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Mens Golf Bags

The days when golf bags for men had to be bulky and heavy and constructed with materials like leather are over. Now, in most cases, materials with significantly less weight are just as durable and just as big if not bigger than the old style. If your bag is over 5 years old, you are missing out on some important innovations.
Ogio Woode 15 Golf Cart Bag
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Ogio Woode 15 Golf Cart Bag

Ogio

$229.95 $280.00

TaylorMade 8.0 Golf Stand Bag
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Titleist Permium Golf Stand Bag
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Titleist Midsize Golf Cart Bag
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Datrek Superlite Golf Cart Bag
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Datrek Superlite Golf Cart Bag

Datrek

$159.99 $180.00

Volvik Marvel Ultralight Golf Stand Bag
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Callaway Chev 14 Golf Cart Bag
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Callaway Chev 14 Golf Cart Bag

Callaway

$199.99 $209.99

Bag Boy CB-15 Golf Cart Bag
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TaylorMade Cart 8.0 Golf Cart Bag
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TaylorMade Cart 8.0 Golf Cart Bag

Taylor Made

$174.99 $179.99

Bag boy Nitron Auto-Open Pushcart
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Bag boy Nitron Auto-Open Pushcart

Bag Boy

$269.99 $279.99

Bag Boy Quad XL Golf Push Cart
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Bag Boy Quad XL Golf Push Cart

Bag Boy

$229.95 $249.99

Ogio Fuse 4 Golf Stand Bag
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Ogio Fuse 4 Golf Stand Bag

Ogio

$179.95 $230.00

Bridgestone Lightweight Golf Stand Bag
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Bridgestone Lightweight Golf Stand Bag

Bridgestone

$129.99 $149.99

Zero Friction Air Lite Golf Stand Bag
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Bag Boy T-750 Golf Bag Travel Cover
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Bag Boy T-750 Golf Bag Travel Cover

Bag Boy

$139.95 $149.95

3 Differences Between Men’s and Women’s Golf Bags

  1. Length: Men’s bags tend to be a bit longer reflecting the somewhat taller average height for men.
  2. Weight: Because the bags are longer, men’s bags are slightly heavier than women’s.
  3. Design: Manufacturers are getting very savvy about bag design. Color schemes, piping, and the overall look can vary from men’s designs to women’s.

4 Categories of Bags

Most bags will fall into one of the following four categories:

  1. Staff(or Tour) bags: Generally used by professional golfers, these are the biggest, heaviest and most expensive bags in the market. Some are specifically designed for a logo to be highly visible (yes, TV is a factor here). These are usually thought of as bags to be carried by a caddy. Weighing in at a hefty 10 pounds or more, they may be suitable for stopping a Sherman tank - not often found on courses in the United States.

  2. Cart bags: Usually 6 pounds and up, these are used on, yes that’s correct, a cart. Whether you use a push or pull style cart while walking - even if it is motorized, or if you ride around on a cart, these bags are for you. They have the durability to withstand bouncing around on a cart. 

  3. Stand bags: Clearly designed for the person who likes to get a maximum workout on the course. When someone is carrying their clubs, they will like the fact that these can weigh 5 pounds or even less. They have some sort of assembly, usually two legs, that deploy when the bag is placed on end and it stays upright making it easy to access clubs. Some models have backpack style straps allowing the golfer to carry the bag on their back.

  4. Travel bags: Made for the golfer that plays in many locations with plane travel a key consideration. There are many variations. This bag will hold your on-course bag and protect it and your expensive clubs from damage as it bangs around in baggage carts, airplane holds, and rental car trunks. They can be either soft sided with padding or hard sided. They are not designed to either look good or to be carried onto the course.

What are the Most Important Features in a Bag?

Other than weight, there are several important features to shop for:

  • Dividers: Keeping the clubs apart from each other will keep them from scratching and denting.

  • Pockets: How many pockets you need depends on how much stuff you carry. Rain gear. Balls. Tees. Umbrella. All these and more can go into pockets.

  • Strap: Especially important for anyone who carries their clubs.

  • Price: While not the most important feature, keeping an eye on the budget is always a good idea.

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