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So I was on a course today!

My Powakaddy bag wouldn't fit in the boot but my old bag does and the rear seats also accomodate my Powacaddy.

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Nice work! I often stick my clubs in the Esprit, they fit easily!

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Nice!

I often found it was only the Driver that had to sit in the passenger footwell.

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Not quite golf, but last night I managed to get my 16ft inflatable kayak, paddles and associated paraphernalia in a combination of the back seats and boot - it certainly raised a few eyebrows at the river bank!

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Very cool! Laura and I have inflatables however they've only been in the Corsa, not the Esprit!

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I managed to fit mine in, bit of a squeeze.

On the way back they fitted no problems at all, lot easier when they are all snapped in two and the woods have been hurled into the middle of the lake.

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Slight bump!

I'm considering taking up golf, and remember asking you about it Brian at the last meet. Did you say you needed something collapsible?

No point buying a set and having to play in my garden! :detective:

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You will only need a collapsible golf bag if you buy an Elise.

What you will be best doing if you don't have a golf bag already is take your Evora to the pro at your local golf club and try some bags in the boot. My old golf bag is fine but when I bought the bag for my Powacaddy it will not fit in the boot. My Powacaddy fits on the rear seats and you also have the front seat to store your bag if you can't get one to fit in the boot.

Fore!!

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Ah ok thats what I thought you said. Good thinking for visiting a shop. Will try that when I get back on dry land :)

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It's for that very reason that the American market insists that a boot sorry trunk release is placed in the boot/trunk in case someone climbs in there either with or without cement wellies.

It is also a requirement on the Elise!

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There is probably more room in the boot than in the back seats!

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Bibs can u show me how fits your clubs in Esprits boot? Only if r u using kids clubs in kids bag :)))

My clubs in 9,5" bag fits only on passenger seat, and trolley in boot.

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