December 16, 2018
The Shade Tee golfers personal sun shade to become generally available on January 31, 2019.
November 24, 2018
CartSkinz Golf Cart Steering wheel covers earn Amazon's Choice designation
March 10, 2018
Anderson Golf Introduces Color CartSkinz collection at the 2018 Villages Golf Festival.
July 09, 2017
The Original CartSkinz celebrates it's 1st Birthday. Installed on July 6, 2016, the original CartSkinz has logged over 30,000 miles / 850 hours drive time on an Anderson Golf vehicle equating to approximately 200 golf rounds. It was machine washed quarterly. It still looks great and shows negligible signs of wear. We are very pleased with the durability exhibited by CartSkinz and expect them to last for years !
June 27, 2017
Golf Cart Steering wheel covers have only recently started to become a main stream golf product. The reason for that is to date, golf cart steering wheel cover manufacturers have mainly targeted private cart owners with products that do not lend themselves to ease of use, portability, sustanability and marketability. Leather is a great example of this.
June 22, 2017
After much trial and error, the fully functional, telescopic pole version of the Shade Tee is ready for prime time. Production has begun and the first official Shade Tees Telescopic will be generally available July 31st, 2017. We obviously had hoped to have these out before summer started, but felt it necessary to delay until the product was 100% ready. Thanks for your patience.
May 05, 2017
Cartskinz go international with the addition of The Club De Golf Al Canada in Mallorca Spain ! Thanks to Kristoff and team at the Club De Golf Al Canada for selecting Cartskinz as a value add service to their Guests and to promote their outstanding facility.
April 19, 2017
Since the Cartskinz launch on January 27, 2017 at the PGA Show in Orlando Florida, we have heard many say that Cartskinz are the "Perfect golf cart steering wheel cover". When we examine further why this is, we find the reason for this to be a fundamental design philosophy shift where Cartskinz focus on the golfer, rather than the private cart owner.