Callaway Golf Hyper-Lite 3.0 Stand Bag, Black
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- 8-Inch Top with 3-Way Divider
- Izzo double strap comfort system, Xtra traction flex foot base with stabilizing stand system and pen holder
- Fleece lined valuables pocket, waterproof pocket, full length apparel pocket, double zipper ball pocket, fluid storage pocket
- Accommodates a full set of 14 clubs
- Includes rainhood
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Top Customer Reviews
In my quest, I looked at pencil bags, sunday bags etc....and I had two big issues with them:
1) they don't stand
2) they're too small
In my research I came across this bag from Callaway:
1) it's new for 2010
2) it weighs in at 3lbs
3) it can carry a full set of clubs (I wouldn't)
4) it's a stand bag
5) it has tons of pockets and even a pen holder and towel holder
6) very nicely padded backpack style carry strap (you can strap it over both your shoulders)
7) construction seems very sturdy
8) comes in many color options
Overall, I can't say enough great things about this bag - it's nice and sturdy. Callaway just released this XTT feature which makes the entire bottom of your bag bend when you put it into a stand position -- this helps the bag be more sturdy when it's in a stand position.
It has 3 divisions (For me, have Woods, Irons, and Putter/Wedges)
At the end of the day, I still have my 8lb cart bag that I'll use whenever I go play at a big course but for the executive golf courses or for going to the range, I'm loving this bag right now.
I wouldn't put 14 clubs in this -- defeats the purpose of keeping things hyper-lite. I try to shoot for carrying no more than 5lbs, if I'm going to carry the bag throughout the entire golf course (that's not that many clubs)
If you don't have this bag, you're missing out.
Every other bag missed one of these. I even considered some sunday bags, but found nothing. I found this in a pro shop at a course an hour from home, and was very surprised by how high quality this callaway product was. I have traditionally stayed away from callaway apparel, accessories, and shoes for that reason.
The only negatives: a weird zipper system that allows you to remove the apparel pocket seems pretty pointless. Also, there is no second handle in the top rim like some of the 3.5 pound titleists, though the regular handle does a fine job. I personally prefer a single shoulder strap for caddies so I switched the very bad double strap for a single strap at my club.
Pretty good all around.
So far the bag is holding up well and is comfortable to carry. The only annoyance, which is a minor one, is sometimes the legs don't swing out automatically when you put it down, one of the legs will be stuck behind this little plastic thing that the legs are supposed to rest normally. Just have to nudge it off to the side and then it splays outfine. Hopefully a later revision will fix this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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This bag is so light, I really enjoy caring this bag at the course (w/clubs)..
I recommend this bag to any one as its big and light enough to carry almost anything you need... Read more
The color is beautiful. It is super light. ( I have a weak wrist.)
Enough room for the clubs. I couldn't ask for more.
Got the bag because only 3 lbs (actual weight) and hold 14 clubs. Been using for over a month and would have given it 5 stars except today the clip holding the strap to the bag... Read morePublished on February 28, 2013 by Richard O. Schwartz
This is a lightweight bag great for walking a round. It's big enough to hold a regulation set and has some nice pockets for holding your valuables, drinks, tees, etc. Read morePublished on December 9, 2012 by Dr. DR
Love the bag size and weigh , the strap adjustments however don't allow me a good fit. A a aPublished on November 28, 2012 by CJH
I choose this golf bag because my husband was looking for a new golf bag that was smaller and more compact than the one he had. Read morePublished on November 26, 2012 by Patricia