Ok, I admit it. I was one of those guys who had plastic cylinders in my bag. It made it super easy to slide the clubs in & out without binding or jamming and they protected the grips. But I noticed that after a time they abraided the surface of the graphite shafts of my driver & 3-wood so after switching to graphite for all my clubs I got rid of the cylinders. Now the clubs, specifically the grips, are causing jams at the bottom and this is in a big, wide mouth Ogio, so I'm looking at new bags.
I notice now that a LOT of the new bags have 14 or 15 way dividers, some full length, others only at the top with the full length ones made of fabric, nylon I'm guessing. Do either of these styles actually do the job and prevent jamming or does the fabric at the bottom collapse or get bunched together making the club separation feature useless?
I called my Mizuno contact and he said you should absolutely not have that issue and they’d take them back instantly.
Something continues to feel off here.
Brand new legit clubs don’t behave that way. I’ve never seen it.
And no need to keep talking up PINGs. Over the last year several people here had the thin coating on their PING irons peel.