The Cobra Ultralight is made from a durable polyester material that resists stains and stands up well to abrasions, so it should stay looking nice for years to come. If you like to enjoy a cold one when on the links, you’ll appreciate the insulated 10-can cooler.
Golf bags do more than just carry your golf clubs. Different bags offer features and parts to make your round of golf more enjoyable … unless you quadruple bogey that 14th hole again. No golf bag, no matter how great, can overcome that constant nightmare.
If you prefer to walk the course and don’t look like Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson [image], you’ll want to buy a carry/stand bag. Typically, these bags can hold 12-15 clubs and have slightly smaller compartments. They usually don’t weigh much more than 6 pounds. Stand bags have retractable legs which extend when the bag is set on the ground, forming a tripod to balance it. These bags are smaller and designed to be as light as possible.
If you plan on leaving your bag on the golf cart, or if you’re going to use one of those push/pull carts, then you definitely want to get yourself a cart bag. This type is larger than the carry bags and stand bags because it is designed with all these extra features that the others don’t have to offer you. Some common things that you’ll see include pockets for valuables, cooler pockets, and large divider systems. They are the most feature-packed bags that you’ll find on the market. You see a lot of serious hobbyists with these, and I definitely recommend this type if you intend to spend a lot of time out on the course. Expect one of these to weigh in at around six to seven pounds when empty.
With its Clip-Lok technology, the Bag Boy Revolver FX keeps your clubs safe and secure while on the move. It also features two full-length garment pockets, which is great as you can keep a sweater or jacket tucked away in case the weather turns.
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The TaylorMade 2017 Flextech Crossover Stand Bag is ideal for both walkers and cart users. The soft double strap system makes carrying easy and light and includes a quick release which detaches the straps when you want it to fit securely in a cart. It packs a lot of others features into a bag that weighs just 5.5 pounds. The new Flextech Stand System has a 14-way top with full-length dividers so you’re clubs won’t clank or tangle, a rarity on a bag so light.
The patented TrainReactionsystem provides a luggage connection system like no other luggage in the world! Club Glove is the overwhelming choice of professional golfers and their worldwide travels. Super high rebound 70mm 78A inline skate wheels with bearings for smooth transport.
Assuming your bag has four central compartments, you’ll want to divide your irons chronologically throughout the three bottom-most compartments, while placing your woods, your wedge, and your putter in the compartment nearest the strap. Distributing the weight equally in this manner will keep your bag from getting front-heavy, and it will also make it easier to locate a specific club whenever you’re trying to make a shot.
The Chev holds up well on the course. It’s able to stay upright when propped up on the inclines along the greens and the legs do a nice job of popping out when you set the bag down. I had a couple instances in prior Callaway bags where the leg would get stuck behind the casing where the legs rest when the bag is carried. It’s an easy fix so it’s more of an annoyance than a problem and I’ve not had that problem with this bag.
As you may already know, Sun Mountain is one of the top brands for golf bags and that’s why this model made our list. That being said, overall we don’t love all of the Sun Mountain gear but we do really like this one.
The C-130 has been awarded Best Golf Cart Bag for eight years and the addition of a portable power pack in this new for 2018 Supercharged version helped the bag maintain the top spot. (Click here to sign-up to be notified when the C-130 Supercharged bags are available.)
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The number of dividers varies from one model to the next, so pay attention to the number of divider system to ensure that it meets you needs. Some bags have no divider system at all. Choosing a bag with a divider system is the best way to ensure that you’re not wasting time fumbling in your bag to find the right club. It is common to find cart bags with 14-way dividers so that you have a dedicated spot for every club. It is important to not that only the higher end bags have a full-length divider system. The rest only have a top divider system, which means that the shafts of the clubs will all touch each other in the bag.
This bag also includes a matching rain cover to keep your clubs dry, even in the heaviest of rains. At the base of this bag you will find cart bumpers that were designed to help protect the structural integrity of the golf bag and provide added durability. The Sun Mountain Golf Sync Cart bag is a great all around bag for people who spend the majority of their time playing golf in a cart.
Club Glove’s name exudes confidence. Naming your travel bag “Last Bag” means your customers aren’t going to have to replace this bag for the rest of their golfing life. Granted, the price is $319.99, so it better be resilient. And the Last Bag lives up to the name. It weighs 10.6 lbs on its own, so it feels hearty and strong right out of the box. It’s made out of Cordura water resistant nylon, has YKK zippers and comes with an extra padded handle at the top and bottom. Also, the 2016 model has extra reinforcement on the back of the bag towards the base that was easily strained in older models. For $59, you can buy a “No Questions Asked” warranty, where Club Glove will replace your bag for free if anything happens to it. Otherwise, it has a limited lifetime warranty. Club Glove offers three sizes: Last Bag XL Pro Tour, Last Bag Large Pro and Last Bag Collegiate. Our pick is the Large Pro because the XL Pro Tour is huge and the Collegiate is small. The Large Pro is just right.
The Bag Boy Revolver FX Cart Golf Bag solves this problem with an innovative design that allows you to rotate the top of the bag, spinning the clubs inside the bag until you have the one you want closest to you.
There are a few major decisions you’ll need to make when deciding on a golf bag. The first, and most obvious being the decision between a cart bag and a stand bag. The main tradeoff decision you need to make is between mobility (lighter weight) and storage (heavier).
For this type, you should check out the stand mechanism and see if you like the way that it works. Since this type can support a full set of clubs, consider looking for one with backpack-style straps to give your back the most support. Also go with something that has good padding on the straps. Check the height of the bag when it is standing to see if it is too tall or too short for you.
The Ogio is the cheapest of our three options, coming in under $150. As far as travel bags go, you don’t want to go much cheaper than this. Your clubs are worth a decent amount of money, so you want to protect them as much as you can for what fits your budget. The Straight Jacket weighs 7.6 lbs – three pounds less than the Club Glove option – and thanks to its construction, it won’t be quite as durable. But since it’s a bit lighter, you can pack some extra shoes in. The bag has the same protective features – reinforced base, padded top, secure zippers – as the other bags, but it’s definitely less structured.
As you take your bag out onto the course, it will get a little dirty. Fortunately, taking care of it is pretty simple. If you end up with pollen, dirt, or other debris on the exterior, just use a damp cloth and a bristle brush to clean it up. If you leave something wet in one of the pockets, you can use a water and vinegar solution to clean out the mold and mildew. Just try to always remove wet stuff from the pockets and leave it open to air dry to prevent this sort of thing from happening.
If you’re not playing golf professionally, you’ll probably pass on the staff bag simply because you won’t need the extra space. We’ve got you covered if you do happen to fall in this camp. Everyone else should be looking at a decision between a Traditional Cart Bag and Carry Bag.
The ergonomic padded double shoulder strap and hip pad, coupled with the lighter weight, will make walking the course comfortable and easy. Also push and riding cart-friendly, the Trekker has a number pockets, including a large pocket for gear, an oversized golf ball pocket, and fleece-lined pocket for valuables. And the easy-to-grip handle makes it simple to move and transport.
Our top choices in Carry bags are updated versions of Ping’s Hoofer and Ogio’s Cirrus. Each is similar in weight or lighter than Sun Mountain’s 4.5LS Supercharged, but the extra weight in the Sun Mountain bag is understandable because it’s outfitted to charge up to two electronic devices such as a phone, the first carry bag to have this feature.