Augusta, Georgia, United States: Looking for a versatile, durable, functional and reliable utility transportation vehicle that will effectively and efficiently manage your golf course turf and operations?
Club Car is donating a new Carryall 502 vehicle* to the Environmental Institute for Golf, the philanthropic organisation of Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), and will be auctioned at this week’s Golf Industry Show (GIS) Show.
Proceeds will support environmental efforts, including research, advocacy and education programmes to foster sustainability of the game.
With 60 years of experience in the Golf Industry, Club Car’s Carryall 502 was designed by superintendents for superintendents. The Carryall 502, the next generation turf (gas) vehicle, is fully equipped for productivity with more occupant space and a high visibility dashboard. Built to Carryall 500 standards, the 502 has the power and reliability to tackle any task.
“Club Car is proud to support causes that foster the sustainability of the game,” said Jeff Tyminski, Vice President, Marketing and Product Management at Club Car, an Executive Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
“The Carryall 502 is unique in that we had input from more than 400 golf course superintendents who contributed to the updated design. It’s a great vehicle that allows them to do their best work more efficiently and productively,” he added.
Club Car, a global leader in golf, consumer and utility vehicles and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, will showcase the Carryall 502 at the 2020 GIS Show in Orlando at Club Car’s Booth #3827.
*The winning (auction) bid includes shipping within the Continental United States (excludes Alaska & Hawaii). If being shipped outside of the Continental United States, shipping costs are the responsibility of the winning bidder.