 for the express purpose of buying, selling, and remanufacturing all types of golf cars, utility vehicles, and personnel carriers. Since that time we have grown to provide parts, service, rentals and fleet transportation. We specialize in building and delivering the cars that meet the individual needs of each customer.
Golf Cart Etiquette
When playing on a course, there is an expected level of golf cart etiquette that goes beyond not driving like a maniac. Always remember to stay behind other golfers. Wet turf is also a problem area as it can cause carts to get stuck, or cause the turf to tear when being driven over. Try to avoid these wet spots. Some courses have a 90-degree rule which permits golfers to drive out onto the grass to retrieve their ball. However, golfers are expected to turn onto the grass at a 90-degree angle when they locate their ball and are not expected to just cruise up the fairway