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My overused golfsmith golf cart cover is finially coming to it's end of the line. I'm looking for a better replacement. Anyone have any ideas or recommendations?...Thanks

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I've used a cover made by Classic. They are one of the better quality made covers and have better features.

The door is a single zipper which opens across the top. This makes getting in and out much easier.

They are a snug fit and do not flap like a lame duck landing on a pond like the cheaper brands.

Below is a photo of a cover made for the Club Car.

Club Rat

http://classicaccessories.com/golf-cart-accessories.html

Fairway-Club-Car-Precedent-Golf-Cart-Enclosure-Tan-Cover-Classic-Accessories

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with the different golf carts at different golf courses, it's hard trying to have a "one fits all".....

I love those covers that I played with on Rum Point in Ocean City...they were really rugged ....!

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  • 7 months later...

I found this thread and I thought I would post to let you know that you should shop around before purchasing a cart cover.  A friend of mine turned me onto Formosa covers.  These covers are WAY more durable than Classic Accessories.  Holding them up together, there really is no contest.  Plus the features are much better, i.e. proper bag access, zippers that run the proper direction making it easier to get in and out of the cart, etc.  Not to mention, this cover is WAY less expensive than the corporate version covers...

Give it a chance:

http://www.formosacovers.com/

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