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I myself own a ping hoofer 14 light and walk my course a lot.  I either carry or push with my sun mountain push cart.  I found that my hoofer light is a little small for the push cart but is great for carrying.  My dad uses the normal hoofer 14 and that is a little heavier but fits perfectly in our sun mountains push carts.  I’m not sure how much different the sun mountain is than the clic gear in size but I know that the hoofer 14 is a great bag if you want it for pushing or putting in a cart but it does has 14 club slots. My hoofer light only has 4 or 5 big holes to hold all of your clubs.

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Guys I know it's been a while since I posted my question about a golf bag on my clicgear 3.5+ cart.  However, I thought I would update y'all on my decision.  I ended up purchasing the 2019 Ping Hoofer.  I have played about 30 rounds with it primarily using my pushcart but I have rode in a cart a few times.  I can say I am very happy with it for both.  I really like being able to carry my Ping bag to the range or putting green for practice and not worrying about it falling over (like I had happen a few times with my Titleist mini-staff).  I have had a few times where putting a club back into the bag gets a little difficult because I have a 2.0 Superstroke putter grip, but nothing terrible.  All in all, I am very happy with my Ping Hoofer.  It's a good looking bag that is functional and well thought out.

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14 hours ago, Titan107 said:

Guys I know it's been a while since I posted my question about a golf bag on my clicgear 3.5+ cart.  However, I thought I would update y'all on my decision.  I ended up purchasing the 2019 Ping Hoofer.  I have played about 30 rounds with it primarily using my pushcart but I have rode in a cart a few times.  I can say I am very happy with it for both.  I really like being able to carry my Ping bag to the range or putting green for practice and not worrying about it falling over (like I had happen a few times with my Titleist mini-staff).  I have had a few times where putting a club back into the bag gets a little difficult because I have a 2.0 Superstroke putter grip, but nothing terrible.  All in all, I am very happy with my Ping Hoofer.  It's a good looking bag that is functional and well thought out.

PING Apologist "APPROVED"! There's a reason those have been MGS Most-Wanted for the past couple of years. Glad it's working out for you! Thanks for the update!

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Maybe this was mentioned befor. Sunmountain has a cart bag with legs on it for use at the range.

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I use the Sun Mountain LS 14-Way https://shop.sunmountain.com/4-5-ls-14-way-bag-detail

I use Mid Sized CP2 Wrap grips with extra wraps in my wedges.  While I don't like the extra weight that the 14-Way brings, I find that 14 way bags are just easier to deal with and preserve my grips better.  When I use other bag setups, the clubs all get stuck on each other and are a ****** to get in and out and wear out the grips from rubbing.  I did the 14-way (a little disappointedly) but haven't looked back.  It's been way better.  If you don't play larger grips, probably no worries...

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I have an older Sunmountain Four5 carry bag with the 14 way divider.  Using oversized grips with 2-4 extra wraps and no problems getting them in or out of their slots.  Also easy to find clubs as I know where each one is.

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Just upgraded to the latest Cobra Ultrlight from one a couple of years old... Surprisingly miss the 15th club slot! But little looser on the JumboMax gripps, so thats of benefit. 

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Frankly, with full length dividers and pockets accessible from the front, I can't imagine using anything but a cart bag,

Everything is so neat.

You can find the club that you're choosing immediately.

If you left a club out on the course, you can see that immediately.

Your grips don't get mangled.

Even if I walked carrying my own bag without a trolley, I'd have still used a cart bag.

Even a huge staff bag doesn't hold things so neatly.

What would be the arguments against the modern cart bag?

 

 

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