The GSC is gentler on the course, quieter than a traditional golf cart, more decadently decked out than most cars, and oh-so-easy-to-drive. And did we mention, it’s super fun?
Despite only being officially launched at the PGA’s 2014 Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida in January, golfers and clubs around the globe have been clamouring to get their feet on the totally unique GSC ever since the first prototypes were released and word quickly spread.
Brothers and co-directors Matt and Dan Quinn from the Gold Coast Australia, worked together alongside their father Tom to design the GSC.
“You literally feel like you’re surfing the turf,” says Matt.
“The GSC adds a new dimension to the game of golf, where the mode of transport becomes part of the joy of the game as you glide to your ball. The GSC is great for people who are time-poor as they can get in a game faster helping to attract a fresher younger set of players with the added benefit of extra revenue for the course.”
Time efficient charging compared to traditional golf carts and “Green”, the GSC is engineered to carry a single player, plus a 20 kilogram, 10-inch (25cm) diameter pro-golf bag for up to two rounds of 18 holes on a grassy surface (or 50 kilometres on concrete pathways) before it needs charging. Then, it simply plugs in and charges like a mobile phone.