Have you ever seen a golfer carrying their clubs by hand? No, neither have we. So this would suggest to us that golf bags aren’t simply accessories, but an essential part of your kit.
Golf bags are predominantly used to keep all the golf clubs together in one place, and ones which are built with a divider system do better as they protect the golf clubs by stopping them from bashing together while trekking across the golf course. Other golf bags can be carried, and tend to hold few less golf clubs than a bag that is capable of being fitted snugly onto the back of a trolley and pulled around.
Golfers who aren’t apt to carry a golf bag around over the shoulder all day long will likely seek solace in a cart bag. They offer an abundance of storage space for clothing, accessories and other personal items, and are best when placed atop a trolley.
The carry bag is widely used on the golf course and is relatively popular, despite its basic appearance. It can weigh as little as 3.5lbs and is a simple, fun bag for the golf course.
Other golf bags include Stand Bags, Pencil/Sunday Bags and Travel Bags, which are ideal when travelling abroad on long-distance hauls.