"GOLF CARTING IN THE VILLAGES"
- GOLF CAR OPTIONS MAGAZINE
October 2021 | "Bob Ziarko, who worked at General Motors for 37 years, says he got the idea for a Corvette cart after seeing the Shriners drive a red one around Disney World. It took him several years to find the one he wanted: a convertible in the sports car's signature yellow, with chrome wheels and tailpipes. He paid $11,000 for it in 2018. When he got it to his home at the Villages, the sprawling golf community in central Florida, a fellow resident offered him $25,000..." To see the full article, please click here.
"TURN HEADS ON THE FAIRWAY"
- PRIVATE CLUBS MAGAZINE (CLUB CORPS)
June 2018 | "For more than two decades, Streetrod Golf Cars has produced the coolest cars with its retro-inspired Vintage line. This year, it takes a leap into the future with a sleek new collection of custom-made golf cars, named LUX, that will have you feeling like a high roller — on or off the fairway. Streetrod manufactures each fiberglass car to your specifications at its factory in Montezuma, Iowa...All the choices aside, it’s what comes..." To see the full article, please click here.
"EDITORS CHOICE - BEST CLUB TRANSPORT: LUXURY"
- GOLF DIGEST
April 3, 2018 | "Second only to the regular tee time, the golf cart is probably the most reliable part of the game. But transporting your clubs now is far more than a choice between electric or gas. [We] want goodies such as USB ports to power up their phones, quality speakers to play music...in addition to the expected standard-issue elements that make up a good golf cart... Our choices in Club Transport check all those boxes and a few others." To see the full article, please click here.
"STREETROD CONTINUES TO IMPRESS WITH THE ALL NEW LUX"
- GOLF CAR OPTIONS MAGAZINE
April 2018 | "For over twenty years, Streetrod has been designing and building the world’s finest golf cars and low speed vehicles. Back in the mid-nineties, Craig Schmidt began manufacturing the first cars in a small garage in Iowa. In no time, his elite team of artisans had developed a unique product of high quality and value with worldwide recognition. Streetrod’s commitment to unique product development and growth in the industry..." To see the full article, please click here.
"FOR THOSE LOOKING FOR A GOLF CAR THAT STANDS OUT, THESE FIT THE BILL."
January 29, 2018 | "It probably shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that Streetrod opened a corporate store in The Villages, the sprawling senior community in Florida...The preferred term of manufacturers is golf car, not golf cart, and there’s certainly little question that Streetrods fit that description, with many offerings that..." To see the full article, please click here.
"PGA SHOW: RIDING IN STYLE"
- GLOBAL GOLF POST
January 25, 2018 | "Golf cart manufacturers are always an interesting stop on the PGA Show floor. Here is a look at some of the vehicles on display. Streetrod Golf Cars always draw a lot of lookie-loos with their uniquely designed cars – inside and out. Take a closer look at the Streetrod “Paddy Wagon” beverage cart below. Then take a closer look at..." To see the full article, please click here.
"CUSTOMIZABLE RIDES: GOLF CARTS AT THE SHOW"
- THE GOLF CHANNEL
January 25, 2018 | "Check out the latest customizable luxury golf carts featured at the PGA Merchandise Show." To see the full video, please click here.
"8 SUPER-LUXE ITEMS FROM THE PGA MERCHANDISE SHOW"
January 25, 2018 | "These ultra-cool vintage hot-rod golf cars are available in 12 different body styles." To see the full article, please click here.
"CERTAINLY NOT YOUR AVERAGE GOLF CAR!"
- GOLF CAR ADVISOR MAGAZINE
March 16, 2018 | "Streetrod Golf Cars displayed several of the finest looking hot-rod golf cars with the finest materials and craftsmanship in the industry. Every Streetrod Golf Car is built to order and are built to scale from original vehicles featuring polished stainless steel metal surfaces, marine grade upholstery, hand built fiberglass bodies (not molded plastic), PPG professional automotive finishes, and automobile features. If you want to..." To see the full article, please click here.
"MAGNIFICENT AND COMPLETELY OVER-THE-TOP GOLF CARS"
- SUCCESS SERIES
Febuary 7, 2018 | "Streetrod Golf Cars are known to be: 'The World’s Finest,' 'American Made,' and 'Completely Customizable.' Even the PGA Tour says: "Now this is how you cruise the course in style." Are you bored of your classic golf cart and looking for something new, luxurious or more exciting? Well, look no further. According to PGA Show product info, Streetrod has been manufacturing the 'World’s finest golf cars for over 22 years' and was founded..." To read the full article, please click here.
"THE GOLF CART ISN'T A GOLF CART ANYMORE"
- PRO GOLF NOW
March 2017 | "...Brue & Yin believes that having neighborhood electric vehicles in certain communities allows people to get around while creating reduced emissions when compared to the automobile. Streetrod began in 1995 as the brainchild of Craig Schmidt, who started his company – like many do – in his garage in Montezuma, Iowa, and opened a dealership in the Villages. In 2015..." To read the full article, please click here.
"THE 6 MOST INTERESTING PRODUCTS AT THE PGA MERCHANDISE SHOW"
- THE PGA
January 25, 2017 | "Sure, there are plenty of ways to trick out your golf cart with new gadgets and toys, but this may be one of the best (and most stylish) ways to stand out on the course."
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"LIVE FROM THE PGA MERCHANDISE SHOW: ALL THE NEW ITEMS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT"
January 24, 2017 | "The PGA Merchandise Show is the one time each year where everyone in the golf industry gathers in Orlando to show off all of the new clubs, gadgets and gear for the upcoming season...here's a round-up of some items that have caught..." To read the full article, please click here.
"...MORE TOWNS ARE FALLING IN LOVE WITH GOLF CARTS."
- CITY LAB
September 21, 2015 | "Why drive a cart? Certainly, disposable income, warm weather, and relatively dense settlements are prerequisites. But drivers also say that NEVs allow for old-fashioned urban social interaction. "It’s impossible to deny what fun these little vehicles seem to be," the editorial board of the Greenville News wrote last year, "and how they have served to better connect neighbors in a busy world."" To see the full article, please click here.