Thursday, June 9, 2016

Beverage Cart


Some of the local golf courses provide beverage cart services. A young woman (usually very attractive) drives around the golf course selling beer and soft drinks, sandwiches and crackers, etc., out of a golf cart that has been converted for that purpose.

Florida golfers are especially grateful to see a beverage cart on our beastly hot summer days!  One problem, though: sometimes the beverage cart driver doesn't get to work on time and the first we see of her is when we're finishing up our round on the 18th hole. :)

12 comments:

Stefan Jansson said...

I don't think we have that here. But it is usually a bit hotter in Florida I guess.

William Kendall said...

I can see that coming in handy.

Lois said...

I have seen these carts before. You would think they would want to show up as early as possible so they could make more money! Thank you so much for your nice comments on my pictures this week. I really appreciate it. I took a break today, but will be back tomorrow with another post.

Kay said...

That sounds convenient.

magiceye said...

Nobody wants to replace her for not being punctual? ;)

Linda said...

What an awesome concept! Lovely photo, Lowell. :)

bill burke said...

Delivery service right to your hole. Can't beat that!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

I'll have tea with lime, please.

Janis

Small City Scenes said...

How handy. You'd think she would show up early to get you all rolling before the 18th.
MB

RedPat said...

I had no idea they did that on a golf course!

Sharon Anck said...

I do know that the beverage cart is a pretty big deal when it comes to golf tournaments. Of course, it really wasn't necessary because all the sponsors had food and beverage at every hole.

Kate said...

Perhaps she is nipping a bit which creates a delay. Can't imagine why she wouldn't be prompt for the opportunity to serve golfers with the likes of you!!

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