Sports cars are great compensation for a short unit -- unfortunately, you can't drive them out on the golf course to compensate for your horrible short-game. Until now: Bad-Ass Golf Carts.
BAG is the Vegas-based manufacturer of souped-up fairway assault vehicles: golf carts modded to resemble Escalades, '50s roadsters, stretch limos, 14-passenger shuttle buses, Hummers, even low-riders (ain't nothing but a tee thang -- sorry, had to be said). Each cart's built from the ground up, with complete performance customization available: jacked-up struts, gas-powered shocks and lift kits, all-terrain tires, and extra voltage/horsepower to achieve speeds up to 45mph, allowing you to prove up the maxim, "if they can't catch you, it's not cheating". Pimping options include fire-spitting paint jobs, 20-inch rims, leather seats, satellite stereo, air conditioning, air bags, plasmas, Xboxes/Playstations, projection video systems, strobe lights, and "True Heart Thumpin Bass systems" -- because while "Any Way You Want It" was good enough for Rodney Dangerfield, the modern obnoxious golfer requires "Everlasting Bass".
Bad Ass's rides can be delivered anywhere in the US (financing available), and are also rentable in Vegas, both for golf and, in the case of the offroad styles, taking out to the desert for dune-buggy action -- where your cart's roll bars will compensate for your inability to keep it on its wheels.