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      06-08-2012, 03:05 AM   #1
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1m Coupe golf bag?

guess this is a long shot for a coupe. Does a golf stand bag fit into the boot nicely? or the driver has to be removed?

thanks guys
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      06-08-2012, 03:21 AM   #2
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Doesn't fit nicely in a 135i so I would think not.
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Mine fits with the rear seats folded forward.
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Yes, you can only fit one full size bag in the trunk though without folding down the rear seats.

Tuck the base of your bag to the left in the furthest recess. Your clubs will just be able to slide in.

For multiple bags, fold down a rear seat.
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      06-08-2012, 06:40 AM   #5
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Reason for me to have a skibag Where the driver goes.
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Yes, you can only fit one full size bag in the trunk though without folding down the rear seats.

Tuck the base of your bag to the left in the furthest recess. Your clubs will just be able to slide in.

For multiple bags, fold down a rear seat.
As an avid golfer, I can confirm this - one bag fits in the trunk parallel with the axles. The ridiculous thing is that you can't do this in an X3 or Q5.
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      06-08-2012, 09:15 AM   #7
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A standard stand and staff bag will fit parallel to the axle, but you may have to remove your driver if it is +45" and place it diagonally.
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Sweet cant wait to take delivery, eta July or aug
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A standard stand and staff bag will fit parallel to the axle, but you may have to remove your driver if it is +45" and place it diagonally.
Exactly what I was about to say. It will fit comfy if you remove the long woods. Otherwise dropping the back passenger side seat makes things fit very easy!
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      06-08-2012, 11:42 AM   #10
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I usually fit my bag in sideways with the driver removed. I was also ale to stack my gf's set onto of mine as well. It took some work but it got in there. We both have small sized golf bags though.
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guess this is a long shot for a coupe. Does a golf stand bag fit into the boot nicely? or the driver has to be removed?

thanks guys
I don't play golf and at first wondered why you'd want to put a golf bag in the car if you couldn't then sit in the driver's seat.

Yeah, I'm an idiot...


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Arrow Yup...

Yes, they fit!

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Would be impressive, but I'm quite sure there are only BMW golf accessories that are made by others.
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      06-08-2012, 06:18 PM   #14
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Btw... BMW makes Golf clubs too!
Make sure the clubs have the latest HPFP. They've been known to quit on people at the turn.
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      06-11-2012, 10:20 PM   #15
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What if my bag looks like Al Czervik's (Rodney Dangerfield) from Caddy Shack? Will it fit?
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I don't play golf and at first wondered why you'd want to put a golf bag in the car if you couldn't then sit in the driver's seat.

Yeah, I'm an idiot...


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Great minds think alike That was my reaction also; I just didn't make the joke quick enough.

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Like others have said, a golf bag will fit parallel to the axle in very rear of the trunk. I have to take out my driver as the club head cover makes it tricky to get in an out, but it just lays on top of the bag with no issues. Plenty of room for shoes and towels in front of the bag too.
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