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Need new bag. Ogio is tearing out at the seams. Suggestions?

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I'm very disappointed in my Ogio Vector bag. It's well designed and functional, but despite the entire bag being in very good shape and only 3 seasons old, the seams are tearing out of 2 pockets. It hasn't seen very heavy use as it's for a 2nd set of clubs.

I'm now looking to replace it. I mostly ride, but would like something lightweight and with legs and good straps for when I do carry it.

I'm not sure I'll get Ogio again after this experience.

I'd appreciate suggestions.

Thanks.

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Well that's interesting. My Ogio had issues like that also. Loved the bag, didn't like the workmanship.

Look at Ping. That's what I replaced it with.

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Thanks for the reply. I've heard the Ping Hoofer is nice.

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Ping Hoofer is one of the best bags out there. I had my Hoofer for 10 years

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I have a Ping Hoofer Vantage with the dual retraction strap.  I love this bag and have had it for 5 years now.  It is still in great shape (the only thing with it is cosmetic due to the fading color from being in the sun so much... which I don't really care about).

Unfortunately they don't make this bag anymore and it will suck having to find a new one as well made when the time comes.  Maybe the other bags in the Ping line will measure up, but I haven't really looked at them since I'm not in the market.  It might be worth starting there!

Good luck!

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Originally Posted by Artimas

I'm very disappointed in my Ogio Vector bag. It's well designed and functional, but despite the entire bag being in very good shape and only 3 seasons old, the seams are tearing out of 2 pockets. It hasn't seen very heavy use as it's for a 2nd set of clubs.

I'm now looking to replace it. I mostly ride, but would like something lightweight and with legs and good straps for when I do carry it.

I'm not sure I'll get Ogio again after this experience.

I'd appreciate suggestions.

Thanks.

I'm all about the Sun Mountain four5 . . . until it rains. If you play in rain, this is not your bag. Even with years of experience using an umbrella, that four5 is sopping wet after a few holes. My old (really old) Sun Mountains weren't like that. If the PING bags are more water resistant, I'd certainly go that route.

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Sun Mountain.

Plus, you're not advertising what clubs you may or may not have with a Sun Mountain - another reason to like it.

Ping has been up and down, up and down as to its bags. Ogio - had a couple fall apart. Just say no.

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I recently bought a Cobra GT Stand Bag. If you want a lighter option try the Sport stand.

http://www.dickssportinggoods.com/search/index.jsp?kwCatId=&kw;=cobra%20stand%20bag&origkw;=cobra+stand+bag&sr;=1

I bought mine from ebags on a sale for only $140 something, so I had to have it. I was debating over the GT and the Sport. The stap on both of them is really nice, and they are extremely sturdy

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Thanks for the replies all. Gonna go bag shopping this week.

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Only one suggestion - Sun Mountain. But be sure you like the look of the one you buy because you are going to own it for a long time. Great quality and lots of models to choose from. Their four five or new hybrid model may be what you're looking for.
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