Golf At Goodwood, one of England’s most distinctive and unique sporting venues, has unveiled the second generation of its iconic Woody golf buggy.
The idiosyncratic ‘Woody 2, is modelled on the Brakenvan, a 1934 design by Lord March’s grandfather, the ninth Duke of Richmond. The resulting appearance of the Woody 2 is far from your standard club car buggy, it is an elegant and innovative vehicle that sets Golf At Goodwood apart from other well-established golf clubs.
More spacious and luxurious than its predecessor, the interior of the Woody 2 features increased headroom and vibrant 1930s-style seat covers that transform the journey around Goodwood’s spectacular golf courses. The redefined, vintage-inspired exterior, is finished with a mohair roof, the same as used in the Jaguar e-type convertible
A cool box encapsulated inside an alluring basket, made from the finest Somerset willow, will chill your champagne throughout your round and two USB ports are available to keep golfers connected on the go.
General Manager for Golf At Goodwood, Stuart Gillett, commented, “Having long been a pioneer in international motor sport and horse racing, Goodwood can now boast a genuinely ground-breaking golf course.
“Golf At Goodwood has always been about providing a unique experience and redefining the way the game is played and the endearing Woody 2 only enhances its reputation as an imaginative and spectacular golf course.”
Golf At Goodwood www.goodwood.com/golf
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