The new ping dlx is gorgeous though
A big bag is totally impractical.
Gave my dad the 2011 season opener Taylormade staff bag I won on here. He emails me every week saying how much he loves it and all the compliments he gets on it. My father is going to be 72 this July. Does anyone think he is a poser or doesn't deserve a staff bag to wheel around?
Who gives a crud what kind of bag someone has.
The Mad Bomber wrote:
I rock a staff bag for pushing and when I'm taking a buggy. There's tons of room for rain gear and all the other stuff you'd want in your bag and you don't have to put a puzzle together to get it all in there. I rock a light weight carry bag when I'm hoofing it but have to be a lot more conscientious about what's going in there and what I'll need that day. I have a sweet Sunday bag for short courses, practice and time with the kids.
Long and short of it, staff bags are awesome, but it all depends on what you need from a bag for a particular round. But it helps if you're playing off a low single digit lol.
Reviving an old thread. I ended up buying and using a staff bag for sometime. Sold it because it was falling apart. I am thinking about getting another one because I only ride here in AZ. I love the size and love a nice looking bag.
Anyone out there liking their staff bag?
I recently bought a Mizuno pro cart bag which is basically a bigger cart bag with slightly more room but smaller than a staff. Looks awesome
I've been looking at those bags but have a question for when they're on a cart...
Looking at the photo on their website they have a slot for a cart strap on the side of the bag but it looks like the strap would then cover one of the top pockets, is that the case?
If it's like the PING bags, it tunnels all the way through, so it would be under/behind that top white pocket with the blue pull tab.
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Excellent, so when in a bag it would look like this:
Yes, that's my guess based on other cart bags I've seen. However, I've not seen that specific bag in person, but I think it's a safe assumption because it would be a terrible design otherwise.
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