Bradshaw launch Pink Buggy Campaign

Bradshaw, UK supplier of Club Car golf buggies and utility vehicles, has launched a Pink Buggy Campaign in aid of Breast Cancer Care

The pink Club Car Precedent i2 golf buggy will be delivered free of charge to golf courses in Bradshaw’s region for one week at a time, with golf courses donating 100 per cent of the revenue generated from hiring the buggy.

Bradshaw covers golf courses in Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Essex, Kent, East and West Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire. The buggy has already been out to Redbourn Golf Club, where golfers took up the chance to help support the idea.  Other golf courses already signed up to help raise funds include Rutland County Golf Club, West Malling Golf Club and Cambridge Meridian Golf Club.

Since 1998 Bradshaw have exclusively used Club Car vehicles for reliability and rock solid engineering. As well as the popular Precedent i2 golf buggy, the range includes the Carryall Utility range for all course maintenance jobs, the Villager range of people movers for larger groups and VIP transport, as well as the Transporter range, ideal for transporting both people and equipment.

The Club Car Precedent i2 is the golf car that set the standard for styling and performance – it is the most advanced golf car ever built, with every detail built with the golfer in mind. The Precedent i2 has a spacious bag well, a redesigned interior with more storage space for personal items, together with a monsoon top that channels water away from passengers.

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