K-Cliffs Driving Range Mini Course Training Practice Golf Bag Travel Case
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||4 x 4 x 52 inches|
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- Newly improved shoulder strap with Shoulder Pad, avoid metal buckle digging into shoulder.
- Improved zipper direction, increase to two side pockets and T slots size on glove pocket. Holds 6-7 clubs, including driver
- Detachable shoulder strap, Accessory zipper pocket with T holder,
- Fully padded Rigid body with detachable plastic tube.
- Light weight, Water-resistant material, Padded handle, Soft /foldable opening.
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Easily display and view all your golf clubs with the bag's soft wide-opening top end.
The Only Driving Range Golf Case You Need
The K-Cliffs Sunday golf bag has a removable rigid body that can hold up to 7 golf clubs. Slim enough to take with you as you breeze through the course, and lightweight enough to not put a strain on your swinging arm.
Heavy Duty Metal Clasps
All clasps on this Driving Range Golf Bag are comprised of heavy duty metal for longer lasting usage.
Durable Padded Handles
Carrying your irons should never be a hassle to you. The durable and padded handles on this Golf Bag will ensure a comfortable carry to the next tee off.
Having a bag of tees is dangerous to reach into. Store 10 tees safely along the outside of the Driving Range Golf Case with dedicated slots.
Padded Shoulder Strap
Sometimes your golf clubs can get a bit heavy especially if there's a distance to the next hole. The high quality shoulder pad will prevent the strap from digging into your shoulder.
Simple Weekend Golf Bag
This Simple Golf Bag is perfect for:
*Driving Range Practice
*Mini Course Quick Game
*Weekend Travel Golf Case
- Item Weight : 4 Pounds
- Department : Unisex
- Date First Available : September 3, 2013
- Manufacturer : K-Cliffs
- ASIN : B07BMFT5SX
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#72,245 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #12 in Golf Club Carry Bags
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My only compliant would be to add some rigidity to the spine of the unprotected top. Additionally, the ball pouch opened the correct way for me, unlike other reviews noted.
I will be keeping this bag in my trunk full time so I can hit the course or range anytime without taking up much room.
Shoulder Strap Placement - One end of the shoulder strap is anchored at the very top of the bag, the "floppy" end, where the heads of your clubs would be housed. Thing is, as you sling a bag full of heavy clubs over your shoulder, there could be some unnecessary weight stress on the club heads. I guess the assumption is that it would be difficult to put enough stress on the clubs to cause any damage. To me, it just seems like an unfortunate design choice.
Side Pocket Design - This is the worst design oversight, in my opinion. There's a small side pocket, great for holding a few balls and accessories. Problem is, the zipper opens along the bottom of the pocket! If you have the bag slung over a shoulder or standing upright against a wall or rack, and started to open the zipper, its contents (golf balls) would spill out. You actually have to lay the bag down horizontally before unzipping to avoid this. In fact, I'm beginning to think the side pocket is actually sewn onto the bag upside down. Which brings me to the next design flaw...
Tee Holder Position - There's a strap of nylon stitched to the outside of the side pocket, forming four loops that I assume are meant to hold four tees. problem is, if you slid tees into the holder right-side-up, the sharp ends would dangle beyond the pocket. But then again, if that side pocket were attached to the bag in a different orientation, the tees would point in the opposite direction and sit nicely against the side of the pocket. But not really, because...
Tee Holder Design - Back to that Tee Holder. Yes, the tees slide into the loops... but they also slip out through the other end! I use fairly large tees - 3.25 inchers, so the tee heads should not slip through the loops, right? Ugh.
Overall, I'll use the bag because I need something small and discreet to keep a few clubs in the back of my car. None of the design flaws outlined here are deal breakers for me, as I'll use the bag at the driving range and putting greens, where I'll rarely need a wooden tee, or have to open the side pocket while wearing the bag. I just wish there was a little more thought put into the design details. A zipper on the bottom of a pocket?!? Who does that?
Room for 6-8 balls in the lower pocket. Daisy chain for tee storage.
Not the easiest to take clubs out of/replace into when actually golfing, but not aggravatingly difficult either.