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Rain Cover? Dri Stix Hood Vs. Rain Wedge Hood ?

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I'm looking for an upgrade in a rain cover.

I do use a 3 wheel push cart if that makes a difference... rarely ride.

I like the dome design of the Rain Wedge & Dri Stix...

but have never seen any locally... so I will have to order online.

Are they really easy to set up & use ?  Fit the 46 inch drivers?

The Dri Stix seems to have an extra front access flap?  Good or Bad?

Does hood accordian back like on the Rain Wedge ?

The Rain Wedge does look simpler to use ? And clips to bag.

Does the Dri Stix clip on or use velcro straps ?

Opinions & suggestions appreciated ? Thanks.

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I normally walk with a push cart and get caught in the rain (and somtimes start in the rain) and bought a rain wedge and it worked OK for keeping the clubs dry but my bag still got wet. I bought one of these, works great, keeps everything dry. Side and front flaps for pocket access. Use with umbrella on the cart attachment and no problems playing in the rain.

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http://www.tgw.com/customer/category/product.jsp/SUBCATEGORY_ID/13115/refScid/1360

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I have this one as well and it is fantastic.  The extra pockets in the hood are really handy for things like gloves and scorecards too.

Originally Posted by cruzthepug

I normally walk with a push cart and get caught in the rain (and somtimes start in the rain) and bought a rain wedge and it worked OK for keeping the clubs dry but my bag still got wet. I bought one of these, works great, keeps everything dry. Side and front flaps for pocket access. Use with umbrella on the cart attachment and no problems playing in the rain.

http://www.tgw.com/customer/category/product.jsp/SUBCATEGORY_ID/13115/refScid/1360

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