Golf At Goodwood reveals redefined Woody 2 buggy

The buggy is modelled on the 1934 Brakenvan design.

The Woody 2 Golf Buddy. Credit: Golf At Goodwood

The buggy is modelled on the 1934 Brakenvan design.

Golf At Goodwood have revealed the second generation of its memorable Woody golf buggy.

The buggy is unlike any other and is modelled on the Brakenvan, designed in 1934 by the ninth Duke of Richmond.

There are 1930s style seat covers and increased headroom in the new model.

A mohair roof, the same used on Jaguar e-type convertibles, finishes the redefined exterior.

Players can make use of a cool box contained inside a basket made from Somerset willow, perfect for golfers who require refreshments during their 18 holes.

There are many ways to keep the modern golfer satisfied and the inclusion of two USB ports to keep players connected during  their round is another key addition.

The new Woody 2 golf buggy. Credit: Golf At Goodwood

The new Woody 2 golf buggy. Credit: Golf At Goodwood

Stuart Gillett, General Manager for Golf At Goodwood, said: "Having long been a pioneer in international motor sport and horse racing, Goodwood can now boast a genuinely ground-breaking golf course."

"Golf At Goodwood has always been about providing a unique experience and redefining the way the game is played and the endearing Woody 2 only enhances its reputation as an imaginative and spectacular golf course."

There are two courses at Golf At Goodwood, giving players the opportunity to play both parkland and downland courses.

The first ever round played at the course was 114 years ago when it was opened by the sixth Duke of Richmond. King Edward VII and King George VI are among some of the most notable players to have graced the course.

Will Medlock graduated from UEA with a degree in Film and Television before completing a Masters in Sports Journalism at St Mary's in London. Will has had work published by The Independent and the Rugby Paper.