Golf Cart Heaters
Keep You Toasty Warm on Chilly Days

Golf cart heaters not only take the chill out of the air, but can make an enclosed golf car toasty warm.  So whether you like to use your golf cart year round, play golf all winter, or have golf buddies like mine who want a tee time at 7:00 AM, this is an essential golf cart accessory.

mr heater golf cart heater

In order to take advantage of the heat it is important to use this accessory with a your windshield up, your golf cart enclosure sides down and the zippers closed.

club car precedent tan enclosure

Depending on what type of heater you get, they can be placed in the cup holder, by the steering wheel and some are mounted on the golf cart roof. 

coleman golf cart heaters

There are two types of heaters:

1. Propane or

2. Electric

There are benefits and disadvantages to each of them.



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Propane Golf Cart Heaters
No Installation Required

Propane golf cart heaters are the most commonly used heaters for several reasons.

No Installation Required

Propane heaters, such as the Coleman, requires no installation. Simply attach it to the propane cartridge and set it into a cup holder that is specially sized for the heater.  

golf cart heater

Heats Well

It throws out a lot of heat and will quickly warm up any golf cart that's enclosed.  Often I turn mine on, warm up the golf cart and then turn it off or it gets too hot.  The heater that is most often used in golf carts is the Coleman brand and it produces 4000 BTU's of heat. The wind resistant protective screen 

Stability of Heater in the Cup Holder

The main issue, and it's different for every cart make, is for the heater/cartridge to remain secure in the cup holder.  Some heaters come with a golf cart heater cup holder that adapts to securely fit your heater or you can purchase one separately.  Usually if you choose on of your smaller drink holders the unit will fit more securely. 

A safety tip over switch turns off the heater if it tips over.

mr heater golf cart heater

Requires Propane Cartridges 

It is battery ignited and one cartridge operates up to 5.5 hours. Depending on how frequently you use the heater, the cartridge needs to be replaced when it is used up.

Costs Less Initially

These heaters cost less than the electric one

The Mr. Heater puts out great heat but it's not adjustable - it's on or off. It uses a battery operated push button ignition.

Mr Heater golf cart heater connects to a one pound propane cylinder and operates up to 5.5 hours on one tank. 

Go to Amazon to get yours:

Mr. Heater F242010 4,000 BTU Golf Cart Heater

Propane canisters can be purchased at most hardware stores, camping or sporting goods stores, etc.

When using a golf cart heater, it's important to follow safety precautions:

  • Ensure proper ventilation to prevent the build-up of carbon monoxide.
  • Use heaters with safety features like tip-over switches or oxygen depletion sensors.
  • Follow the manufacturer's instructions for installation and use.
  • Keep flammable materials away from the heater.
  • Turn off the heater when not in use or when the golf cart is parked.

 Seat Warmer

If you appreciate the heated seats in your car on a cold morning, you will love this golf cart seat warmer.

There are other ways to keep warm in your golf cart besides using heaters. Combine a seat warmer with an enclosure and you can keep toasty without having to mess with propane or installing a heater.

Warm up your seat before heading out on a chilly morning with Lava Buns. Put it in the microwave and place it on your golf cart seat for a couple of hours of warmth. The best part is that they can be used in the summer as well to keep you cool. 

 No more buying propane cartridges or experience shut off heaters every time you hit a bump. 

Vesture Navy Lava Buns

Warm Seats With a Seat Cover

There are other ways to keep warm on cold days if you don't want to invest in a heater. 

golf cart accessory to keep you warm

In the winter I always use our golf cart seat cover/blanket - it has a warm flannel side that keeps the seat much warmer than sitting on a cold vinyl seat. 

It has been one of the best and most used accessories because in the summer months, I flip it to the other side that has a cool, cotton fabric so I don't sit on a sticky vinyl seat. 

Classic Accessories Fairway Golf Cart Seat Blanket/Cover

Keeping warm with a few golf cart accessories like a golf cart heater, means your golf cart can be used more months out of the year with a more enjoyable, comfortable ride.

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