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I bought a nike cart bag but would also like to carry it, was wondering if there is a strap or something that I can buy to turn it into a carry bag? It does have a single strap but looking to somehow get it to a double strap, thanks for any info.
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wmost cart bags have a strap that you can carry it to the cart with before it bothers you but i dont think their are any accessories that you can add on to a cart bag unless you wanna make it yourself lol
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I also have a Nike cart bag (with single strap). I was looking and found the Izzo Dual Strap (also ALOT of the pros/caddies use this strap/system on their bags). I wasn't able to find them in-stock anywhere, so I emailed Izzo. They advised they are back-ordered and should have more of them available in September (seems like a long time, but oh well). This appear to be the best, and have great reviews as far as I can tell. I don't know of any others (maybe someone else knows of some others), so I guess I am just gonna have to wait.
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Just throw it on a pull cart and head off. I think you will find carrying a cart bag around the course will take the joy out of the game. However, it will make you tired and probably slow down your swing making you play better.

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A cart bag would be too heavy to carry for most people. If you can return it, why not get a carry bag that has has 14 way divider to mimic a cartbag. If not, I'd suggest you get a push cart instead of getting straps for your cartbag.
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yeah probably just invest in a cheap cart of craigslist or something. thanks for the heads up.

I tried to go that route and found a lot of good deals. You can get an old, no frills cart from the 70's for like 5 bucks. I ended up getting a pull cart from Target, I think it's made (or has their name on it) by Golf Digest for 29.99. It has a water bottle and attachment, two ball holder, score card and tee holder.

Another bonus that I found after opening it was that it had a free subscription to Golf Digest. So it was really only about 15 bucks total. They also come in handy at the range if you don't have a stand bag.
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