Luxury on the Links

Golf carts were conceived as simple, functional machines that would ferry players around courses that often stretched for three or four sinuous miles. Now, however, more and more linksters prefer to ride in style. Japan's Yamaha, which is becoming the deluxe class of fairway transport, has just introduced the fanciest, priciest cart ever to cruise past a clubhouse. Called the Sun Classic, this "golf car," as Yamaha refers to it, sells for $4,230 and comes with tinted windshield, headlights with high beams, self-canceling turn signals, brake and tail lights, adjustable seats and chrome wheels with < whitewall tires. Such options as...

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