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Great Golf Bag

When selecting a golf bag, you will first choose between two important styles: cart bags and stand carry bags. The golf cart bag is designed for play with a golf cart. A cart-style bag can typically offer a wide variety of features, pockets and extra storage that a stand carry bag may not have. When the golf cart is going to be the chief mode of transportation for your clubs and other equipment, choosing a solid, durable, and well-equipped cart bag allows you to maximize the equipment you carry as well as the way you carry it.

The second major type of golf bag is a golf stand carry bag. This type of bag differs from a golf cart bag because it is designed to be carried not by the golf cart, but by the golfer. Therefore, one of the most noticeable differences between the two is the bag’s layout. A bag meant to be carried will come with one or two shoulder straps, and will also be equipped with strong but lightweight legs to prop the bag up when you stop to take a shot. Stand carry bags are also known for being lightweight while still strong and durable. The more streamlined the bag’s features are, the easier it is for you to carry your gear as you traverse the course on foot.

Therefore, each of the two major golf bag styles presents different advantages, depending on what you are looking for in your game. If you and those with whom you play prefer golf carts, then the golf cart bag is certainly the preferred style for you. This type is a durable, protective bag that presents to you many options in terms of extra storage and features. For golfers who walk, a golf stand carry bag is the route to go. Designed to be lightweight, durable, protective and easy to carry, a carry bag gives you everything you need with nothing you don’t.

Ultimately, you should buy your golf bag based on personal preference and style. Determine which type of bag you prefer, or have one of each for varying games. Then assess the features offered by each bag and compare them to your own needs and preferences as a golfer. Lastly, style can also play a role in your selection. Weigh these factors to select a golf bag that is right for you as a golfer and as an individual.