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Artimas

What bag top style is best for organizing clubs?

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Artimas    5

I'm looking at new bags, and see that there are many types of tops and dividers. I can't decide which is best.

I'd like to get a top that allows me to keep my clubs organized and make it easy to spot a missing club. My bag now has several dividers and is highest in the center, and the clubs are just all over the place. A real mess finding the right club quickly and seeing if I accidentally left one behind.

The bags with the top angled down fro back to front look promising, but would appreciate any advice.

BTW, I almost always ride, but still want a light weight bag.

Thanks!

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PirateJim    28
I like a bag with deviders for each club since, as you mention, it both helps with organization and knowing where a specific club ought to be and to notice if something is missing. This seems to be a feature found mostly on "cart bag" styles, though I believe there are some "carry bags" that have it too. I also believe the sloping down from back to front is mostly a cart bag feature. Light weight is something most of us that schlep clubs in our car very often certainly can appreciate. Sadly, there is always going to be a trade off between weight, features (number of pockets and deviders, etc.) and durability of construction. Electric carts are the norm around my area, so cart bags are a viable option.

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Jmdmbike    29
I prefer bags with 14 way divider. Keeps everything organized. The bag I'm using now is a Titleist premium stand bag, basically a Sun Mountain Four Five. Works well and still has enough pockets and storage as an alternative to a larger, heavier cart bag. Fits nice on a power cart and on my Cliqgear push cart as well.

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