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Old 09-03-2008, 10:50 PM
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Does anyone have a Golf bag that fits horizontally in the trunk without taking out the driver?

My JDM Puma stand bag and it barely fits at an angle.

I have a C350 that has the first aid kit on the driver's side and fuse box on the passenger side. Not sure if the C300 trunk is different.

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Golf bags barely fit. I need to have them at an angle. Getting two in is possible, but it's tight.
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its a tight fit with the driver in the bag.

depending on what other crap i have in the car, i usually take the driver out or i end up folding down half of the backseat and laying the bag down vertically.
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It's tight, but just barely fits.
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my bag doesnt fit horozinally with the driver in. I have to take the driver out & lay it across the bag... SUCKS!
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I have a Taylor made cart bag with a Ping G5 driver. It's a tight fit but it goes in slanted and then I pull it straight. The head of the driver rests on the first aid bag . I actually checked this before I bought my C350. An absolute must.
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I find that it depends more on the bag. My smallish bag fits fine while my dad's 'you'd-be-crazy-to-ever-carry-this-thing' bag doesn't even come close. Mines a Mizuno but I don't know the model (also my club shafts have been cut down a bit so that might help).
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I have a TM Burner driver and it MUST be place at angle in the trunk! I can barely fit 2 bags there. It's good that my trunk is pretty clean.
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my bag doesnt fit horozinally with the driver in. I have to take the driver out & lay it across the bag... SUCKS!
+1 here as well.

i'm going to bring my driver to the dealer when i upgrade to the new E class
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My set just fits, its a Callaway Golf Bag...

However my drivers aren't those super large ones...
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I have a TM Burner driver and it MUST be place at angle in the trunk! I can barely fit 2 bags there. It's good that my trunk is pretty clean.
thats right the burner is like 1" longer... I have an R7 & it doesnt fit horizontially... w/ the R7 in the bag... (ogio)
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Just wondering why don't you just fold down one side of the rear seats and be done with it.

I do that instead of trying to squeeze in my set horizontally and risk scratching the rear bumper or body parts in the process. Happen to carry a pull cart too, so folding one side of the rear seat is easier for me and accomodates the rest of the stuff with no problem.
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I'm not a golfer, but ..... Not everyone has a P2, so the rear seat may not fold down.

Hmm ... maybe a trailer hitch? Pull that cart along behind? Or a roof rack?
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I didnt think they would fit straight across. My buddy has an Audi Allroad and his bag goes in on an angle. The C has first aid kit on one side and fuse bax on the other. Its not a big deal to me, I can always fold down the rear seat's to get them in. ( When I finally get my car ).
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Originally Posted by jstaneff View Post
I'm not a golfer, but ..... Not everyone has a P2, so the rear seat may not fold down.

Hmm ... maybe a trailer hitch? Pull that cart along behind? Or a roof rack?
Another excellent reason to buy P2.
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