Are you a golfer and need a new car? You’ve come to the right place. Today we have some recommendations for cars best suited for the avid golfer. While there are many SUVs out there that are able to stow and carry all your gear going to the golf course, there are also sedans that are equal to the challenge. The brands we mentioned are relatively affordable for many golfers because unfortunately for us we all cannot afford exotic cars such as the Mclaren driven by Tiger Woods or the Ferraris that Ian Poulter owns, even if we live in rich cities like Calgary or car-loving Montreal.
The Ford Taurus has some of the biggest trunks out there for sedans. It has 20 cubic feet of trunk space this is highly significant especially if compared the Lincoln’s MKS which only has 18.7 cubic feet. The extra space can come in handy especially when you’re playing Tetris with golf bags and other gear.
If you want lots and lots of space, max it out with the Ford Expedition EL. This SUV has 42.6 cubic feet of trunk space, perfect for golfers who over pack. Aside from bringing your gear safely to your destination, it can also carry large families or friends who are off to a weekend golfing retreat. The Chevrolet Suburban is not far behind with 38.9 cubic feet of space.
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Minivans are uncool and for many golfers the cars their wives drive to get the kids to school. But minivans provide some of the best value for money for cars. The Dodge Grand Caravan for example will make sense for many golfers. It is a good car to have for year-round storage, comfort and safety. It is a favorite among many golfers because it can easily seat 4 golfers and stow all their gear for the next golfing road trip. The Toyota Sienna is also worth the mention with 150 cubic feet to stow your gear along with the dependable Toyota badge.
Hatchbacks are cool and stylish cars to own. For golfers the Volkswagen Golf (what a coincidence) is a good choice for golfers. It has 22.8 cubic feet of trunk space which is bigger than the Honda CRZ. The Honda Fit however is another mention-worthy hatchback with 57.3 cubic feet of space with the back seats down.
There are many golfers who can afford exotic cars and for this group of people the 2015 Ferrari FF is a good choice. For many golfers it looks impractical because it should be somewhere else looking pretty and impressive. However its maximum 28.3 cubic feet of space can accommodate a single golfer’s gear easily. For something green, practical and more affordable the Tesla Model S has 63 cubic feet of space for your golf clubs and gear.