Driving fun on the highways and fairways

Golf professional Stuart Robertson receives the keys for his new RCZ from Gavin Oliver, sales manage

Golf professional Stuart Robertson receives the keys for his new RCZ from Gavin Oliver, sales manager at John Grose Peugeot at Ipswich. - Credit: supplied

Stuart Robertson, head PGA golf professional at the Doctorgolf Academy at Ufford Park, Woodbridge, and Suffolk county under-12s head coach, has received his new Peugeot RCZ GT Sports Coupé from John Grose at Ipswich.

Previously the proud owner of a Ford S-Max, Stuart found that he no longer needed a large family car since his eldest son passed his driving test.

Since owning the Peugeot RCZ, Stuart is enjoying the attention it receives and has been really impressed with its performance and fuel economy.

“The 2.0HDi diesel engine is fast enough to put a smile on your face while the six-speed gearbox makes it really quiet on the motorways,” he said.

The Peugeot RCZ has been awarded its fourth successive best sports car accolade in Diesel Car magazine’s 2013 car of the year awards beating off strong opposition from the Mercedes-Benz SLK and others to retain this title.

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Stuart has found the RCZ ride very comfortable and he has been surprised by the good all-round visibility. However, the main selling point for Stuart, and what other Ufford Park club members have been amazed at, is how much room there is in the boot, plus with the rear seat laid down there is plenty of room for two professional bags of golf clubs and trolleys.

If you would like to find out how the Doctorgolf Academy could improve your drive on the fairways contact Stuart on 01394 383480 or email mail@doctorgolf.co.uk. If you would like to see how the RCZ could improve your drive on the highways contact the sales team at John Grose Peugeot on 01473 242242 or email peugeot@johngrose.co.uk

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