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Re: Sunday Bags....WHY?I have one that I keep around for when I walk the local par 3 course on occasion. But Ive also noticed that when I play courses that have real walking caddies (not forecaddies) they keep bags around that are little more than sunday bags for people that are inconsiderate and bring huge overloaded bags then expect the caddie to walk 18 with two of those on their shoulders.
Re: Sunday Bags....WHY?I bought a great Titleist Sunday bag and love it. The "why" for me is that I wanted to walk more, which I did once I bought the bag. It is really light, and typically, I'll selectively pull a few clubs out to make it lighter and make sure all the clubs are "comfortable" in the bag (it will hold them all, but don't see the need), which forces me to try different shots with different clubs. I still have another "light" bag that holds everything, but it is much more of a load to carry, and is exclusively relegated to cart duty. I would always rather walk and had gotten away from it for a few years, and like the challenge of playing with a "short" set of clubs.
I put all my clubs in it. I know this thread is ancient, but there is a small segment of golfers who live in big cities and sometimes use public transportation. Sunday bags are perfect for crowded subways and buses, yes they get crowded even on the weekends. Great for going through turnstiles, slinging on luggage racks, not looking too ridiculous side by side with casually dressed people.