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I saw the Instagram post and picked up one of each, black and white. They look slick and solve a nice problem. Plus now I won’t look like a chump fisting a cluster of five clubs to take with me. I do wonder if alignment sticks will fit. Lowe’s ones are nearly 48” but mine are 44-46” and should be good.

 

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Nice! White already sold out. I like this better than the ‘lite’ bags I’ve seen for limited club carrying. Thanks for sharing.

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Exactly what I am looking for!

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Even though I am a Ping fan, I think the pitch and putt bags are more practical and have more use cases.  Don't have one now, but had one in the past and liked being able to carry my putter and wedges around the green.  Today I just carry them and put them on a towel if needed.  I prefer to walk so my cart is always close, but these are great for riders.

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Here is my quick review

Quality: A, the leather is good quality. The stitching is well done. I foresee this lasting a long time. 
Usage - It's great when you don't want to bring your entire bag to the driving range. Which for me, is about 99% of the time. I tend to bring 4-5 clubs, depending on what I want to work on. There is plenty of space for other things like tees, gloves, and a few golf balls. Though I have a Golf Evolution bag that I use to carry some scuffed up golf balls for practice. 
Aesthetics: A, I got the black one, and it looks sharp with the white PING logo. 

I recommend this product if you don't want to lug your bag around at the driving range. It also makes you look more sophisticated when you are not just holding a bunch of clubs in one hand 😉

 

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