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An age old dilemma, how to put the clubs into the golf bag in a way that makes sense and limits the vulnerability of clubs to damage and solve those problems of the clubs with easy out and easy back in access. I have always done what most people do, see photos of how photographers load them in a golf bag for photo shoots, try to spot how tour caddies have them loaded for their pro, and just trying again and again to make them fit better. As if by magic during what would prove to be my last game in Western New York for 2020, something clicked in my mind and it was radical that what made itself obvious to me.

Historically, only the longer clubs in a bag had a club head cover. It's function was not to protect the club head but to protect the hickory shaft of the driver from the metal head of the shorter Niblick or some other metal lofted club. Those metal heads could damage the wood shafts and make them dangerous to snapping off and should it happen mid-swing there would be shrapnel of splintered wood and the club head flying in whatever direction it was headed with property and persons endangered.

I was concerned this whole year with the graphite shafts of my hybrids showing evidence of being nicked. I was padding them from the hybrid wedges club heads next to them using one of the longer club head covers like a barrier between the shafts and the wedges. The long club cover did work well as a cushion but it created its own problems too. Laying across the top of the bag separators, it needed frequent adjustment because it wasn't attached to anything and it made pulling the longer hybrids out for use difficult as it was putting them back in, and no matter how the wedges are arranged they didn't stay put. Club head covers to me are for travel and storage, not for fiddling with on course when the last thing I want to be doing when considering a shot is some distracting thing to get the club I have decided will do the job out of the bag.

Saturday morning 11/21/2020 I was pushing my Clicgear 3.5+ cart up the 5th fairway when something suddenly clicked (the idea not the cart). The way my Sun Mountain C130 bag lays back on the push cart, the clubs make a beautiful display to the golfer (yes that's me!) and it suddenly occurred to me looking at them that the wedges should not be at the top row across the arrangement but instead at the side, or down a column of separators. That way they would be laying on each other, and so too could the irons and the hybrids. All the clubs as gravity would have them resting would be of the same length and, besides the delightful clicking of the similar length club heads tapping happily together as they ride on 11" wheels over the grass, not a single club with a graphite shaft would have any other club's metal club head touching it threatening its viability.

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It took only a few seconds to move the clubs from where they had been all year to the new places. The club head cover was stowed with the rest in a side pocket. The appearance of the clubs at first looked odd with an asymmetric effect that at first glance looks unbalanced and somehow not right. But my idea had to be tried and already its simplicity was evident. Clubs came out easily and went back in so easily I couldn't help smile and by virtue of late season golfing, I had nobody to share the idea with so I took a photo to capture the moment (that one up there 👆).  By the time I was on the 8th fairway I could no longer imagine having the clubs arranged in any other way.

Every club now fits well and is both easy to pull out and to put back into its sleeved place. With all of the club heads easily visible, looking at the ball while approaching where it lies and looking at the clubs considering what would work best is much like looking at a smorgasbord and deciding the best way to take full advantage of an all-you-can-eat opportunity. Another thing I realized is after every shot, I maintain the club I just used cleaning it and putting it away. I am on the right side of the golf bag and cart doing this which is where the brush, towel, and water for cleaning are already located. As a whole package, this arrangement of everything just makes complete sense.

With all that taken into consideration, I am not saying this is going to be the dawning of my abilities as a Stick, or for any real improvement in my game (and I think my handicap is in no danger of being improved by this change).  But it is without a doubt a true Hack move guaranteed for this gear head to plunge deeper into the nirvana of my golfing obsession.  Oh and don't bother sending a rescue party in after me, I'm happier than a golf ball flying off the tee with a big water hazard between the tee box and an island green!

p.s. Never mind that big American Flag head cover, it is on a ball retriever, no need advertising it back there... Anybody have a line on an Odie character head cover?

p.p.s. A full inventory of what's in the bag is down there 👇

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Same way I’ve always done it. The key to me is the bag, I’ve always used one with separate spots for each club, versus 3-4 sections - I watch those guys fight to slide clubs in an out all the time, and if a club is missing they’re less likely to notice. For me it’s Driver, 3W & 3H at the top, putter in a well at the bottom and irons 4 thru 60* between as shown. My driver headcover is never on when I’m playing, it’s so much longer that it doesn’t touch anything else. Never had an issue in 56 years.

I enjoy the “delightful clicking of the similar length club heads tapping happily together” from OTHER players bags, NOT mine...

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1 hour ago, Middler said:

Same way I’ve always done it. The key to me is the bag, I’ve always used one with separate spots for each club, versus 3-4 sections - I watch those guys fight to slide clubs in an out all the time, and if a club is missing they’re less likely to notice. For me it’s Driver, 3W & 3H at the top, putter in a well at the bottom and irons 4 thru 60* between as shown. My driver headcover is never on when I’m playing, it’s so much longer that it doesn’t touch anything else. Never had an issue in 56 years.

I enjoy the “delightful clicking of the similar length club heads tapping happily together” from OTHER players bags, NOT mine...

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I do it exactly like you, and I keep the driver HC off while playing also.

The only difference is I would never use iron head covers. Ugh. C'mon man!!!! 🤣

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26 minutes ago, Grand Stranded said:

I do it exactly like you, and I keep the driver HC off while playing also.

