Offering the latest in golf technology, The Westin Kierland Resort was the first golf resort in the country to offer the option of using Segways to maneuver around the course.
The Segway uses gyroscopes, tilt sensors, high-speed microprocessors and powerful electric motors performing to keep it balanced within technology called dynamic stabilization. With their low impact on fairways and greens, especially on cart-path-only days, Segway GTs bring relief to golf course superintendents. Play delays on full tee sheet days are also minimized. The devices are much quieter than traditional golf carts and run on emission-free battery power.
Kierland Golf Club custom designed the Segway GT to hold scorecards, tees, golf balls and drinks, and the two-wheeled devices are offered to guests as an upgrade to Golf Club's air-conditioned golf cart. Segway can be reserved for use when booking tee times.