The carts are programmed to keep them out of environmentally sensitive areas and other "delicate" areas - this is a links course and highly dependent on preservation of such areas for protection of the course from winter storms and seas. The speed governors on the carts primarily function while going over bridges - people have carelessly driven off the sides of the bridges despite the curbing.
If everyone driving a cart used common sense these controls would not be necessary, but there's always a few who feel they have a free rein to do whatever they please since they've paid a greens fee and ruin it for the other 90+%. The few "cart abusers" are the same ones who don't rake traps even though they are 10' from a rake, don't replace divots and don't repair ball marks on the greens. If there were a way to toss these people off the golf course and refund their greens fee, I'd be in favor of it.
A solution for the complainer is to not take a cart - Crowbush is an excellent walking course; Ricksha pull carts are included in the greens fee.
Crowbush is an excellent and a beautiful course; the management and members like myself are very conscious about preserving this gem.
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