Three Types Of Golf Bags
Granted, a golf bag will not improve your game. However, a great golf bag will actually make the game a lot easier for you to play and a lot easier for your caddy to handle on the course. This is where the decision to get a good bag is essential.
There are so many things to consider when you are buying a golf bag and this may include weight, size, and functionality. But the most important thing to keep in mind is to know that there are three types of bags that you can choose from. They may all look the same but they actually aren't. Here is a rundown of the three kinds of golf bags that you can spend your hard-earned money on.
• Staff Golf Bags – You have probably seen these golf bags since they are the largest ones available to the market and the largest on the course. These are also the heaviest ones and if you really want to give your caddy a hard time, this is the one to buy. Of course, a golf cart might come in handy when zipping around with this bag. Staff golf bags are actually some of the most used bags on the course by professionals because they contain all the things that golfers need. There are pockets for all golfing accessories and for much more like towels, shirts and perhaps a golf umbrella needed for those hot days on the course. These bags are also some of the most expensive but it really depends on what brand is purchased.
• Cart Golf Bags – Strangely enough there are smaller golf bags that can be dragged around on carts. These are cart bags and although they are smaller than staff golf bags, they are just as capable for storage and they are more convenient to have around on the course. The great thing about these bags is that they can hold a lot of your things and you can also drag them around on wheeled carts which means you won't have to always hire the services of a caddy.
• Carry bags – if you haven't seen carry golf bags already, then you must know that these are not the most practical when it comes to storage of your golf clubs and accessories. They are really small and they don't have that many pockets. The pockets that they do have are not that big and these are only really good if you want to have a quick game of golf or if you are going to hit the driving range or putt field. These bags are designed to be carried by golfers and not their caddies because they are lightweight and small. They are a great choice for golfers who like to play alone and carry their own tools.
These are the three types of bags that you can choose from when making a golf bag purchase. If you already own one of these, you may want to consider getting the other two just for convenience so that you have a bag for any occasion.