PMoretz wrote on Sep 1 2006, 05:54 AM:
I've actually cut back what I carry in my golf bag to the following:In the big side pocket:
- Valuables pouch to hold my wallet, keys and cell phone
- 2/3 golf gloves (kept in their package)
- An emergency sleeve in my big pocket in case I forget to restock
- 2 bottles of water (never sure if the course water dispensers will be empty)
- A plastic bag with approximately 6 granola bars
- A windshirt (depends on the weather)The following are kept in a pouch in a side pocket of my golf bag:
- Coins for marking my golf ball on the green
- Sharpies for marking my golf balls
- A couple of divot repair tools
- A tube of Chapstick
- A couple extra pencilsAlso in the side pocket:
- A copy of the Rules of Golf
- A "Line-M-Up" for marking a putting line on my golf balls
- A scorecard and yardage book holder (contains some notes, my handicap card and a picture of my wife)
- A small bottle of Advil
- A small bag of Claritin, cold tablets, and band-aids
- An "After Bite" stick for insect bitesIn a small pocket at the bottom of my golf bag:
- Approximately 12 golf balls
- A bag of assorted golf tees (Zero Friction, Brush Tees, Pre-height tees, regular tees) which hangs from my towel ring
- A rain hood for my golf bag (stored in the small valuables pocket along the sie of my bag)
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