a small, battery-powered, three- or four-wheel vehicle used for transporting one or two golfers and their equipment around a golf course.
a small motorized vehicle for transporting golfers and their equipment round a golf course
a two-wheeled trolley with a long handle used for carrying golf clubs
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Once ashore, you can explore the island easily by foot or via a rented bike or golf cart.
Anyone who has ridden in a golf cart has experienced it.
We are talking about a luxury sports car, with real driving characteristics, not a golf cart.
Residents take enormous pride in their golf cart rides, many of which are electric.
And if you're really in a hurry, you can grab an electric golf cart.
He rode in a golf cart through an underground tunnel from the dugout to a little section near the right-center-field bleachers.
It is designed to attach to the back of a golf cart.
The island is renowned for its beaches, golf cart transportation and handful of quaint places to stay.
The package includes accommodation, daily unlimited golf on either course, and a golf cart.
He makes the trip to the set, as usual, in a golf cart.
Golf and accommodation packages include breakfast at the hotel cafe, a round of golf at the chosen course and golf cart use.
He sat in a golf cart and appeared bloated from medications.
Guests have use of a golf cart and a personal concierge.
The golf package includes transportation, greens fees and use of a golf cart.
Reach the island by boat and get around by bike or golf cart.
The hotel provides golf cart rentals for those wanting to get around the area.
Live entertainment, free coffee and golf cart rentals are a few more of its perks.
The island is small enough to walk around, and golf cart and bicycle rentals are available.
And the golf cart or all terrain vehicle could also be the towed and impounded.