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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 Callaway bag has 14 dividers and a putter tube so the clubs go in a specific order.  If my wife would pick up a wedge of mine by the green she just stands it up at my bag she wont even put it in because she thinks she will mess up my system.  It does bother me a bit to have one spot open because of the 14 club rule but I leave the same spot open all the time.  Why didnt they make 13 dividers with a putter tube?

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Here is John's 4 club set up.

If I ever hit my 7-iron 195, let along INTO A BREEZE, I will take off my shirt, carefully wrap the club in it, and carry it all the way back to my car even if I am on the hole farthest from the par

I switch the position of my Driver/3W/Hybrid with wedges/putter when switching between carrying and using a push cart so the toe hang of the irons doesn't bang on the graphite shafts.

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I am in Group D.  My wife is Group A.

Wedges in front

Short Irons

Long Irons

Hybrids and Drive in the Back

Putter in the putter sleeve.

I have individual dividers so everything goes into the same slot from which it was retrieved.  Is there really any other way?

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I'm anal so I answered D.  I have a 14-way divided bag in a 3-4-4-3 pattern back to front.

[Driver] [4i] [5i]

[3W] [6i] [7i] [8i]

[18*H] [9i] [PW] [GW]

[21*H] [54*W] [58*W]

There's also a dedicated putter well.

And, yes, I carry 15 clubs.  I'm not competing so I just don't give a damn

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I have a 14 way divider bag, 3-3-4-4 pattern with an external putter well. Clubs always go back to their specific slot, and I keep the middle slot in the 2nd row open as I carry 14. My regular golf partner is the exact opposite of me, and will mess up my bag just to get me going:-D.
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Originally Posted by TourSpoon


Everyone knows that the 7 iron has to go into the space where you took it from and that is with the 8 and 9 iron. It doesn't have to be in order, but it has to go in there.

I have a staff  stand bag so it goes like this.


Top left - Driver, 3w 5wd
Top right - 2h, 3i 7 wd, 4H
mid left - 4, 5H, 6i
mid right - 7, 8, 9i
bottom L - pw, sw, lw gap
bottom R - SW, LW, putter

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(Back of bag)


3 wood, 2 hybrid,  4 hybrid, putter

7,8,9 iron                 5,6iron

gw,pw,                     54*,58*,

(front of bag)

Each group is one of the sections

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I use an Ogio Chamber Bag - this is how it's set up currently.


3W                        6i

7I              3H             8i

9i        4H          5H       PW


GW                      60*


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In my 6 way divider Callaway x hot staff bag


driver, putter                        5 wood, 9 wood

5,6,7 irons                            8,9 irons

Niblick SW, PW                   37* Niblick, AW, 58*


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