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The boot (or trunk here in the US) can indeed fit golf clubs if that really is indeed a sticking point.

Now two airline carry on bags plus two sets of clubs might be a real problem.

Refer to 1 min 14 sec of this video [video=youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=MGxp4ZwYSy8&NR=1[/video] to see a set of clubs in a Ping bag fitting quite handily in the boot.

The F-type has run flat tires, the spare is an add-on option (which of course will further weigh the car down) which will further reduce the trunk space.
 

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GerryJag said:
The boot (or trunk here in the US) can indeed fit golf clubs if that really is indeed a sticking point.

Now two airline carry on bags plus two sets of clubs might be a real problem.
Two Airline bags would not be a problem. IT WOULD BE A MIRACLE !
I took my wife to the airport and was able to carry a computer bag and an airline bag. I did cheat by using a shoehorn.
Refer to 1 min 14 sec of this video [video=youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=MGxp4ZwYSy8&NR=1[/video] to see a set of clubs in a Ping bag fitting quite handily in the boot.

The F-type has run flat tires, the spare is an add-on option (which of course will further weigh the car down) which will further reduce the trunk space.
 

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I'll be very interested to see if I can squeeze two stand golf bags (i.e. thinner ones) in at the same time. I'll find out very soon when I get my V6S...
 
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