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  1. 1. What Brand of Bag Do You Use?

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Callaway warbird hot. I like the separate wood and putter dividers, insulated beverage slot and it's very stable when on the stand.

Me too! plus you gotta love the magnetic ball pocket!

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I have an all black Bennington cart bag. It has a 9 circular insert inside that has individual slots for your irons. It goes from high to low, so your 3 iron goes in the longest slot etc. It also has three compartments in the middle for woods, & a tube on each side. I put my putter in one, and a hybrid in the other. I think the model was called the "Quiet Organizer". I've had many compliments about it.

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I normally use my Cleveland 10.5 Staff bag. It's the White, Black and Gold colors from 3-4 years ago. I bought it new last spring on sale.

When I go light weight, I use a black Titleist stand bag I picked up at Goodwill for $5.00 that was in perfect condition, except for a broken leg. I replaced the tube legs with solid Aluminum and polished them. Great bag.
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Ogio Grom. I love the spring loaded ball pocket as long as it doesn't get over filled. The Woode system for organizing your woods up the side of the bag instead of at the top is cool. There is a a rubber strap at the top by the stand that keeps it from tipping and twisting on the cart. My only complaint is the umbrella holder. It is a loop at the bottom that doesn't hold the umbrella very well. When you set it down the tip will hit the ground and push it up. I had my umbrella fall out on the course last year. Thankfully someone turned it in.
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I love my new Ogio Vision SS stand bag! It's got everything you could imagine, especially for the walkers out there!

Good luck,
Ryan
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Sorta changing the topic....

I bought my first 'cart bag' as I figured most courses require carts....having 'carrying' and 'stand' bags...with double sling ogios.

When I carry the 'cart bag' to around before the round....I am finding them to be easier to carry around than the 'carrying' or 'stand' bags. More balanced.

What is everyone's experience?
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I have a Nike stand bag that I bought when Nike first came out with their golf club line. Bought a Callaway a little later but went back to the Nike because it was lighter. Might get a new bag this year, probably will look at Ogio, Ping, Cobra ( brand of irons I use). Used to have a Datrek Cart bag and loved it until I went to the driving range or would walk. Ever since then I have always used a stand bag.
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I just got rid of my Callaway XTT Xtra-Lite. I just wasn't happy with the strap system and only having 3 full length dividers sucked because I'm fanatical about keeping my grips clean and slightly tacky and they would always stick together and get tangled. I replaced it with a Callaway Warbird Hot. I love the divider system and the bag only weighs a pound or so more than my XTT.
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