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What do you carry in your bag?

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Besides clubs, balls, tees, towels, and your divot tool; Do you carry anything odd? A good luck charm, perhaps? A foot-long poorboy sammich?
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" Cool towel", range finder,magic marker, umbrella,rain suit when needed and........a small self defense weapon. Always prepared !

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a joint, a range finder to measure my 300+ yard drive, ya know, the usual.

jk

i do have a habit of collecting scorecard pencils from different courses i've played at that are sitting in my bag.

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Cell phone, wallet, keys, cleat fixing tool, cleats, chew, cigarettes, and a bag of almonds.

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Originally Posted by Mattplusness

Cell phone, wallet, keys, cleat fixing tool, cleats, chew, cigarettes, and a bag of almonds.

ahhhh, Kodiak wintergreen used to be my go to.

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GPS, ball markers, blue Sharpie, Crown Royal miniatures and Red Man Golden Blend.

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Does the chew seem to help your game at all? ....maybe I need to pick up a can of Skoal.....Couldn't hurt, right?
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Originally Posted by Fext

Does the chew seem to help your game at all? ....maybe I need to pick up a can of Skoal.....Couldn't hurt, right?

nicotine releases dopamine, which helps focus and concentration.  after i quit dip, there was a huge transition period on the course.  i typically played my entire round while dipping, so it took some getting used to.  i would never recommend anyone taking up dip - it's incredibly difficult to quit once hooked.  i usually drink a large coffee (caffeine acts on dopamine receptors as well) before my round; that seems to give me the kick start i need.

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Everything my pockets contained prior to the round, sunscreen, rain jacket, extra socks, a variety of nuts and jerky, FRS energy chews and 3 beers because my bag has a built in cooler.

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Prison grade narcotics, car keys, phone, can of Off! pest repellent.

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Sunscreen, band-aids, wallet, car keys, two frozen (before the round) bottles of water, some mixed nuts and a poncho. Reading some of the above posts, I may add some more things, like fresh socks.

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along with all the usual golf stuff I keep a rangefinder and a flask of Crown Royal.

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Originally Posted by Stargaze

Prison grade narcotics, car keys, phone, can of Off! pest repellent.

I'm glad I am not the only one.

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Sunscreen, GPS, extra glove, rain pullover, a blue mini-sharpie (no other color), and my switch blade divot tool.

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I don't have anything very unusual, I think...

I put my car keys in my bag while playing just so I don't have to carry them in my pocket.  Other things I have are bandaids, electrical tape, a sharpie, and socks (just incase the course is really wet and my shoes don't hold out the water).

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- SKOAL Citrus

- Advil

- Medical Tape

- Water

- Extra glove / Rain Jacket / Sweat towel / Rain Grip Gloves

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Sunblock.
Pistol for killing snakes.

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