Golf Cart Electric Motor

Tired of traditional methods of carting your clubs across the course? Look no further than Big Horn Golfer's curated selection of electric golf carts. Engineered for performance, these carts boast high-quality electric motors that redefine what you can expect from... Read more

Tired of traditional methods of carting your clubs across the course? Look no further than Big Horn Golfer's curated selection of electric golf carts. Engineered for performance, these carts boast high-quality electric motors that redefine what you can expect from a golf cart. Say goodbye to struggling on varying terrains and hello to a smooth, seamless transit from the first hole to the last. Focus less on logistics and more on perfecting your swing.

Transform Your Game with High-Performance Electric Golf Carts

Tired of the hassle of manually pulling or pushing your clubs around the course? Revolutionize your game with our range of electric golf carts, meticulously engineered for performance, reliability, and convenience.

  • Effortless Mobility: Navigate the course with ease, saving your energy for the game.
  • High-Capacity Motors: Experience robust power output that doesn't quit mid-round.
  • Sophisticated Design: Elevate your game and make a statement on the green.

Take your game to the next level by choosing a cart that suits your style, offers unmatched functionality, and provides the reliability you've been seeking. Shop electric golf carts today!

The Role of High-Performance Motors in Electric Golf Carts

Sure, you might have considered various factors such as design, battery life, and additional features when choosing an electric golf cart. But have you ever stopped to consider the heart of your cart—the electric motor?

  • Torque: A powerful motor will ensure you can navigate hills without any lag.
  • Efficiency: High-performance motors are optimized for battery life, ensuring you get more time on the green.

Understanding the importance of a reliable and efficient motor can significantly influence your overall golfing experience. These high-performance motors ensure that your cart can handle any terrain while offering optimal battery life. A premium golf cart conversion kit can do the magic.

What You Need to Know Before Purchasing Your Electric Golf Cart

Before you make the leap into owning an electric golf cart, it's critical to arm yourself with essential knowledge. Educated decisions are, after all, the best ones. Here are some key points to ponder:

  • Budget: Establish your price range. Electric golf carts can vary greatly in cost depending on features and brand.
  • Purpose: Know what you’ll be using the cart for – is it just for the course, or do you plan on using it in your community as well?
  • Terrain: Consider the type of terrain you'll primarily be traversing. Some models specialize in hill-climbing, while others are better suited for flat landscapes.

Understanding these elements can significantly affect your long-term satisfaction with the cart you choose. Whether you're a weekend warrior on the golf course or looking for a multi-purpose vehicle, make sure to align your needs with the cart's capabilities. You can get an electric golf cart conversion kit to enjoy the benefits. 

Key Features to Look for in Your Next Electric Golf Cart

When it comes to selecting an electric golf cart, you want more than just a vehicle to get you from point A to point B. It's about enhancing your game, providing comfort, and maybe even showing off a little bit of your personal style. Here are some key features to keep an eye on:

  • Battery Longevity: Let's face it, nobody wants to be halfway through a course and run out of juice. Look for models that offer extended battery life to make the most of your game. Advanced lithium-ion batteries can offer faster charging and longer life spans.
  • Durability: Your golf cart needs to withstand the elements and the rigors of the course. Opt for models with high-quality materials like aluminum and steel frames. Rust resistance is also a plus.
  • Convenience Features: It's the little things that count. Extra storage compartments, more comfortable seating, and additional features like built-in coolers or USB charging ports can elevate your golfing experience to the next level.

In case you are looking for an electric golf cart kit or electric quad conversion kit for your 4 wheel cart, we have some cool options in store. 

Mastering the Terrain: How Motors Impact Performance

Different golf courses have varying terrains—some hilly, others flat. Your cart's motor plays a significant role in how well you can tackle these terrains.

Flat Terrains: Almost any electric motor can handle flat terrains, but efficiency varies.

Hilly Terrains: For slopes and hills, a more robust motor ensures that you're never stuck mid-hill.

Golf carts are no longer just a luxury but an essential tool that can make or break your game. Ensure you opt for one that suits the terrains you most often find yourself playing on. Buy electric golf push cart conversion kit from Big Horn today!






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Top questions about our Golf Cart Electric Motor collection

Can I push the Club Booster V2 like a normal cart in case the battery dies?

Yes, holding the stop button for 3 seconds or turning off the power to enter “free wheel mode”.

Can you switch the rear wheels from side to side so they wear more evenly?

You can remove the wheel and switch it to the opposite side. Please refer to the manual provided below:

X10 Follow - Owner's Manual Follow - Owner's Manual - web.pdf

Do you know how to use the MGI cart (MGI Zip Navigator) when the battery is dead?

There should be 2 grooves on the shaft of your cart.
You'll need to slide the wheel out to the groove nearest the end of the shaft.
You should be able to press the button to slide the wheel out. This will disengage the wheel from the motor & will make it easier to push
On both wheels

Does the Club Booster V2 work on hills?

One of the biggest reasons we designed the Alphard Club Booster V2 is specifically to help golfers get up and down hills with more ease.  The dual hub motors has more than enough juice to conquer any golf courses.

Does the m7 with gps have a follow feature on the remote?

For the MotocaddyM7 GPS this cart does NOT come with a follow-mode feature. This cart is remote operated.

Does the Zip go in reverse?

Yes, the MGI Zip AT can go in reverse.

Full directional remote control allows for left, right, forward, reverse, and speed control

Does this cart has remote control?

This cart isn't remote-operated. You'll need to operate it using the controls on the handlebar.

Does this work with Bag Boy 3 stationary front wheel push cart?

It definitely works with a stationary wheel.

How long will the battery last on a Club Booster V2 on full charge?

The Club Booster V2 battery is rated for up to 27 holes when new, the actual battery life will depend on temperature, course condition, weight being carried, pushcart type with the front fix or swivel wheel, and the golfing practices, etc., and the battery life will shorten over time accordingly. Most V2 users find that they have about 2 power white lights (roughly 40%) left after finishing a round of 18 holes.

Is the follow mode as reliable as the reviews suggest?

Yes, it is. Our personal experience with the Axglo brand has been awesome & our customers love them. The price point is fantastic for all of the features.

Is there a video that shows the disassembly of the Alphard from the cart for Trunk storage? how to do this, and what each part (looks like" for stowing in my trunk.

Please click the link below to watch the Cart Installation. It's for the Sun Mountain Speed Cart, but the process is exactly the same.

Alphard V2 Electric Golf Push Cart - Cart Installation

Is this remote controlled?

The ct6 is non-remote. It is not remote operated. You must operate this cart from the controls on the handlebar.

The User Manual states: The MGI Zip Navigator All Terrain can only be used with the: MGI 24v 380Wh Lithium battery. Did I get the incorrect battery?

MGI just switched to the 299wh battery, so the user manual has not been updated yet. The 299wh battery still does 36 holes but the only reason it was switched because customers wanted to ship the battery to different States but couldn’t as the 380wh battery was consider hazardous material and you need special paperwork and license for it. MGI has done testing on the battery and it will last 36 holes.

What is the difference between the MGI ZIP Navigator AT vs Nav Non AT?

  • The only really big difference between the AT and Nav is the front wheel assembly. The AT has a wider front wheelbase which is more stable on any course.
  • The rear wheels wear down good but when it is time to replace them it will be the whole rear wheel including rim.

What is the horsepower of the motors?

ForeCaddy is not rated in HP. They're rated by the size of the battery & how many holes you can use it without charging it. 36-54 holes. Depending on the terrain of the course.