Years back an entrepreneurial young gal sewed a few pretty seat covers to fit on golf carts. She was at the PGA Merchandise Show trying to figure out how to make a go of the business and very fearful that someone might steal her idea. Now who knows where she is but there are limitless options when you search online for golf cart seat covers.
Classic Accessories delivers a Fairway Golf Cart Seat Blanket in Scottish tartan and other colors and prints on Amazon, the world’s largest marketplace. Specialty websites abound as partners on the Amazon site and on their unique URLs, such as
Seat Covers Unlimited. The unlimited refers to selection of materials and patterns. They boast of hard to fit styles for several models of EZ GO, Club Car and Yamaha brands to “keep your seats cool on hot and sticky days.” “Feel the burn” should be a term for exercise only, not your bum. While seat cooling might still be necessary in Arizona or the south, northern exposures might freeze the fanny on cooler mornings. Check out Buggies Unlimited for shaggy sheepskin or sunbrella stripes to warm or cool the golf cart seat.
Golf-Chic-Bags for ladies are featured online at Lori’s Golf Shoppe. The turquoise quilt with green trim seat cover is currently out of stock but the Leopard print is available and very popular. This is a simple design that lies on the seat and connects under the side arms, retailing for $69.99. Cart Logic styles are more fitted, made of fleece or cozy microfiber to warm your fanny in the fall.
Of course you could sew your own seat cover with any choice of fabric. Can’t sew? Check out Etsy where crafty gals will personalize a seat cover for you. Some Florida women’s leagues are spinning from the range to the tee box like a golf cart fashion show. Golf Cart Style, based in Arnold Palmer’s neck of the woods – Latrobe, Pennsylvania has many $40 options on Etsy ready to ship.
Why stop at the seat cover when decorating a cart? Match the top cart cover and for special occasions, bring some balloons, streamers, a personalized banner perhaps, just to keep golf fun.