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Sun Mountain S-One Cart Bag

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As the title reads, does anyone use this bag? I am searching for a new cart bag with full length dividers that can fit on a Tour Trek push cart. While researching this bag I was not able to see if it had an umbrella holder. The reviews are good from what I have read and was hoping for some durability reviews as well as performance from some members. thanks

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Just bought one for the wife the only complaint I have is that when full loaded it falls foward easily when standing up at home and not on a cart. She still likes it even though I have asked her if she wants to exchange it for something else.

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We have to lean it into a corner with all the pockets facing the corner

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Thanks for the response. I am now in between the s1 or the sync. The only difference I can tell from viewing online is no towel rings on the s1 and of course the $50 difference between the 2.
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Should have changed the name of this thread as I am on the fence about a few bags. I have narrowed it down to 2 brands. Ogio and Sun Mountain. For the Ogio bags I have like the woode top on a few of the stand bags haven't been blown away by the cart bags I have seen from Ogio. Sun Mountain seems to really be golfer minded with there bags. The four 5 has some appeal for a stand bag. The Sync and the S-One are the front runners. I guess my decision really comes down to stand bag or cart. Anyone have any feedback to assist a push cart weekend warrior
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