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Chart Hills moves into top gear

3.11pm 11th August 2015 - Course Development

From left: Head Professional Nick Olson and service attendants Ken Jones, Kevin Cannon and Ray Gibson
From left: Head Professional Nick Olson and service attendants Ken Jones, Kevin Cannon and Ray Gibson

Chart Hills Golf Club has moved into top gear with the Kent club having improved its extensive golfing facilities further with the addition of a new fleet of Club Car golf buggies.

With increased green fees and renewed focus on its customer service in 2015, the top 100 course in Biddenden, Kent, has taken delivery of 14 Club Car Precedent i2 buggies.

Club Car’s fleet of Precedent buggies has won a series of industry accolades since the first model was launched. Featuring the Excel™ Electric Drive System, the most advanced electric platform the company has ever built, the Precedent i2 continues to raise the bar in performance, protection, and styling.

James Cornish, Chart Hills Golf Club’s director of golf, said: “We are investing heavily on our golf course and green keeping machinery, and are looking to set the standard in golf course conditioning in the South East. All the hard work is paying off and we have presented a faultless golf course this season, the new fleet of buggies will be the ‘cherry on top’ for our members and visitors.”

Stephen Turner, Director of Golf at Bradshaw, commented: “We are delighted to have supplied 14 new Club Car golf buggies to Chart Hills Golf Club, we have a longstanding relationship with the club and are pleased to continue this. At Bradshaw we always strive to offer the best service possible and with the Club Car vehicles we supply this makes for a great combination to ensure that a fleet is operational, not only for its golfers but for the club to achieve the revenue required from the buggies.

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