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Originally Posted by nuck81

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Originally Posted by SlapShotGolfer

I rock this same bag, in blue and yellow. I love the 14 way dividers!

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Originally Posted by Kraze

I have the same one as well.  Lime Green


Have the same bag, best bag i have ever had.

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Originally Posted by Rebel_Golfer

When using my push cart I use the Sun Mountain C-130 in all black:

When not pushing, I use an older Taylor Made stand bag in Gray/Black:



How is that TaylorMade bag? I was browsing Scheels and it seems pretty light...

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Originally Posted by dustin88thewind

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Originally Posted by Rebel_Golfer

When using my push cart I use the Sun Mountain C-130 in all black:

When not pushing, I use an older Taylor Made stand bag in Gray/Black:

How is that TaylorMade bag? I was browsing Scheels and it seems pretty light...


Well, I don't have that exact one... mine is a few years old. I couldn't find the right pic. But the one I have is very light. I just don't like the lack of full-length dividers and a 14-way top. The newer ones may offer that...

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Bought the PING Explore cart bag about 4 years ago.  It's a nice bag and has treated me well, lots of useful pockets, my favorite probably being the ones that fit my shoes...very handy.

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Definitely looking to pick up that OGIO Grom red and black plaid...love the look and I'm ready for a stand bag.  Will probably wait until the end of the summer though.

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Originally Posted by Kraze

I love the 14 way Divider. It's been a big help for my grips.


Amen to that!  I just got the 2011 Ogio Grom with the 14 way divider and the ease of pulling my clubs in and out is sooo much better than before with my Mizuno bag where my clubs constantly got tangled.

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