Big-timing the golf course isn't easy, especially when you consider those dudes always wore jeans, and apparently only had a quarter-tank of gas to make the round trip. But if Birdman did hit the links, he'd definitely drive a cart from Pennwick.
From a father/son team outta Utah, Penn's golf whips are built on fiberglass Club Car chassis but resemble iconic autos, coming complete with touches like working turn signals and hazards, which you should be pretty familiar with after 18 holes. The five current models range from the
Ferrari "Italian sportscar"-inspired F5, with faux hood air intakes, an edgeless windshield, and spoiler; the Bentley Continental-esque Brooklyn complete with signature hood steez, grille, and sunken headlights; and even a '50s-era Ford pickup job rocking iconic fenders and a flatbed made from real cherry wood, clearly not sourced from Tiger. Feel free to get all custom by painting your ride any color imaginable, upgrading to a 6-passenger version, going for a gas engine, leathering the seats/chroming the steering column, or snagging the "stereo package", though no matter how much Blues Traveler you bump, a hook will not bring you back.
They'll even "put almost any image you want" on the body, carpet, and seats, though even if your alligator is just a print, you're Still Fly, because you have an "Italian sportscar" golf cart with a chrome steering column.