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Club Car in the Driving Seat with Yas Links

7.52am 23rd April 2010 - Corporate - This story was updated on Monday, April 26th, 2010

Club Car at Yas Links

Club Car, recognised industry leaders in golf & utility vehicle efficiency, design and performance has announced the delivery of a fleet of Precedent golf cars to Yas Links, Abu Dhabi.

With its rolling hills and seaside greens, Yas Links was the first links golf course in the Middle East. The championship layout designed by world-renowned course designer Kyle Phillips, most notably known for The Kingsbarn Course at St. Andrews, Scotland, will set a challenge to any golfer. To complement the course, it features a floodlit driving range, a nine-hole par three academy course, and an exceptional 4,000-square-metre clubhouse. The Club Car fleet of 100 Precedents will come into its own enhancing the golfing experience of all who play.

Chris White, General Manager at Yas Links has been delighted with the service received from the team at Club Car. “My experience with Club Car has been of the highest standard. Not only do they provide a market leading product, but they continually support and advise us on how we can maximise the performance of our fleets to achieve the most effective results. The new technology that is continuously being developed provides a host of new benefits to us – Club Car is now far more than just a buggy company.”

Kevin Hart, National Account Manager for Europe, The Middle East & Africa, said: “Club Car is delighted and honoured to be so closely associated with Yas Links Golf Club. The development of Yas Island with the F1 Yas Marina Circuit, the new Ferrari indoor theme park and Yas Links GC is just so impressive. Club Car is proud to be playing a small role in this breathtaking development.”

Club Car www.clubcar.com

Yas Links www.yasisland.ae/GolfCourses_en_gb.html

       

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