Golf At Goodwood has unveiled the second generation of its Woody golf buggy. The ‘Woody 2’ is modelled on the Brakenvan, a 1934 design by Lord March’s grandfather, the ninth Duke of Richmond. The resulting appearance of the Woody 2 is far from your standard golf cart, setting Golf At Goodwood apart from other well-established golf clubs.
More spacious and luxurious than its predecessor, the interior of the Woody 2 features increased headroom and vibrant 1930s-style seat covers that transform the journey around Goodwood’s golf courses. The redefined, vintage-inspired exterior is finished with a mohair roof, the same as used in the Jaguar e-type convertible. A cool box inside a basket, made from Somerset willow, can keep champagne chilled during a round of golf and two USB ports are available to keep golfers connected on the go.
General manager for Golf At Goodwood, Stuart Gillett commented, “Having long been a pioneer in international motor sport and horse racing, Goodwood can now boast a genuinely ground-breaking golf course. Golf At Goodwood has always been about providing a unique experience and redefining the way the game is played and the endearing Woody 2 only enhances its reputation as an imaginative and spectacular golf course.”