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does anyone know what model or how old this bag is?

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Money is short and I am new to the game and would like to have a bigger cart bag. Does anyone have any idea what model or how old this bag is?
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dunno, but the Bag Boy Company web site shows only 1 bag. The Revolver LE.  Maybe they produced different ones in the past?

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Oh well it looks like it will do what I want and for five bucks why not give it a try. My buddy ripped me and said it looks like it could be a woman's bag....if it is I get to hit from the ladies tee right!?? Hahaha
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dunno...but so what?  looks pretty good to me especially for 5 bucks you cant go wrong, unless the zippers are all broke, holes in the bottom, and dividers are dry rotted. Can't be too old, looks as if the ball pocket is one of those spring loaded flappers. "sides, the green matches your eyes"! (or so your buddy told us)

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That, my friend, is a thrift store special!
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Now I just need to find a nice set of thrift store clubs to replace the old ram clubs my buddy gave me!
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You would be surprised what you can find in thrift stores. As I mentioned before, I picked up a couple of Olimar Tri-metals there for about $3  apiece. Read reviews, you cant beat those things!  Even my shag  balls, whole bag of around 50 for $2.95 and several Pro V1;s in the mix.  Last week saw a Titleist 975D for a couple bucks. The original cost of that club was around $200. Of course that was over ten years ago. Also have a Tom Weiskopf 313 putter that looks brand new, No idea of how old it might be and have yet to see one on ebay for sale. Plenty of 314's though.

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Haha-all the stuff in my sig came from pawn shops and second hand bins except my Taylor Raylor which I bought new about 1990, and my bag which was a hand me down --- from my wife. OOPS--forgot about the hybrids--they were second hand though but bought from a friend, and the Wilson putter was second hand also, but a gift from a buddy.
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Im not too proud it cleaned up nicely and is a lot easier to keep organized than my old stand bag
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I like it and think its a good looking bag.  I cant remember seeing that many Bag Boy Bags.

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Looks like a nice bag, always great to find a bargain.  Never heard of Bag Boy.

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Originally Posted by TJBam

Looks like a nice bag, always great to find a bargain.  Never heard of Bag Boy.

I think that Bag Boy are better known for their golf carts (pull)

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Bag boy makes an excellent bag. Very solid. I have an older model revolver cart bag, and I have yet to find another bag I like as much. Very well constructed and will last a very long time
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This one is a little faded which I don't care about and the top pockets are worn I'm guessing from riding on a cart the vertical threads are still there but the horizontal ones are worn through so smaller things like tees and diversity tools find their way through so I'm gonna try to get some iron on denim patch and put it on the inside
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