Club Car Golf Carts & EZGO Golf Carts: A Comparison

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Two Club Car Golf Carts on a golf course

Choosing the proper golf cart for your course is, in fact, a weighty decision! After all, it’s through your carts that your guests have the opportunity to experience your course. And even beyond the course, golf cars serve extremely valuable roles as utility vehicles and personal transportation vehicles. Today we’ll be comparing Club Car golf carts and EZGO golf carts to see which golf cart manufacturer best fits your needs!

A Brief Overview of Club Car

Let’s start with Club Car. Club Car is an industry leader, offering a diverse range of products from utility vehicles, to personal transportation vehicles, to golf course fleets. Since the company opened its doors in 1958, Club Car has hung its hat on creating and developing top-of-the-line, quality carts for use across multiple industries and functions. Currently innovating within the electric golf cart sphere, its lithium-powered drivetrains provide an efficient and clean power source regardless of vehicle type.

A Brief Overview of EZGO

EZGO, another leading name in the golf cart industry, has been manufacturing golf carts since 1954. Like Club Car, EZGO also manufactures fleet golf cars for courses as well as personal transportation vehicles. EZGO has built its reputation on manufacturing economical carts for both fleets and personal use.

Electric vs. Gas-Powered Options

A Club Car Tempo sits on a golf course

Club Car’s Electric Lineup

Club Car boasts an extensive lineup of electric golf carts as a chief innovator in the field of electric carts. With a strong lithium-ion battery, electric club car golf carts offer a clean power source paired with legendary Club Car quality.

  • Villager
  • CRU
  • Onward
  • Tempo
  • Transporter
  • Urban
  • Carryall series

  • RXV
  • Freedom
  • Liberty
  • Express Series
  • Freedom RXV

EZGO’s Electric Options

EZGO, too, has been developing clean drive trains powered by Samsung LDI technology, the EZGO ELiTE comes available both for golf fleets and personal transportation vehicles.

A Club Car Tempo sits on a fairway at a Golf Course

Gas-Powered Offerings from Club Car

While electric carts are valuable tools, there’s still a place for gas-powered golf cars. Club Car has been manufacturing combustion-engine golf carts since the company began manufacturing back in 1962. Whether you’re driving an Onward lifted 4 passenger in the mountains or a Villager around college campuses, you can rely on gas-powered golf carts manufactured by Club Car.

List of Gas-Powered Club Cart Golf Carts

  • Villager
  • Onward
  • Tempo
  • Transporter
  • Urban
  • Carryall series
Carryall Club Car Golf Carts

Gas-Powered Offerings from EZGO

Like Club Car, EZGO has been developing gas-powered carts since the company began manufacturing. These carts are designed to perform on both golf courses and as low-speed vehicles.


  • RXV
  • Freedom RXV
A Club Car with Li-Ion technology sits in a warehouse.

Club Car vs. EZGO – In a Nutshell

Club Car and EZGO are both designed with operators in mind, but at the same time are designed differently. For instance, EZGO carts are known primarily as affordable and rugged and are relatively inexpensive to upgrade. Club Cart is known as a premium cart that offers turnkey operations. While this may come with a higher initial investment, the trade-off is a cart designed to be comfortable and capable from the second it arrives on your course.

A Club Car golf cart on a course

Turf Star Western

Turf Star Western proudly sells Club Car to the West Coast (Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, and Nevada). Reach out to us if you’re interested in scheduling a demo or learning more! If you’re looking for low-speed vehicles, Club Car has you covered as well! Follow this link to learn more about Club Car LSVs.

Live outside the West Coast? You can follow this link to Club Car’s website!

We are proud to provide amazing equipment to the West Coast and are proud to have Club Car as one of our manufacturing partners. 

Visit our website at www.turfstar.com to learn more about Turf Star Western.