A monster success for Club Car in Loch Ness
Club Car, the # 1 golf car manufacturer and recognised industry leaders in golf vehicle efficiency and performance have made their first delivery to Scotland of their industry acclaimed new golf car - The Precedent. Club Car golf cars have become a common sight on courses all over Europe, and Scotland is no exception. Their excellent run of sales in recent months has continued with the sale of 10 Precedent golf cars to Loch Ness Golf Club.
The deal was clinched by Club Car's Scottish dealers, Scotia Golf Cars, who are based in Biggar. Steve MacTaggart of Scotia Golf Cars is a keen supporter of the new Club Car model and he knew straight away that The Precedent would be the ideal buggy for Loch Ness golf course "When I saw Precedent in America at the end of last year, I knew that it would be a big seller in Scotland as it captures the imagination of everyone who drives it. For me there was one ideal place that we could put these buggies in and I am delighted that their first Scottish home will be Loch Ness Golf Course. "
The Precedent represents a totally new design of the golf car from the bottom up and is a big leap forward in the industry. The project to create Precedent was known as 'Cleansheet' during the design phase and is indicative of the process the design team went through starting from scratch rather than simply redesigning older models. As a result, what the Precedent does is set a new benchmark for others to try and reach.
With more and more golfers now choosing to play golf by buggy, Loch Ness believed the Precedent would be a huge step forward from their existing range and would ultimately benefit their golfers. Mike Mackenzie, Managing Director of Fairways, owners of loch Ness Golf Course commented, "When Steve offered us the opportunity to take the new Precedent model we jumped at the chance. Buggies are an important part of golf these days and courses have to be able to offer as many facilities to golfers as possible. These new buggies are a huge step forward from our existing ones and will give our customers a much better golfing experience. We have chosen to use electric buggies this time as it will cut down on noise pollution and emissions as well as being much easier for golfers to operate."