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Guys,

My current golf is falling apart. Keeping it in my car trunk all the time is the main culprit. But there are some issues with it as well. Mainly, when i am playing its hard to pull out/put in clubs. Seems like at the bottom, the club grips cause a lot of friction since a lot of clubs are all together. It is also kinda heavy and i would prefer a lighter bag.

Can you suggest a good golf bag that would address these issues ?

Thanx in advance
Raulito

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Any name brand carry bag around 3.5 - 4 lbs will work for you, Sun Mountain, Mizuno aerolite bag is well designed and though out carry bag and my favorite since I play Mizuno's

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I use an Ogio vaporlite. The bag itself is very light and with lots of padding on the shoulders and the bag itself. I really like the woode system, it provides quite an easy access to your clubs and I had no trouble getting my clubs in and out. Please note that I don't carry the maximum number of clubs, that's probably why.

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Guys,

Thanx for the responses. I did some research and i am leaning towards a stand bag with full length dividers.

wrx_junki,
Both Sun Mountain 3.5 and SLX look good...but i dont see if they have full length dividers.

Guys is there are any stand bag with 14 way full length divider ? How many is enough ? I carry 14 clubs.

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Nike Tour SQ. Stand bag with 14-way individual dividers. I've looked at it a few times at Golfsmith, it looks to be a winner and gets great online reviews. I think Titleist makes one as well but not sure.

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I use an Ogio vaporlite. The bag itself is very light and with lots of padding on the shoulders and the bag itself. I really like the woode system, it provides quite an easy access to your clubs and I had no trouble getting my clubs in and out. Please note that I don't carry the maximum number of clubs, that's probably why.

I agree that the Vaporlite is a great bag, and that the Woode system is awesom. I do carry 14 clubs and I don't have any problems getting clubs in or out.

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You won't be disappointed with your choice, I've had my Nike tour sq for 18 months and it's still as good as new. Lots of storage space, great organization of clubs and looks good too. Which colour did you get? I have the grey/red (I thought it matched the victory red colours of my irons and wedges lol)

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Guys,

I have the Nike SQ tour carry with 14 full length dividers. I love it.

I have blue and grey because a lot of what I wear 9shoes etc.. ) is blue.

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Forgot to add that the Nike SQ tour has tons of pockets. Its slightly "heavier" than some lite bags. But i didnt even notice it. So dont let that be a showstopper.

I can post pics if needed...this bag is reall easy on the eyes.

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