14 way stand bag

Hi Forum
I’m after a 14 way stand bag, and would like some advice recommendations please!
Thanks

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  • SammyShafSammyShaf Members Posts: 290 ✭✭

    I used a sun mountain 4.5 then switched back to 3.5.. The individual dividers were not as convenient when walking.

    If anything can go right, it might!
  • Hougz79Hougz79 Members Posts: 319 ✭✭

    I love the looks of my 2017/2018 Titleist 14 in Sleet/Black/Red.

    However I absolutely hate the 14 way top they adopted post-2013. When Sun Mountain made Titleist bags they were awsome. But I too am in search of a new stand bag this summer. Probably going SM 4.5. I've used them in the past. Well made, full length dividers, and the layout is sensible to me personally. I have used a 2016 Ping Hoofer 14 as well. Perfect pocket layout. Awesome straps. But I would get the 5 way top instead of the 14 if I ever got another Hoofer.

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  • ultimatelightweightultimatelightweight Members Posts: 9 ✭✭

    Thanks.
    Am looking at the Callaway Fusion 14 at the mo. I don’t have a massive budget unfortunately.
    Played today and after fitting mid-size grips, it’s a struggle to get clubs in and out of my current 6 way.

  • joakimpekkarijoakimpekkari Barsebäck G&CC, SwedenMembers Posts: 18 ✭✭

    I'm currently using the 2018 Titleist Players 14 and I honestly wish I would've bought the normal one with 4 or 6 dividers. I can't quite seem to find a good layout and grips are rubbing anyway... It's a shame cause previous 14 divider bags I've had from Ohio have been pretty great.

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  • jetmech879jetmech879 Members Posts: 1,185 ✭✭
    edited Apr 27, 2019 10:03pm #6

    If you primarily ride, the sun mountain c-130s is the best out there. If you walk, go with the 4.5 LS for the dual straps. Sun Mountain is probably the best out there. They do it right with the full length individual dividers. Club tangle drives me bat $##t crazy!
    I should add that mizuno got it right this year to with their new pro stand bag. That is a sweet bag too but I like the cart style bags better.

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  • ultimatelightweightultimatelightweight Members Posts: 9 ✭✭

    @jetmech879 said:
    If you primarily ride, the sun mountain c-130s is the best out there. If you walk, go with the 4.5 LS for the dual straps. Sun Mountain is probably the best out there. They do it right with the full length individual dividers. Club tangle drives me bat $##t crazy!
    I should add that mizuno got it right this year to with their new pro stand bag. That is a sweet bag too but I like the cart style bags better.

    Yeah I love the new Mizuno bag, buts it’s a little out of my budget.
    Now considering a 6/7 way bag as I hear 14 ways create much more club chatter which drives me nuts!

  • Jack PearsallJack Pearsall Members Posts: 3,334 ✭✭
    edited Apr 28, 2019 9:30pm #8

    A lot of 14s are heavier and can be a drag to carry.
    Always liked Sun Mtn.

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