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Golf Bags TaylorMade Pro Stand Bag

TaylorMade Pro Stand Bag

Woman, Unisex, Man, Golf Bag, Stand Bag

£129.00
Clubhouse Golf
NordicaGolf
in 9 stores
Cobra Ultralight Pro Golf Cart Bag

Cobra Ultralight Pro Golf Cart Bag

Adult, Waterproof Golf Bag

£126.50
Affordable Golf
Clubhouse Golf
in 9 stores

Three tips when buying a golf bag

The golf bag’s storage is its most important feature. Ideally, it should have a compartment for each club – then they won’t bang against each other and it’ll be easier for you to find what you need.

A good bag also has room for an extra sweater, raincoat or something to eat. It's also a good idea to have a special compartment for your phone or wallet.

Don’t let a little rain stop you. A waterproof golf bag keeps your contents dry even when it's pouring down. There are also water-repellent materials. They can withstand moisture, but not a large amount of rain as they aren’t waterproof.

The best golf bag for you depends on how much support and space you need.

  • A trolley bag is gentler on your body, as you pull it on a trolley instead of carrying it. After a long day on the course, the last thing you want to do is come home with back pains.

  • A carry bag is easy to move, as you just throw it over your shoulder. It also frees up your hands.

  • A pencil bag is the smallest model. It usually has a one larger and one smaller compartment, where you can fit your clubs and balls.

Feel like adding your very own personal touch to your golf bag? Here's 7 tips for you from Golfshake.

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