The ubiquitous golf cart- a vehicle you will find everywhere from the fairway to the factory floor, and from a driving range near your home to the deck of an aircraft carrier at sea. These useful little vehicles are not just for duffers anymore. Businesses, industries, and residential areas also play host to these humble runabouts, and golf carts are called upon for tasks that range from the practical to the professional to just plain fun. Golf cart accessories are available for all these applications as well.
With such a wide variety of applications, there are also a wide variety of golf cart accessories with which to customize a single cart or an entire fleet to suit your specific needs. There are cargo beds for industrial applications, file cabinet compartments for office use, off-road tires for farm and outdoor work, and "jump seats" for passenger service. At the other end of the spectrum, there are golf cart accessories to personalize your individual golf cart however you desire. Everything from Rolls Royce-styled grille covers to spinner wheels and chrome trim packages allow you to dress up your golf car as much as you would customize your sports car.
Most golf cart accessories fall in the middle area between these two camps, the purely utilitarian and the fashionably fun and flashy. The reason golf carts are so popular in many applications is because they are practical, dependable and easy to use. Most golf cart accessories are geared in the same direction - practicality, dependability and ease of use.
Storage options abound, such as under seat storage trays and cargo racks that can be fitted to the rear of the golf cart. Passenger comfort accessories are popular as well, such as cup holders, seat covers and propane-powered auxiliary heaters. Golfing accessories are of course very common, including club/ball washers and scorecard holders.
The most common accessory found on golf carts, whether in use for business or recreational purposes, is the windshield. Golf cart windshields are most commonly seen in three different styles: fold-down Plexiglas models, portable vinyl models and full-cart enclosures. While every style serves the same basic purpose - to protect the occupants and their equipment from dirt and weather - each style has applications for which it is most suitable.
The fold-down Plexiglas golf cart windshield is the one most commonly seen on your local links. These all-purpose windshields are easy to install, and are effective for blocking rain and dust out on the course, and are available in clear or tinted models. Portable windshields are also seen on the golf course, but are more commonly used when a windshield is not needed all the time. Made of clear vinyl, they install quickly and roll up for easy storage. Full-cart enclosures include both front and rear vinyl windows, and doors and sides made from heavy-duty canvas or plastic. These are most often used for bad-weather applications.
Whatever your specific needs may be, there are a wealth of golf cart accessories to make your vehicle look and function exactly the way you want.