Pros: Light weight, sturdy, well built and comfortable to carry with enough pockets to hold all you need. Great bag for junior players.
Cons: Only four dividers, so it is best for 8 to 9 clubs max. Clubs can get stuck if you overload the bag.
I bought this bag on a whim because it was on sale for $50. I wanted a practice bag for the range and a Sunday bag for rounds with less than 14 clubs. Mizuno has always been known as a high quality manufacturer of golf equipment. This bag does not disappoint. It is very well built and comfortable to carry. It will hold enough clubs for a range session and a round where you would use fewer clubs.
I've had the bag for over a year and have used it many times on the range and twice on the course.
The bag has four pockets, one large clothing pocket, ball pocket, valuables pocket and a medium size pocket. The bag also has a mesh water bottle holder. The strap system is comfortable and padded. The bag rides comfortably on my lower back while walking.
The top has a more narrow opening, as you would expect from a Sunday bag. Shown below, you can fit 3 to 4 clubs in the bottom section, two each in the middle sections, and 2 - 3 in the top.
What separates this from other Sunday bags is structure. Most Sunday bags are just cloth bags or just have a rigid divider to keep the open. This bag is designed with the same support as Mizuno full size bags. It also has the stand feature which works the same as larger stand bags.
I would recommend this bag to anyone looking for a good Sunday bag or a bag for junior players.