15 November 2011

Top Golf Instructor Teams up with Garia

Garia has entered into a relationship with Hank Haney who will integrate the Garia golf car into his professional and personal life. The Garia will be utilized at several of Haney’s renowned golf schools as well as at his private residence.

”We are truly excited about our new relationship with Hank Haney. Our car has been designed in cooperation with golf professionals, and the fact that Mr. Haney has chosen Garia as his official golf car partner is a testimony to its excellence in terms of quality, luxury and design,” says Garia Sales Director, Mr. Casey Moss.

“The game of golf continues to witness technological advancements, from equipment to course design, and Garia has developed an innovative golf car that incorporates impressive performance and design with luxury features that are as great for use at the course as they are at home,” said Mr. Haney.

About Hank Haney
Hank Haney, who is represented by Octagon, is widely regarded as one of the leading professional golf instructors in the world. Over the course of his distinguished career, Mr. Haney has instructed more than 200 touring professionals across the PGA, LPGA, Champions, European, Japanese, Australian and Asian Tours and his clients have won every major championship in professional, amateur and junior golf. Mr. Haney, who has led more than 40,000 golf lessons around the world during his 35 years of teaching, also serves as the host to one of Golf Channel’s highest-rated original entertainment programs, “The Haney Project.” For more information, visit www.hankhaney.com or follow along on Twitter @HankDHaney

About Garia
As the first manufacturer to bring a luxury version of the golf car to market, challenging the current conventions in terms of quality, luxury and design, Garia has introduced the Garia Golf Car and the street legal Garia LSV. Both models are also available in a 2+2 model with seating capacity for four people. All Garia vehicles are built at the same factory as the Porsche Boxster and Cayman, with a technical layout radically different from conventional golf carts. It is the first of its kind, with superb car-like handling, stability and performance, and unique luxury features such as a refrigerator built into the dashboard and a 45 degree golf bag holder.