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post #19 of 36

Here's what I ended up with.  Bit of a change as I kept the left to right, descending order approach as opposed to snake, but I took it to the range last night and I had no complaints.  Easy to find what I needed and to remove/replace clubs.  Not too much chatter while walking through lot either (surprisingly).  Headed to the course tonight, so we'll see, but so far so good!

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post #20 of 36
This thread is perfect. My gf just got this bag today and I was pondering the best placement. She mostly cars though so a small tweak might be in order
post #21 of 36

I can't tell if that was backhanded or not... lol

post #22 of 36

mines hard to describe..i guess it would be a snake. i go wedges left bottom to top and top middle is my 9 and my 8 and 7 below that and 6 under that and 5 under that then dirctley right is 4 iron snaking up the right side to my driver. I like how yours looks but i think its just a matter of getting used to whatever you do. nice bag btw.

post #23 of 36

mine was defintely not back handed i had no idea how i was going to do it so they wouldnt smash into each other

post #24 of 36
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mine was defintely not back handed i had no idea how i was going to do it so they wouldnt smash into each other


I was joking cuz you said your girlfriend just got this bag (as if you inferring it was a ladies bag) lol

 

post #25 of 36
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Originally Posted by bigguygonz View Post

Here's what I ended up with.


I've had my clubs in this layout since your post above. Although I've not taken them on course yet it's already a LOT easier to access all the clubs during practice. Really impressed with it; thanks again. a3_biggrin.gif
post #26 of 36
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I've had my clubs in this layout since your post above. Although I've not taken them on course yet it's already a LOT easier to access all the clubs during practice. Really impressed with it; thanks again. a3_biggrin.gif


 

Yeah, I've been out a few times now, and it's been great.  Much better than my old 7-way.  One thing that's been key for me is how I approach the ball and walk into my set-up.  I used to come straight in and put the bag down parallel and right of the target line, since I was always fishing for the right club it didn't much matter.  Now I come in a little more from the right and put the bag down perpendicular and right of my target line.  

Glad to hear it's working for you as well.  

post #27 of 36

I'm still waiting to get the Ogio Recoil (Siberian) from the US.  Its not sold here in New Zealand.  Interesting to see everyones different ideas re set up, & looking forward to a bit of experimentation.  Does anyone else have the recoil & do you regularly carry it?  Interested to know thoughts re weight; too heavy etc

post #28 of 36

 

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I'm still waiting to get the Ogio Recoil (Siberian) from the US.  Its not sold here in New Zealand.  Interesting to see everyones different ideas re set up, & looking forward to a bit of experimentation.  Does anyone else have the recoil & do you regularly carry it?  Interested to know thoughts re weight; too heavy etc

 

The Grom is listed at 7lbs.  I carry 99% of the time, twice a week, and I don't find it too heavy for me.  I can't imagine 1 lb will make that big a difference.  

Plus I'm carrying an additional 72 oz of "liquid" at the start of the round, but the bag always ends up getting lighter by the end.  

post #29 of 36

I think this thread definitely is a must post picture kind of thread. I'm asking for a new 14 divider bag for Christmas and would give me great ideas. d:D I'll post mine when I get it.

post #30 of 36

I have been thinking about this too and if someone would work up a bag with two rows, one on each side, with 6 holes on either side, plus one at the top center and one at the bottom center with a solid area in the center between these openings (rectangular) all clubs would be accessible. Why hasn't some one looked at this?

It would not be any bigger in terms of outside dimensions of a standard bag but would be more rectangular at the top and still round at the base?
Any ideas? I've measured my bag and the clubs would all be accessible from the outside edge of the bag and not have the clusterf**k that we have now.

post #31 of 36
Kinda hard to see from the pics, but this is my setup with the 14 way on the Sultan. The two woods and hybrid in the very center with the rest of the irons spread out around the sides and the putter in a plastic insert at the very back. I find this is the least "clanky" detup when carrying this. The only thing that is a bit annoying is that the clubs fit well when you pick it up by the grab handle, but when you use the shoulder strap everything reverses direction and bangs/tangles up. Love this bag, but wouldnt say the 14 way is the best system out there.

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post #32 of 36

Good set up. Maybe some bag maker will catch on?

Doc
 

post #33 of 36

For what it's worth.  I haven't changed my setup from what i posted in april.  I find it incredibly efficient.  

 

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post #34 of 36
Hi Everyone!
 
I wonder if I could borrow the thread? I have been transferred to a golf bag that has room for 14 clubs. Now, my worries, I do not get a sense kompination that is organized and well.
 
Here's what it looks like:
 
 
 
I had a bag that had a large hole at the top, two in the middle and a big bottom. I then had the following solution:
 
Top: fw 3a, hybrid and putter
 
Middle left: 54, 60
 
Middle right: 6, 7, 8
 
Bottom: 9, PW, SW
 
 
I am a newly begun and I would like your advice.
post #35 of 36
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Originally Posted by AcatreN View Post
 
Hi Everyone!
 
I wonder if I could borrow the thread? I have been transferred to a golf bag that has room for 14 clubs. Now, my worries, I do not get a sense kompination that is organized and well.
 
Here's what it looks like:
 
 
 
I had a bag that had a large hole at the top, two in the middle and a big bottom. I then had the following solution:
 
Top: fw 3a, hybrid and putter
 
Middle left: 54, 60
 
Middle right: 6, 7, 8
 
Bottom: 9, PW, SW
 
 
I am a newly begun and I would like your advice.

 

 

I don't like that at all. Putter is gonna be hitting something and probably your driver too. As a rule of thumb I putt my longest clubs higher because if you did shorter clubs on top they would smack the shafts of the longer irons.

post #36 of 36
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I don't like that at all. Putter is gonna be hitting something and probably your driver too. As a rule of thumb I putt my longest clubs higher because if you did shorter clubs on top they would smack the shafts of the longer irons.

 

Driver i do not use yet but good to keep that in mind. The putter is difficult to place :/

 

I Like not the solution but the advantage of this it looks a litter cooler, more spaces and have a special compartment for holding water water bottle / fold cold to name a few benefits. Additionallt, I got this bag so it cost me nothing.

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