Rolls-Royce Wannabe Golf Cart

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Golf is a noble sport defined (in the rules of golf) as “playing a ball with a club from the teeing ground into the hole by a stroke or successive strokes in accordance with the Rules.”At the middle of the 20th century, the sport received a motorized assistant, in the form of the golf cart.

This started out in life as a simple electric vehicle, but throughout its history it received gasoline-powered versions and was transformed to serve more than just its original transportation purpose.

However, after hours of scanning official golf rules, we couldn’t find any which stated that a golf cart has to be transformed into a four wheel symbol of the word “kitsch”. But it seems like the guys at Luxury Carts have a different opinion on the matter, as the company has created a golf cart that uses Rolls-Royce Phantom design cues.

We see nothing wrong with building luxurious and maybe even go-fast gold carts (racing them is also welcome), but why copy the design of a brand like Rolls-Royce?

Let’s move on and describe the creature. The cart’s front comes with elements such a Rolls front grille, LED headlamps a Rolls-like bumper. It even has a RR badge and a little Spirit of Ecstasy wannabe on the hood.

The vehicles, which can accommodate six passengers, rides on 15 inch wheels that use a chrome finish and offers features such as leather seats and polished interior finish.

What can we say... this would be a waste of EUR25,000 ($30,600).

P.S. : Want a genuine Rolls-Royce on a golf track? go to Russia - you'll certainly find one that is used for such a purpose!
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