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do you think White is a bad color in a Golf bag?

post #1 of 7
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been looking at Bags the last day or so because the one i have is pretty cramped with what i have club wise. for some reason i really like the looks of white bags but it seems to me that it would get very dirty quickly. just thought i might ask you all your opinions on white bags.

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I recently bought a white Mizuno bag second handed. Looks really good, but you got to clean it by hand quite often to keep the original colour. So if you're lazy, go for something else!

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I'm rocking a white bag and have had no issues. You obviously want a type of material that will be easy to clean.
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I have a white Sun Mountain Hybrid bag.

I never clean my bag as I am not a clean-freak to begin with.e2_whistling.gif

But it is holding up well--at least it looks that way to me.b2_tongue.gif 

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I recently bought a white Mizuno bag second handed. Looks really good, but you got to clean it by hand quite often to keep the original colour. So if you're lazy, go for something else!

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Unless you're going to be laying the bag down while you take each shot, I wouldn't worry about it at all. My stand-up bag is mostly bright white and has stayed very clean.. But remember, it doesn't get dirty, it just gets broken in a2_wink.gif

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I had a white Taylor Made bag and after one season it got bad.  I use to lay it down in the back of the Hummer and i remember even spilling a coke on it.  It was nylon so to clean it i used grammas old way,  mix one light beer with 3 eggs and wipe, let sit for 2 minuts  then rinse.  I swear this works and makes the bag look like new again.  got out coke, dried chewing tobbacco spit (yep) and some yellowing from my sweat towel.  leaves no egg or beer smell if you rinse it good.  i got a black bag this year cause beer is for drinking lol

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I had a white Taylor Made bag and after one season it got bad.  I use to lay it down in the back of the Hummer and i remember even spilling a coke on it.  It was nylon so to clean it i used grammas old way,  mix one light beer with 3 eggs and wipe, let sit for 2 minuts  then rinse.  I swear this works and makes the bag look like new again.  got out coke, dried chewing tobbacco spit (yep) and some yellowing from my sweat towel.  leaves no egg or beer smell if you rinse it good.  i got a black bag this year cause beer is for drinking lol

nice recipe thank you 

 

my only issue is a hummer? WTH get a real 4x4 JEEP nation baby LOL 

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