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Golf Cart Seat Covers




Golf cart seat covers are an inexpensive way to add style and function to your golf cart. Seat covers come in a range of materials and styles, just like most golf cart accessories!

Some are soft and gentle to the touch, while others are durable and waterproof. Most seat covers just slip over your existing seat and are good for hiding cracks, tears, and any other blemishes. A lot of them are machine washable so you can simply throw them in the wash and have them looking as good as new.


Whatever your pleasure you can find a good mix of both style and usability in the different types of fabrics and materials outlined below.

Camouflage Seat Covers

Camouflage seat covers are perfect for completing your hunting golf cart ensemble. These seat covers are typically made of heavy duty vinyl or other types of materials that can stand up against water, mud, and the elements.


Custom Golf Cart Seat Covers

There are some companies that will make custom golf cart seat cover for you that can be installed to perfectly fit the make and model of your cart. With customized golf cart seat covers, you can choose the colors and designs that match your custom paint job, decals, and other any other customized aspect of your cart.


Fleece Seat Covers

These are machine washable, warm, and cozy. They often stretch over your seat to create a snug fit due to the elastic hem running around the edges.


Heated Seat Covers

Heated seat covers plug into your golf cart battery and fit onto your bench style seats and come with an on/off switch. Sunbrella (see below) fabric is used due to it's superior quality and weather resistance. So if keeping extra warm during those cold winter days is a priority, then heated seat covers might be just the novelty you need.


Neoprene Seat Covers

Neoprene is the same material that wetsuits are made from. So they are super water resistant and naturally padded for added comfort.


Padded Seat Covers

These seat covers are not for bells and whistles, but they do get the job done. They protect your seat from sun damage and provide better padding than most other types of golf cart seat covers.


Sheepskin Seat Covers

Sheepskin golf cart seat covers are soft and durable. This material stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter.


Sunbrella Seat Covers

Sunbrella material is used if you want the most out of your seat covers. They are famous for creating durable, stain-resistant, and fade resistant materials for awnings, patio furniture, etc... They have a huge stock of different colors, patterns, and styles to choose from.


Two Tone Seat Covers

These are more specialized and expensive than the seat covers that simply slip on. But they are also more durable and make your custom cart look clean and professional. These can be installed yourself but they take a little more time than just throwing them onto your seat, but you'll be happy with the end results.


Tweed Seat Covers

Tweed golf cart seat covers are extremely durable upholstery fabric.


Velour Seat Covers

Velour is a very soft and comfortable fabric. This is another type of seat cover that you can just slip over your original seats and be ready to go.


Vinyl Seat Covers

Vinyl seat covers are highly durable and repel water with ease. The problem is that they become hot and sticky on hot days and cold to the touch on cold days, either of which are not very comfortable. Most golf carts come standard with vinyl seats


Portable Seat Covers

Portable seat covers are inexpensive and convenient. Just carry them in your golf bag and use them to cover the potentially uncomfortable vinyl that seems to be the standard among golf carts.


Note: Some seat covers are made for specific makes and models, so check with your vendor to make sure that you are getting the right size. Others are universal, meaning that they simply slip over most golf cart seats and are ready to go.


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