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A small motorized vehicle for golfers and their equipment.
- ‘Moments after stealing a golf cart and arriving at the first tee, I formulated my strategy.’
- ‘As usual, the entry fee for the tournament was $100, which included 18 holes of golf, dinner, a golf cart and many prizes.’
- ‘Professional golfer Casey Martin uses a golf cart on tour because of a disability - circulatory disability in his leg, and the Supreme Court, seven to two, said today, he can keep on playing with the cart.’
- ‘‘It doesn't bear any relationship to a normal motorcar at all,’ he says, adding that the vehicle is shorter than a golf cart.’
- ‘Let your kid ride along in the golf cart while you play.’
- ‘The release goes on to say of the vehicles, ‘They resemble golf carts more than automobiles.’’
- ‘The gardens surrounding the manor house, which are open to the public, are meticulously maintained and in recent years, when walking proved difficult, King acquired a motorised golf cart to get around the gardens.’
- ‘The bottom line for golfers: Lose the golf cart and start hoofing it.’
- ‘When he noticed his ball went into the natural preserve area, he turned his golf cart to block him as he took a ball out of his pocket, looked over at his partners to make sure they weren't watching, and rolled the new ball into the rough.’
- ‘Apart from the low hum of a golf cart trundling past putting greens in the distant hills, the ‘city’ of Laguna Woods is eerily quiet.’
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