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99-Boxster-MK 05-10-2005 07:23 PM

Golf Clubs fit :) :)
 
Just excited that I managed to fit my golf bag and clubs in the rear trunk :) I was told that they would not fit, but thought I would try anyways and they fit with room to spare. This would have been my one dislike about the car as I thought I would have to put them into the front seat :)

Mike

Perfectlap 05-10-2005 09:35 PM

I mounted one of these for my Road Bike. the designer installed it on my car and it can be converted to a Golf Club carrier as well.

http://birdautomotive.com/XrackRear-2.jpg

http://birdautomotive.com/GolfSideView-3.jpg

aglsteven 05-10-2005 11:22 PM

Golf clubs in trunk
 
Hi Mike,
Keen to see a picture. I've always grabbed the other car to go and play golf, but if they fit, hey..... Porsche and Golf on the same day. What more could we ask for :D

99-Boxster-MK 05-11-2005 04:40 AM

I will post a picture tonight...

You're right.. Nice drive to the course and a round... life is good :)

Mike

kajita 05-11-2005 11:09 AM

mine fits too!!! just found out last week. :cheers:
but i have a ping hoofer bag, which is pretty small.
and of course i gotta take the driver and the 3 wood out and place it separately.

Lux 05-11-2005 11:20 AM

Clubs fit fine in the Boxster. Just take your woods out and lay them across the back portion of the trunk. The bag (if it's a carry/stand bag) will fit with the irons still in the bag. Still plenty of room for a shoe bag, boxes of balls, etc. If you use one of those giant cart bags then you're probably SOL though as they are usually "round" and not "oval" in shape and will be too thick to fit in the trunk.

Supposedly you can fit 2 sets of clubs/bags by taking out all of the clubs out of the bag and "compressing" the bags.

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UKBXSTR 05-11-2005 01:27 PM

Don't take the woods out in mine.

No problem even with an R7 driver - just put the woodheads behind the right hand rear light cluster and the rest drops in.

Try the other way and it desn't work cos the bottom of the bag fouls on the collant expansion tank

Lux 05-11-2005 09:10 PM

Hmmm. No such luck for me putting the bag in with the woods. 983K with a 45" shaft. :confused: Not to mention tipping in the bag like that makes my irons go flying out.

But that's ok. Taking out the woods is a small price to pay. :D


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rxgolf 05-11-2005 09:54 PM

I don't have to take any of the woods out & I have animal head covers. I use my ping hoofer bag & just angle the top just inside where the coolant tank is. I've been doing this for years. I only take the driver out of the bag if I carry more stuff in the trunk besides my clubs like extra shoes & rain gear.

KRZTACO 05-12-2005 02:40 PM

Golf Bag
 
I have given up, and just throw the bag in the front seat.

KRZ

Scbrindley 05-16-2005 04:09 PM

mine fit
 
Hey guys, I'm new to the forum.
My clubs fit in my trunk no problem. I just take out my woods and the bag fits in pretty well. However, I did have to shop around a little to find a smaller bag. Just be careful with the stand legs on your bag.....mine got snaged once and it came across the rear spoiler....it left a pretty good scratch. That scratch has cost me first place at a show here in Austin. Just some thoughs on the idea.

SB


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