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14 way, 4 way, 3 way bags Thoughts


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Could never not use a 14 way bag. I need a separate slot for each club, so it has a nice comfy home. And I feel like there is less bag chatter. And a oversize putter well is necessary.

 

 

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With a stand bag I like a well designed  4 or 5 way top. Mostly Ping bags over the years. I go through phases where organization or being picky with club selection becomes the norm. With good 4/5 way top style bag I can add those golf club clips and arrange them like I want so my clubs are in a particular order.

One stand bag I have my eye on based on reviews is the Vessel 14 way divider stand bag. It looks nice and appears to be designed well regarding divider/bottom area is large enough  clubs don't tangle. 

With cart bag I absolutely have to have  the 14 way top with full length dividers and good putter section for oversize  putter grip. 

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I have a 14 way carry bag and a 6 way cart bag currently. I liked my old 15 way because it had a dedicated putter spot outside the bag which made it nice for larger putters. 

:callaway-small: Paradym TD Driver w/ Ventus Blue 6S

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14 way bags are best imo, however I love my Forum Jones bag which is a 4 way. I don't love the organization and would love a bit more space, but it does the job and looks great so I don't mind the slightly lacking functionality.

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Back to 14 way for me the past few years. Push cart makes it easy and the bigger bag fits better on there 👍

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IMO, 14 way is best. Keeps everything separate and keeps your clubs looking best for longer. Then again, I used my last set for 16 years and I want stuff to no look beat up just from travel. Using 4 or 3 way bags just beat your clubs up too much. People that use 4&3 way bags, I think are planning to swap out sets every couple of years.

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Odyssey white hot v2

Garbage fairway woods that need replaced.

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IMO, 14 way is best. Keeps everything separate and keeps your clubs looking best for longer. Then again, I used my last set for 16 years and I want stuff to no look beat up just from travel. Using 4 or 3 way bags just beat your clubs up too much. People that use 4&3 way bags, I think are planning to swap out sets every couple of years.
I never really considered a 14 way to do much to protect against club chatter or damage. I makes for a neater look and a bit easier to find what I want but they are still next to each other. Like most I cover my woods, hybrids and putter since they usually have a painted or somewhat fragile finish, but the irons are naked and how long I plan to keep them never enters my mind.

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I use a Datrek 14-way with Top Lok on my BagBoy Nitron for league, and a Callaway Hyperlite (4-way) for trips to the range/simulator.  

I prefer the 14-way on the course as there's a lot less clanking of the clubs while walking.

I prefer the 4-way for 7-8 clubs at the range though.

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Then, to change it up, sometimes I'll use a Ping Moonlight with a 2-way top carrying 6-7 clubs for a quick early morning nine at my lake place.

Options are good.

:callaway-small:Paradym driver

:callaway-small:Paradym X 3HL

:callaway-small:Paradym 7w

:callaway-small:Paradym X 5 Hybrid

:callaway-small:Paradym irons 6-AW

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:odyssey-small: Versa 3T

 

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