Garia golf cart goes street legal

Built at the same factory as the Porsche Boxster and Cayman and with luxury features such as a super-car inspired steering wheel, a built-in refrigerator and hand-stitched seats, The Garia Golf Car is the ultimate machine in its class.

Now, The Garia LSV*, a street legal version of The Garia, lets you drive directly from the golf course to the streets. Fitted with street legal safety equipment such as seatbelts, side mirrors and reflectors, The Garia LSV will take you straight from your home to the golf course, tennis club, grocery store or your favorite café.

With a 25 mph top speed, The Garia LSV features a double wishbone front suspension, automotive style shocks and springs and a unique digital instrument cluster with all relevant driver information.

Superb handling and stability, extra storage space and a comfortable car-like driving position simply makes The Garia LSV ideal for your short, daily commutes.

The Garia LSV features a drive train built by an Italian company that also produces Ducati gearboxes, and its components are made by the same company that supplies Aston Martin, Jaguar, and Volvo.

With automotive features unseen in the golf cart industry The Garia LSV has – as the first golf cart ever – entered the automotive league and earned its right to be called a car as opposed to a cart.


Tiger lets a lead slip away

THOUSAND OAKS, CA - DECEMBER 4: Tiger Woods hits from a bunker on the fifth hole during round three of the Chevron World Challenge at Sherwood Country Club on December 4, 2010 in Thousand Oaks, California. (Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

Tiger Woods has had a rough year in 2010, but his play in the Chevron World Challenge at Sherwood Country Club showed everyone that he’s on his way back.

That said, Tiger found a way to blow a big lead on the final day.

Graeme McDowell was “ecstatic” today after capping his most incredible golfing year with a dramatic play-off win over Tiger Woods in the Chevron World Challenge in California.

“2010 has been the stuff of dreams,” McDowell admitted after his stunning $1.2 million victory, worth £765,000, in Woods’ own tournament.

“Playing one of the greatest golfers who has ever played and to beat him like this I’m just ecstatic,” McDowell added.

It looks like Tiger will have a serious rival for the foreseeable future as well.


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