February 9, 2016
AT Carryway we are extremely proud to now be the official Club Car Golf and Utility Vehicle suppliers to the world’s most famous and iconic course, the Home of Golf, St Andrews Links. St Andrews Links Trust (SALT) is the oldest club in existence dating back to 1552 and is considered one of the finest links courses in the world. With the addition of the Castle Course opened in 2008 SALT now features a total of 7 public golf courses, however none of which are more famous than the Old Course which is regarded as the oldest course in the existence.
St Andrews was pivotal in the development of how the game of golf is played, performing a major role in setting what we all know as the rules for modern golf. Now in the 21’s century St Andrews is again leading the way with the most technologically advanced fleet of golf vehicles ever to be supplied to a golf club. SALT’s new fleet of vehicles comprises of a range of Club Car Carryall utility vehicles and Precedent golf cars, all of which include Club Cars innovative connected technology Guardian 2. This advanced mobile information technology provides SALT with a host of vehicle management benefits including the ability to track the location of all vehicles around the site. The Guardian 2 system is also able to reduce the speeds or completely stop vehicles entering specific areas, as well as offering instant messaging and live battery diagnostics.
“It is vitally important we maintain our impeccable standards of service for the thousands of golfers who visit the Home of Golf each year and we believe that with the new partnership with Club Car, SALT and all of the golfers that play our courses will benefit from the highest quality of service support,” said Danny Campbell, commercial director SALT.
In addition to St Andrews Links, Carryway are also Club Car suppliers to a number of Scotland’s other iconic venues including the 2014 Ryder Cup Venue The Gleneagles Hotel, The Royal Dornoch, Muirfield, and many more.
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Our guests have high expectations when they come to golf at Gleneagles, and the classic aesthetics and high quality finish on the Club Car vehicles have met their needs perfectly.
The GPS system in particular has been very popular – in addition to providing course information, it even allows golfers to email themselves their score card to review at home.
It is a pleasure to work with Carryway, the service and support they provide has been first class. We originally signed up for 14 brand new buggies for one year to sample working with the company.
We were pleased with the service and the product provided and have since signed up for the next few seasons and hopefully with many more to come after that.
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