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3-5 Sleeves of TP Reds
Extra Contacts
Ball Retriever
putting aid for practice
alignment shafts for practice
extra glove
extra visor (for when its too hot for a hat)
green sharpie
divot tools
some sort of snack (sammich, apple, orange, granola bar, trail mix)
groove cleaner
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Balls, tees, pitch mark repairer, ball marker, sharpie pen, pencils, 2 towels one for cleaning clubs one for if it gets wet, bag headcover, waterproofs, sweater, 3 pairs of gloves, and my food and drink for the day! I put my wallet and phone in my bag sometimes!
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In my Callaway cart bag.
Rules of Golf
24 or so Bridgestone Tour B330 RX balls
A few shag balls
100 or so Wooden Golf tees
2 or 3 gloves
1 Scotty Cameron ball tool
A few ball markers
A few coins
A few divot tools
1 Fisher Space Pen
1 black Sharpie
1 red Sharpie
1 orange Sharpie
A few pencils
SkyCaddie SG5
Club cover
Spare towel
2 Padron serie No. 2 Cigars
Cigar lighter
Cigar cutter
Spare Bic lighter
Extra pack of smokes
1 wind/rain shirt
1 fleece pullover
1 spike tool
Extra soft spikes

In my Sun Mountain Four5 stand bag.
3-6 Bridgestone Tour B300 RX balls
20 or so wooden Golf tees
1 glove
A few coins
1 divot tool
1 Pencil
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I keep it as light as possible.

Balls, tees, normal glove, rain gloves, ball mark repair tool, quarter to mark my ball, bug spray, sunscreen spray, towel, groove cleaner, sharpie.
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Balls, Tees, divot tools, ball markers, set of all different colored sharpies, pencils, rain coat and pants, bag cover, water bottles, rain, winter and normal gloves, athletic tape, spike wrench, extra pair of socks, reflector sticks and then whatever I have in my pockets before my round like change and my phone.
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Some golf balls, my wallet, cell phone, ipod, extra towel, pencils, divot tools, a sweater vest because the ladies love them, rain gear, and water or a fanta.
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Sleeve of Pro-V1x
1 Scuffed Pro-V1
2 Scuffed Professionals
Bag of tees, ball markers, pencils
divot tool
Extra set of Black Widows and tool
Rain cover for bag
Golf shoes - in dust covers w/ shoe trees
Sunscreen & Bug Spray
soft pouch for watch
Misc. scorecards
Cliff Bar - Oatmeal Raisin Walnut
pr. of ankle socks (i wear flip-flops a lot during the summer)
Nalgene bottle
small stick of deodorant
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Extra pair of golf gloves in frames
Bottle of Ibuprofen and Tylenol (I call it TyBu)
Two sleeves of Nike PD Soft
Bag of tees
Rain cover (one for bag and one for me)
Bottle of water (refillable along the course)
Club brush attached
Ball markers, repair tool
Notes from practices
Ball retriever
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sleeve of pro v1 and pro v1x
bunch of scuffed balls
ball marker
divot repair tool
rain jacket
rain gloves
spare gloves (old ones)
bug spray and sun block
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For the people that have carry bags, where do you keep your shoes?

ummm... on my feet?

i have... 1/2 dozen balls billions of tees i find on teeboxs ballmarkers 4 pairs of gloves... 1 in a pocket brand new... the other 3 hanging off the bag 1 thin blue sharpie 1 pencil a small notebook club brush small spray bottle off bug spray soft clothe for cleaning sunglasses 1 big towel 2 small towels benedryl spikes water bottle rain cover thats all i can think of without looking inside my bag... i probably forgot something
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about a dozen pro v's or taylormade tp blacks
apprx 50 white wooden tees
25 zero friction tees
bug spray
silver dollar
divot repair tool
a bunch of pencils
bushnell neo
jawbreakers to suck on
izod rainpants
adidas pullover
football....because I always seem to end up behind a slow group
two gloves
cell phone
sports drink
granola bar
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3 dozen Srixon golf balls
Nature Valley Honey and Oat
Random Scorecards
Bag Rain Cover
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