We’re going to need a bigger boot – hilarious moment golfer struggles to fit designer clubs into the boot of his supercar
This is the hilarious moment a golfer appears to struggle to fit his designer golf clubs into the boot of her supercar Lamborghini after a round of golf.
The unidentified golfer was captured on camera by a fellow driver as he struggled to fit the set of clubs into the car’s tiny boot after a round on Tuesday – and had to be helped out by a mate in a Renault Clio.
The poor bloke, who was pictured after he had come off the fairway, was left bemused when he realised his set of irons were too big to fit in his Lamborghini Huracan – which has a top speed of 200mph.
Unfortunately, the red-faced golfer was forced to wait in the car park of the Three Hammers Golf Complex, in Wolverhampton, while he called for a mate to give him a lift.
The incident was captured by a fellow golfer, who did not want to be named, as they returned from the driving range.
According to onlookers, the chap had rented the car for the day in a bid to impress pals as he left the course but instead a friend ferried the clubs off in a Renault Clio.
An eyewitness said: “I’d spotted the Lamborghini in the carpark and got a snap of it.
“I noticed what I thought was the owner coming back to the car himself and saw he was having difficulty getting his bag into the boot.
“He looked pretty bemused as clearly he wasn’t going to cram an entire set of clubs into that tiny boot.
“Obviously he had big bucks, but no brains – in the end the bloke had to call somebody to pick them up and drive them home for him.
“I reckon he had rented the car to impress his mates on the way back from the course but ended up looking like a bit of a prat. The Clio was a lot less glamourous than the Lambo.”
The car had been hired from Birmingham-based rental firm Celebrity Supercar Hire.
A spokesperson for the firm said: “The car had been hired out for the day. We do a full-walk around with people before they hire the car out. It’s pretty clear there isn’t much space in the boot.”