IMO -- whether it's a stand bag or a cart bag the whole point of dividers is lost if the partitions don't go all the way down to the bottom. This is especially true if you want one compartment for each club which should theoretically keep the grips and shafts from rubbing against each other. I've seen bags with any number of sections, from 3 all the way up to 15 but a lot of bags only have separation in the top few inches.
As much as I'll be watching The Memorial, I may be watching the U.S. Women's Open more. It's at a recently restored course, and features some of Seth Raynor's boldest greens.
About the restoration:
Here's a video from NLU:
Some good photos and things here too:
Country Club of Charleston Review - Graylyn Loomis
The Country Club of Charleston showcases Seth Raynor's course architecture skills in a relatively flat piece of property. This was my third round playing...
1 is an elevated tee shot, sharp dogleg with a back to front tiered green, open in front and nice bunkering around the green. It’s not the greatest hole in the world but it doesn’t suck. Your insisting it does just shows you are digging in to your position rather than thinking about this reasonably.
I’m not sure which options I described you think don’t exist but they are there. And your insistence that 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, or 12 don’t have angles is unrealistic. Like I first said, this whole discussion makes me question any judgment you post on the merits of a golf course
Oh, but it is true. Personally, I don't think I could make that mistake, unless I hadn't checked the number and it was one club off. But for John it is a 3 club loft difference and probably an inch and a half shaft length. But it happens to him. In the field of law John is very discerning. Not so much on the golf course.