This cart bag is designed to protect each club from hitting one another and making excessive rattling noises. With its design, you can easily find the club you need and notice if one is missing.
This cart bag features 7 pockets to hold various items and a 14-way top to conveniently and securely store clubs. With a padded, single shoulder strap, this bag is easy to maneuver.
With an external putter tube, this bag is designed for people who like to store their putter externally, yet securely. This bag is also great for putters with large heads.
This bag comes equipped with two velcro straps to prevent the bag from twisting and also keeps the straps from getting in the way when using the multiple pockets.
As a golfer, one of the best pieces of equipment that you can find to ensure that you have a seamless round is the golf cart bag. Even the most basic modern golf bag has features to keep you comfortable and organized on the course.
Modern age innovation and design have reinvented golf bags from their previous cumbersome models of the past into stylish, efficient, and lightweight bags a golfer can be proud to display on the course.
With a vast selection of bags to choose from, there is a list of things you should check out before deciding on which cart bag fits the bill.
Before you commit to a cart bag, you need to know which features are generally offered on the market. The list of features below will make it easier for you to find the best golf cart bag for your game and budget.
Golf bag makers apply a lot of different techniques to keep your clubs from smashing against one another. The divider system of your cart bag is the club storage area and determines how you strategically place your clubs in the bag.
Some cart bags come with a lot of large openings where you can store three to four of your clubs, while others come equipped with an individual divider for each club. At the end of the day, it all comes down to your own personal preference.
A dividing system that offers a spot for each individual club is usually really great in most situations. Bags that use this divider system will prevent your clubs from hitting one another and leaving dents and dings.
Cart bags come in different configurations, shapes, sizes, and colors. When choosing the best golf cart bag for you, it is great to have the choice to make it a little more personal.
A lot of cart bag brands will offer standard or stock color pallets, but some will also grant you the option to customize the bag. Although this is usually a pricier option, it is a good way to show your personality and have your bag stand out.
Although cart bags are designed to be attached to the golf cart during play, you may still need to carry them occasionally while practising or playing on the course. If you love to carry your bag and walk sometimes then you need to consider this.
Owning a bag that is durable and protective yet lightweight will be a lifesaver for you especially if play consistently. A lightweight cart bag will save you the discomfort that comes from lugging your clubs around a dozen holes or even just walking them to the driving range and back. However, lighter bags are usually less likely to stand up over time, so you may be trading some durability for comfort.
One of the best features of golf cart bags is that they have more storage pockets and total storage space than any other golf bag style.
Cart bags typically have large pockets designed to store specific items in your golf arsenal. These different pockets will feature dedicated shoe storage pouches and other storage spaces for your rain gear and extra golf balls.
If you use a rangefinder, a lot of golf cart bags feature a dedicated storage compartment that is lined with soft material that will protect your optics from all possible damage. Additionally, a lot of cart bags offer insulated pockets that preserve your cool drinks throughout the play.
Some will have fleece-lined pockets for valuables, too, which is great for people who don’t take off their watch and wallet until it’s game time.
The entire point of cart bags is to protect your clubs from dents and damage during transport and provide easy access to your clubs when you are out on the course. When you are choosing a cart bag for your clubs, you need to consider the padding throughout the bag’s body – more specifically, around the top of the bag near your club heads.
The most vulnerable spot on the golf club is the point where the shaft meets the head. Owning a bag that can protect this area of the club throughout the day will save you from damaged club heads.
One last thing to consider when buying a golf cart bag is the handle of the bag. If you’re carrying a golf bag, it has to feel comfortable. The handle is more important than most people realize because not only do you carry the bag with this, but you also need it as a securing anchor when strapping the bag onto the golf cart. Ensure your handle is well-built and made from the best materials possible.
A rubberized handle that is easy to grip is always a great choice. Rubber does well in most situations and features non-slick materials that make carrying the bag easy and helps keep the bag secure while riding in the cart.
The key to avoiding going through this process again soon after purchasing the right cart bag is to keep your bag in the best shape possible. You will need to consistently take care of the bag and make sure it is in the best working order it can be.
If water finds its way into the bottom of your bag during play (which tends to happen) you need to remove all the water from the bag’s internal structure to avoid it weakening the structural integrity of the bag and getting onto the grips of your clubs.
You can follow the instructions of the manufacturer for cleaning your bag. Most will advise you to clean up with some elbow grease and a little bit of fabric conditioner but you need to be careful on this though as not every cleaning conditioner will work with all fabrics. Always try to ensure have the best products for the materials of your bag.
It is advisable to ensure that you remove any beverages or liquids from the bag after every golf outing. The last thing you want to happen is a leak as they can cause long-lasting issues with the bag’s pocket systems.
Dividers are one of the most important features of a cart bag. Dividers without much space between each slot will cause snagging when taking your clubs out. Well-spaced-out dividers enable you to easily extract your clubs.
Organizing your golf bag is really dependent on your personal preferences. Some golfers love to have their clubs in a specific order so they know what to grab and do not have to search for it, while others prefer to have them laid out differently within the bag. To avoid future confusion, make sure you have a designated storage area for each type of equipment.
Most golf bags are waterproof these days. Some subtle features of a bag actually make it better under the elements, like rubberized zippers and a draining function in the bottom of the bag. To improve your bag's waterproofing quality, you can try to reinforce any seams in your bag’s fabric with sealants.