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Fat Tire Personal Electric Golf Scooter

Have fun getting around the golf course with the Fat Tire Personal Electric Golf Scooter. Offering an alternative to traditional golf carts, this golf scooter makes it quicker to move around the green. In fact, it increases the speed of play since each golfer can go after their ball, enabling more rounds per day. Unlike regular golf carts, this golf scooter provides a single-rider option. Featuring a unique design, the scooter is suitable for players of all ages and is easy for anyone to ride. Weighing just 170 pounds, the Fat Tire scooter reduces wear on courses compared to regular golf carts. In addition, it comes with an easy-up kickstand that uses large, flat plates to stop it from sinking into the grass. This feature also prevents turf damage while keeping the scooter stable when it is not in use.

Fat Tire Personal Electric Golf Scooter
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9.7/10
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Mark Myerson
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Run Time
Approx. 36 Holes
Max Capacity
350lbs
Charging Time
6-8 Hours
Wheel Base
52 Inches
Dimensions
72 x 30 x 46 Inches
Weight
165lbs
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