Is it possible to carry golf clubs on a scooter?

by Lynn
(Upstate NY)

I wouldn't have to carry a full set; but oh my, the possibilities of being able to go to the course on a scooter?

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Jul 23, 2012
update on the golf club carrier NEW
by: seabird57

now you can break the carrier down in two halves and stowe it under the seat for safe keeping...and you still have room for you half helmet...if you are intersted in this idea please email me at I will send some pics I took of the bag sitting on my scooter...I did cover up the cart carrier itself for those people who want to make a profit off other peoples dreams...this cart really works...I carry a totoal of 12 clubs, the bag is a 9" dia..

Sep 07, 2010
I Found the Solution!
by: scootnbird

I have the concept of carrying your golf bag and clubs on your scooter. (Honda Silverwing) safely and conveniently. I just used it Sunday, went 20 miles to course going around 50mph and cross winds around 20-30mph... had to fight the wind a little, but made it there and back with no problems.

It sits directly behind you, the weight is distributed like having a passenger riding with you. There was no obstruction in the mirrors and hardly any change in my driving methods.

It was all safe and legal. You must have a top trunk plate for this to work. I own a Honda Silverwing, so that's the only one I have tried this on... and it works GREAT.

It took less than 1 minute to install and removal is the same. It pivots so you can access the storage under your seat. You do not have to remove the carrier once you get to the course.

For more info, email me at seabird57 AT cox DOT net. Thanks, scootnbird

Aug 29, 2010
scooter golf gag
by: Anonymous

In australia I saw a bracket welded under the footrest and an additional wheel was able to slide in and out of the bracket allowing the clubs to ride alongside you...almost like making a scooter into a trike

I thought it was awesome when I saw it


Jul 11, 2009
by: Ron Goldwyn

Dear Lynn, you will be amazed how much you can carry on your scooter. The only problem is how a set of clubs may be carried. For me, I would build a special rack that mounts over my rear wheel that is similar to how a golf cart carries a golf bag.

If you are able the bag might start at your back and extend over the rear seat and out the rear. When not carrying the bag, remove the rack. Now it is up to you to design the rack or have someone else do it for your specific scooter because I do not believe there are any out on the market as an accessory.

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