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How Do You Arrange Clubs in your Bag?


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  1. 1. How do you organize your bag?

    • Put the clubs whereever
    • Put clubs in any open divider
    • Always group certain clubs together
    • Every club has one right location. Just one!

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My bag has 1 big slot on the top
2 rows of 3 slot dividers
and 1 big slot on the bottom

My bag is setup like this.

Driver and 3 wood
5 Wood, 3 Hybrid, 4 Hybrid
5i-6i, 7i-8i, 9i-pw

Sometimes I switch out my 5 wood for a 56w
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I have a ping bag with 15 individual slots... Clubs go back to their slot every time, no questions asked...

Now why did ping make that bag with 15 slots, don't they know if drives me insane having that one empty slot???

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I like to group mine in certain order. I am a nut about ensuring i have not left a club on the green. I lost a nice Vokey wedge and never to be seen again once. I also use headcovers to help keep inventory on my irons.
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I start the round with all the clubs in a specific order. After a shot the club go back in the same hole. May be not in the same order but in the same slot.
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  • 1 year later...
Hello, this is my first post.

I recently bought my Callaway X22 Stand Bag and i would like to know the best way to organize my clubs.
I have 1, 3, 5 wood, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 irons, PW, SW and Putter.

How can i organize my clubs in my bag for the best way? The bag have 7way full lenght divider.

Best Regards,

(Azores, Portugal)
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I'm glad to see that I am not the only truely anal OCD golfer out there. I recently purchased a Bagbay Revolver Pro bag to help with this. It has 14 individual tubes on a rotating top. as well as a well for a ball retriever/umbrella in back, and a separate putter and wedge well in front. I use the front wells when in play, and each club is returned to its own hole after each play. They are arranged with the putter in the front center hole, the 52* and 58* to the two holes immediately to the right of the putter. The PW is immeditely to the left and they continue numerically in order through the 2h., which fills all of the outer tubes the two holes in the center are reserved for the 3w and driver. This new set-up is perfect for the OC type not only because of the individual tubes for each club, but it also has clips in each tube to hole the clubs in place (a very nice feature) so they don't bang and clank against each other. Of course there is the removeable cooler on the bottom of the bag behind the ball pouch. It will easily hold a 6 pack of my favorite beverage with ice, and slides right into and course with a "no personal cooler" policy. This feature is also very nice when walking with a push cart.
Balls are stored in the ball pocket, gloves in the one at top front, tees and markers directly behind that pocket. Rain cover is in the left side pocket. I guess thats it.
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my clubs are in groups

Driver - 3w together
3hybird - 4 hybrid together
5i,6i together
7i, 8i together
9i, pw together
aw, sw, lw together
putter is all alone
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I really don't care where the clubs are.. as long as I have not forgotten one on the edge of a green . A friend has a place for every club. One time he grabbed what he thought was a 9 Iron on a short 3 par and ended up hitting a 4 iron like a scolded dong over the green. The ball hit a tree and bounded back on the green. He had no idea that the club he hit was not a 9 iron until he looked down at the number. When asked.. he just said... I grabbed the club where the 9 is supposed to be and hit it. I laughed so hard I cried. I still have no idea how he did not notice the lack of loft on the club.
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every club has it's spot
driver, putter alone
4w & the 52 wedge share a spot
4, 5, 6 together
7,8,9 together
PW, and 56 together

and always cleaned after every round.....yep, I have ADD AND OCD!! hahaha!!
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If I am really playing and our group is playing competitive and fast then I jam it in where ever... If I am in a slow group then I will put it in its place.

Everything goes it is slot after the round, practice session, or cleaning.
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i set my clubs like this...
ooo mystorius haha

top left - driver
top right - fwy and hybrid
mid left - 3, 4 and 5 irons
mid right - 6, 7 and 8 irons
bottom left - 9 and pw
bottom right - 56, 60 and putter
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My clubs are always in order.

driver -- 3 wood -- 5 wood
3 iron, 4 iron -- 5 iron, 6 iron -- 7 iron, 8 iron
9 iron, pitching wedge, sand wedge, lob wedge

For expedience, the last four get a bit out of order sometimes during a round. But as soon as possible, they get put right back in order. I wish I had a divider on that bottom section. It would help with the organization.
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