Lough Erne Resort has added 20 new environmentally-friendly EZ-GO golf carts to its existing fleet to cope with increased customer demand for its two championship golf courses.
The new carts brings the total buggy fleet at the Northern Ireland resort to 55, one of the largest fleets at a golf facility in all of Ireland.
Barry McCauley, Golf Operations Manager at Lough Erne Resort, believes the investment is further evidence of the resort’s commitment to improving its golf facilities, commenting: “We are very pleased to be able to make this announcement as we continue to grow the already respected golfing stature of Lough Erne Resort. With over 600 acres of golf courses spread across 36 holes, our experienced golf team will ensure that we have a strong buggy fleet available to cover both golf courses for our members and visitors.”
The new EZ-GO golf carts are up to 60% lighter than previous models, and the batteries charge much faster and can cover up to 36 holes without needing a recharge.
Lough Erne has recently been announced as the host venue for the 2022 PGA EuroPro Tour Finale, which will be played over the resort’s Faldo course between October 19-21. Following the conclusion of the season-ending event, five PGA EuroPro Tour members will progress to the next step and earn their Challenge Tour card.