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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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I have two Ogio bags I use regularly.

The cart bag has 15 slots. I put the putter in the top middle one.
In the next row down, it's driver, 3W, hybrid.
The next row is 3I, 4I, 5I, 6I.
The next row is 7I, 8I, 9I, PW.
The final row is SW, [empty], LW.

In the Schling with the "Woode" top, I put the putter in the top big opening.
Down the left side, it's driver, 3W, hybrid, LW.
The first row is 3I, 4I, 5I.
The second row is 6I, 7I, 8I.
Row three has 9I, PW, SW.

Haven't changed the setup in about two years, maybe three.
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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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In my TM Burner stand bag..

Left vertical slots-3,4 and 5 Hybrids
First row - 4,5,6 and 7 irons
Second row - 8,9 PW and GW
Bottom row- Putter and SW
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In my Golfsmith stand bag:

Top Row: Driver, 3W and 5W
Middle Left: 3i, 4i and 5i
Middle Right: 6i, 7i and 8i
Bottom Left: 9i and PW
Bottom Center: Putter
Bottom Right: SW and LW
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i try to keep it organized with my driver up top and then my woods in descending order followed by irons in descending order with wedges and putter at the bottom, but half way through around eveything is all out of order.
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Please... tell me more about this "bag organization" concept. In intrigues me. LOL LOL LOL

I haven't yet figured out WHERE to put everything. I don't even have a golf bag cart yet.

I'm lucky if my socks match, actually.
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Please... tell me more about this "bag organization" concept. In intrigues me. LOL LOL LOL

i've taken two shots off my handicap through bag organization techniques, it really helps

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i've taken two shots off my handicap through bag organization techniques, it really helps

You really contribute to every thread you post in

Keep it up
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I have to admit that I enjoy cleaning my clubs and organizing my bag on days that I don't get to play golf. In fact, I just finished cleaning them (I wash and my 6 year old daughter helps dry them). I'm rather OCD about where they go in the bag, but I have recently switched them up, sort of like moving the furniture around in your living room...gives you the feel of something different without soending a gob of money.
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I've had a couple of different bags over the years, and always hated the mess that my clubs would get into. This time I shopped for a bag with 14 full length dividers. I got exactly what I wanted. My clubs are in numerical order from driver to putter. There's specific pockets for balls, tees, snacks, first aid (sunscreen, antacid, a band aid, etc), cold drink and more. I love it.

I wash my clubs after every use, and they get washed in order as well, so I can keep up with which one I just got done with (there's lots of distractions with a chatty wife and 5 year old daughter )

Everything has it's place. I was the same way when I still worked in the field, if a screwdriver got put in the wrong slot of my tool pouch, it'd mess me up and I would have to look for it. I could reach (still can) into my pouch, and grab exactly the right tool without looking.

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I group my driver separate, my 3 wood and 3 hybrid together, then my 4 and 5 together, 6 and 7 together, 8 and 9 together, and my pw, sw, and lw together, my putter separate.
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My bag only have 5 slots, which annoys me because the grips touch each other in the bag and they never fit nicely.
In each of the slots the top on which is the full width of the bag I put my Driver and 3 wood and putter. They all have covers so they don't get dinged up.
The rest are grouped in together, 3-5, 6-8, 9,PW,SW.
Now my bag is ripping so time to get a new bag
Might go with a bag with more individual slots.

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i just got the callaway warbird stand bag, so im still trying to decide how to organize the bag.

anyone here have this bag and is willing to tell me how they have set their clubs in them?
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I am very anal when it comes to putting clubs back in the bag.

Top left: 3-Iron and hybrid
Top right: Driver
Middle left: 4-6 Iron
Middle right: 7-9 Iron
Bottom left: PW and Wedge
Bottom right: Putter
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