Everyone loves luxury sports cars, the Italian luxury car brand Ferrari is one of the most famous, but sports cars come at the cost of reduced storage space and this causes a problem if you love golf. Can you fit golf clubs in a Ferrari 458/488?
The Ferrari 458 trunk space is 8.1 cubic ft, which is not enough space for a golf bag, but behind the two front seats if you push one seat forward there is enough shelf space for one golf bag.
You can see the below video of how much trunk space the Ferrari 458 has at 1:43 and at 2:28 of a golf bag snuggly fitting behind the passenger seat.
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How To Protect Golf Clubs When Travelling
Whilst the Ferrari 458 can fit one golf bag that doesn’t mean they will be protected as you drive to the course.
I recommend buying a Yoga mat like this one from Amazon to stop any part of the bags or clubs from touching the seats or doors of the car, during travel.
A mat will easily extend to both sides of the door or you can a towel. If you protect your clubs they will damage themselves and your Ferrari.
Or you can use a large Carabiner clip, get a pack of 4 from Amazon to attach the belts of your car to the Golf bag to keep it secure, otherwise the bag will move forward as you drive. You don’t want to damage your car!
Keeping your bag in your Golf club is another option, it saves you time and energy transporting your clubs to your course every time you play, but it isn’t too much hassle moving the front seats back of your Ferrari.
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