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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 125
WORDS BY Adrian Ballantyne abstract c arts REMEMBER your first round of golf in a motorised cart? Of course you do. Popping your cart cherry is an essential rite of passage for every young golfer. The first few times it’s more of a novelty than the game itself, as you jostle for driving rights with your playing partner and test the limits of the cart’s cornering capabilities as soon as you’re out of sight of the clubhouse. Sadly, that initial pleasure is eventually overridden by a desire to enjoy the walk, save the cost of the four-wheeled luxury or simply by the novelty wearing thin. But what if that adolescent sense of awe revisited you now? Would a cart with a top speed of 191km/h do the trick? A group of revheads recently did what we’ve all wished we could do — add a wee bit of grunt so our cart’s speed doesn’t top out on the slightest downslope. But these guys must have missed the memo about golf being a dawdling, relaxed pursuit. They smashed the Guinness World Record for the fastest ever golf cart and, astonishingly, lived to tell the tale. So just how good can a golf cart be? Well here’s five of the greatest golf carts ever to grace a fairway on the following page. Go on, admit it. You want one. OTG SEE THE WORLD RECORD HERE
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