What you put in your bag? Of course apart the sticks!

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  • statechamps08statechamps08  345WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 345
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    I live in San Diego which has the most playable golf days in The U.S.........i dont even own a pair of rain goloves or rain gear because i dont need it.........In my Bag Right now:



    gloves

    tees

    balls

    every sharpie mini made

    big yellow sharpie(they dont make a yellow mini)

    the line-em-up thing

    tape

    sand paper

    putting arch

    some kind of food and drink

    one big a** white towel
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  • CarloCarlo  287WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 287
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    I did not see anyone including a sewing kit!!

    I do have one in my bag!!
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  • PMoretzPMoretz  171WRX Points: 77Members Posts: 171 Fairways
    Joined:  edited Aug 31, 2006 #34
    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 pencils







    Also 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 bites







    In 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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  • packerfan1packerfan1  386WRX Points: 1Members Posts: 386 Greens
    Joined:  edited Aug 31, 2006 #35
    I always walk...



    14 clubs

    Pocket 1:

    a dozen balls (I often lose a ball or two, but then again I usually find a couple too)

    tees

    Pocket 2:

    small first aid kit with aleve, bandaids, butterflies, alcohol swabs, q tips, hand wash and gauze tape, all in a 5x5 plastic obx

    box of softspikes and spike tool (I have broken spikes during a round)

    Pocket 3:

    Several pencils, small pad of paper, miscellaneous bag clips, ball markers, divot tool, etc.

    Pocket 4:

    Bag rain cover, extra set of socks, two towels



    I haven't found a need for much else. Hanging on the side of my bag is a small towel and one of those club cleaning brushes, along with an umbrella.
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  • CarloCarlo  287WRX Points: 0Members Posts: 287
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    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 pencils







    Also 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 bites







    In 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)


    Very nicely organized indeed!
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  • r7425r7425  313WRX Points: 0Jr. Boomers Posts: 313
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    Right now:

    13 clubs-took out 3 iron, hybrid replacement coming soon.

    -about 12 golf balls

    -small first aid kit

    -sunscreen

    -windbreaker

    -small USGA rules of golf booklet

    -20 tees

    -A few quarters

    -cell phone (off, of course)

    -a half dozen repair tools and pencils

    -towel for the golf clubs, and a hand towel for me

    -black/red mini-Sharpie
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  • Rich71691Rich71691 Enough?  1957WRX Points: 0Jr. Boomers Posts: 1,957
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    Prov1 golf balls

    callaway hx.tour balls(2)

    Golf gloves

    rain hood

    If windy or chance of, windshirt

    rule book

    spike remover/tightener

    tees

    coins

    cell phone(never on have it just in case)

    1,000 repair tools even though my scotty has one

    sharpies

    line-m- up tool for putts

    2 srixon tour towels

    pencils

    once in a while an energy bar

    water if I am playing a new course(never know if they have water)
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