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Benefits of Owning Your Own Golf Cart

If you frequent the golf course, then you should definitely consider investing in your own golf cart. From not having to pay for a rental cart each time you go golfing to being able to use it for leisurely purposes, there are many benefits to be gained if you own your golf cart. Let's take a closer look at a couple of reasons you should buy a golf cart and keep it at your home.

It is worth the investment?

Buying a golf cart can get expensive, especially if you opt to buy a newer model. However, over a period of time your golf cart will likely pay for itself, especially if you are an avid golf player. Every time you play a round of golf you probably spend anywhere from $12 to $25 on a golf cart. If you play 30 rounds a year, that's $360 to $750 spent on a cart. Over the period of five years, you'll be spending thousands upon thousands of dollars. If you invest in a golf cart, though, you pay a one-time fee for owning it yourself. All you have to be out is the cost of maintenance, which tends to be very low -- about $50 to $150 a year.

You can use it off the golf course

One of the best reasons to buy your own golf cart is that you can use it for a variety of purposes. If your home sits down a long driveway with your mailbox being on the highway, you can take a leisurely ride in your golf cart to check the mail. You can also use the cart to haul around small items, such as when moving something from your house to a barn on your farm.

If you are ready to make the investment, call Valley Golf and Outdoor today. Valley Golf and Outdoor is Lewiston, Idaho's only authorized Club Car dealer.

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