After a record breaking Ryder Cup at the world-famous Gleneagles Hotel, MTS have continued to grow the Club Car golf and utility brand all over Scotland.
In the relatively short time since MTS Group expanded across the border, they have been inundated with requests to supply golf and utility vehicles the length and breadth of Scotland. From such iconic courses as Royal Dornoch in the North to the Roxburgh in the borders and from Muirfield on the East coast to the Isle of Arran on the west, along with all points in between.
MTS Group believe their brand offerings of both golf and utility vehicles for daily, weekly, monthly and long term hire, is appreciated within the golf industry; along with next day service and support and a full sales offering of the leading brand in golf vehicles (both electric and petrol), all of which can be seen at their modern facility in Cumbernauld.
MTS Group work with a range of clubs, from individual courses who take as little as two cars, to the largest national hotel/golf resorts who will take up to 100 cars per year. For all they offer exactly the same dedicated service and support, in order to help the club achieve good cash flow and improved profitability.
At present the golf industry faces many challenges which include, slow play, ageing members and a need for additional revenue streams. Many clubs are now realising the potential of using golf buggies to supplement their income, as well as giving members a longer playing life. MTS is well placed to assist all sizes of clubs to experience this opportunity. They specialise in offering short term trials to identify the potential for clubs, without them having to sign up to a long term contract.
With the latest investment by Club Car in a complete revamp of their Carryall range, MTS are confident they will have similar success within the utility vehicle market. The exposure of over 500 vehicles having been successfully used during the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles has opened up opportunities to provide both hire and sales to the golf market in Scotland.
Andrew Donnelly, the manager responsible for MTS Group Scotland, explains “We have managed to grow our business in Scotland at such a pace because of the service we offer, we always aim to go that extra mile with clients. Many companies supply golf buggies and utility vehicles in Scotland, but it is the service and support which we are offering, that has made so many choose MTS.”
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