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  1. 1. How do you organize your bag?

    • Put the clubs whereever
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    • Put clubs in any open divider
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    • Always group certain clubs together
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    • Every club has one right location. Just one!
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Here’s mine. It’s missing the Driver, 6 and 9 irons because I’m a dummy and left them in my practice bag. 
Playing with a 3 and 4 hybrid in addition to the 3 and 5 wood.

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I use a BagBoy Revolver so rack slot is made for a single club...I obviously have them placed in sequential order with the two exceptions being the driver and putter which are kept in their tubes outside the revolving compartments.

Driver: :callaway: Rogue  /  Woods: :tmade: M2 3&5W’s / Hybrid: :tarmour: 25* / Irons: :ping: i500’s /  Wedges: :edel: 54*, 58*

Putter: :scotty_cameron: Futura 5W  Ball: :titleist: AVX optic yellow 

 -Jonny

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I am a big fan of the 4 way full divider. Driver, fairway and 3 hybrid in the back slot. Pw-8 in the left slot. 7-5 in the right. Sand wedge and putter in the front. 

:sunmountain: 2.5 + stand bag                          
:callaway: Mavrik driver
 :ping: hybrid 20  
:tmade: M2 3HL                                                          :pxg: 0211 6-gw

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On 4/9/2021 at 11:59 AM, boogielicious said:

Here’s mine. It’s missing the Driver, 6 and 9 irons because I’m a dummy and left them in my practice bag. 
Playing with a 3 and 4 hybrid in addition to the 3 and 5 wood.

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When you ride do you rearrange your clubs or just reach around the long ones to get to the irons?

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9 hours ago, Zippo said:

When you ride do you rearrange your clubs or just reach around the long ones to get to the irons?

No. The long clubs face out in a riding cart. Sometimes the wedges can be a pain to get to depending on the cart.

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Scott

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I heard somewhere a long time ago that good players always put their putter and driver together.  Well, doing that didn’t make me a better golfer but now I’m self conscious about that.

 

Driver :cobra:  Fly-Z+ 

3W, 5W :bridgestone:  J33

4-PW :wilsonstaff: D9

52, 55, 60  :wilson: Harmonized

Putter :wilsonstaff: 8882

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Top to bottom:

  • Shortest club
  • Longest club
  • Three long clubs
  • Second longest club
  • Three clubs shorter than the long clubs
  • The long-ish club I rarely use, but can be nice from the rough
  • Three short clubs, but not as short as the shortest
  • A club longer than the three long clubs, but not quite the same

Ogio Grom | Callaway X Hot Pro | Callaway X-Utility 3i | Mizuno MX-700 23º | Titleist Vokey SM 52.08, 58.12 | Mizuno MX-700 15º | Titleist 910 D2 9,5º | Scotty Cameron Newport 2 | Titleist Pro V1x and Taylormade Penta | Leupold GX-1

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I have four "rooms" in my bag: 

Top: Driver (Callaway Mavrik), 4 wood (Old Cobra King) 

Mid-left: 4-7 irons (Callaway Mavrik)

Mid-right: 8-9 irons, PW and AW (Callaway Mavrik)

Bottom: 52°, 56°, 60° (Cobro King Pur) and putter (Old Odyssey white steel)

Allways tidy, not allways clean.... 

In the bag: Callaway Mavrik SZ 10,5 driver (X stiff), Cobra King 4 wood (Stiff, 2006 model), Callaway Mavrik irons 4 - P+A (stiff), Cobra King Pur wedges 52, 56 and 60 (stiff) and Odessey white steel putter.  Very happy with the set and the gapping. 

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Every club has its spot.  Sometimes my caddie messes it up, I have to fire him!  I am still adjusting to how my clubs ride on my electric trolley, since they are at an angle they hang differently than they did on the back of a cart.  

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Very carefully.

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What's in Shane's Bag?     

Ball: 2021 :srixon: Z-Star XV

Driver: :srixon:: ZX7  3W: ZX 7W: :tmade: SLDR

I (4-AW): :srixon: ZX7 54°, 58°, 62°: :cleveland: RTX Zipcore

Putter: Meridian Charleston with my daughters names on the rear bumpers.

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4-way divider: 

 

----DR-3W-3H-Putter-----

----4i,5i,6i-------7i,8i,9i

      ---PW,SW, GW___

 

putter seems to float between top spot and bottom during the round.  

:tmade:  - SIM2 - Kuro Kage silver 60 shaft
:cobra:  - F9 3W, 15 degree - Fukijara Atmos white tour spec stiff flex shaft

:tmade: - M2 hybrid, 19 degree
:tmade: - GAPR 3 iron - 18degree
:mizuno: MP-H5 4-5 iron, MP-25 6-8 iron, MP-5 9-PW

Miura - 1957 series k-grind - 56 degree
:bettinardi: - 52 degree
:titleist: - Scotty Cameron Newport 2 - Putter

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Top left: 3W, 4H
Top right: Driver
Next slot down: 3, 4, 5 irons
Next slot down: 6, 7 irons
Bottom left: 8, 9 irons
Bottom right: PW and 56 degree wedge
Outside left: putter
Outside right: Gold Flex trainer to hang club towel

The last two get swapped depending on if I am driving or a passenger in the cart.

I used to arrange my tool box a specific way when I was a field engineer. I hated it when people would borrow a tool and put it back in the "wrong" place. What's the matter with them? Can't they see where it is supposed to go? 🙃

Jeff

In the bag:
:callaway: Epic Max 9.0 Project X Cypher 40 R 5.5
:tmade: R11S 3 Fairway
:ping: G425 4 & 5 hybrid 6-PW :cleveland: RTX 56 degree
:titleist: - Scotty Cameron Newport Select 2

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