The only difference is I would never use iron head covers. Ugh. C'mon man!!!! 🤣

I know most “manly men” don’t like iron covers, but that doesn’t bother me at all - I don’t care what others choose. Every other iron cover isn’t a bother and it’s just as effective and keeps them in top shape. I use my 8i and GW most, no covers on them. The irons most guys I play with look trashed after a few years, here’s my last set after more than 20 years. The new owner was ecstatic and I sold them easily for top dollar. 

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I go minimalist, so club damage isnt a big concern to me, even with a Sunday bag.  I go with my woods together, my irons together and my wedge and putter have their own compartments.  4-way divider.

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I load mine similar to @Middler. From the top of the bag, left to right Driver, 3 wood. Then I zigzag down the bag, right to left 3H, 4 and 5 iron. Left to right 6-9, right to left PW-SW. It makes sense to me at least.

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When loading my bag for a push cart, I arranged clubs to always have the longer ones “at the top”, or furthest from me, shortest ones close to me, all mainly to prevent the heads from laying on the driver/fairway shafts, or on the heads of shorter clubs.

I ride all of the time, so I go left-to-right, top-to-bottom from highest-to-lowest. Driver is top left, 58* bottom right. Putter in the well.

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Push cart has been a huge game changer for my bag. Bag chatter has been eliminated. I go with the standard setup. My wedges are all next to each other. 

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56 minutes ago, PMookie said:

When loading my bag for a push cart, I arranged clubs to always have the longer ones “at the top”, or furthest from me, shortest ones close to me, all mainly to prevent the heads from laying on the driver/fairway shafts, or on the heads of shorter clubs.

this also keeps the longer clubs from blocking the net/dashboard of the push cart. 

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I structure mine like this. I used iron covers until I decided I was going to keep t100s in bag long term. I keep headcover on putter, driver, and hybrid while I play. I have my 50 on the side to keep it from bag chatter since it’s stamped and I want it to last a few seasons. 

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I suppose it all depends on how you carry your clubs. The setup for a mostly cart driven bag would have drivers at the "back" or closest to the front of the cart for visibility of the other irons/wedges/putter. But a push cart or even carried bag will have a different setup. I've had to reconfigure mine a few times and it's all about visibility for me. 

Current setup is drivers furthest from the handle and then 4,5,6,7 and 8,9,PW,GW groupings, followed by wedges, then putter and lest used wedge. It's a 5 section top Hoofer. 

I've been thinking more about the iron covers more, though, since mine are looking a bit more banged up than they should after a full year. 

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9 minutes ago, Tarheelvolvo said:

I've been thinking more about the iron covers more, though, since mine are looking a bit more banged up than they should after a full year. 

Just remember you only need to put covers on every other iron, no need to cover each one. The inconvenience is minimal for the payback (irons stay in good shape for FAR longer).

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There always seems to be an outlier club for me - I split my rounds between push cart and riding.  I think the key is the bag itself, by going cart, rather than carry and using the push cart my clubs stay relatively safe.  I never take the head covers off the woods or putter other than when in use and have even developed a rhythm as to where they repose while the club is in use.

I actually have my clubs arranged based on how they might be pulled while riding in order to insure pace of play - 

This is the first time that I ever recall this topic coming up BTW so kudos to the OP.  Since he's from Upstate I will add, "Go Bombers!" as a shoutout to one of the colleges. 🙂

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Have always started with the woods on the handle side and loaded the clubs left to right in descending order until I reached the bottom. 

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Single divider Sunday bag, which is used any day of the week. Woods, long irons, and putter top section everything else bottom section. 

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On 11/25/2020 at 10:59 AM, goaliedad30 said:

The same way I have for 50 years, since age 7 ....

D, 3w, 5w, putter in the top.

7w, 5h, 6i middle left

7i, 8i, 9i middle right

PW, 50/54/56 in the bottom.

 

Exact same set up for me! I have too much OCD to do it any other way.  To each their own, but I find our set up to be more logical and organized.  Glad someone else is the same as me. 

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On 11/24/2020 at 3:23 PM, EasyPutter said:

An age old dilemma, how to put the clubs into the golf bag in a way that makes sense and limits the vulnerability of clubs to damage and solve those problems of the clubs with easy out and easy back in access. I have always done what most people do, see photos of how photographers load them in a golf bag for photo shoots, try to spot how tour caddies have them loaded for their pro, and just trying again and again to make them fit better. As if by magic during what would prove to be my last game in Western New York for 2020, something clicked in my mind and it was radical that what made itself obvious to me.

Historically, only the longer clubs in a bag had a club head cover. It's function was not to protect the club head but to protect the hickory shaft of the driver from the metal head of the shorter Niblick or some other metal lofted club. Those metal heads could damage the wood shafts and make them dangerous to snapping off and should it happen mid-swing there would be shrapnel of splintered wood and the club head flying in whatever direction it was headed with property and persons endangered.

I was concerned this whole year with the graphite shafts of my hybrids showing evidence of being nicked. I was padding them from the hybrid wedges club heads next to them using one of the longer club head covers like a barrier between the shafts and the wedges. The long club cover did work well as a cushion but it created its own problems too. Laying across the top of the bag separators, it needed frequent adjustment because it wasn't attached to anything and it made pulling the longer hybrids out for use difficult as it was putting them back in, and no matter how the wedges are arranged they didn't stay put. Club head covers to me are for travel and storage, not for fiddling with on course when the last thing I want to be doing when considering a shot is some distracting thing to get the club I have decided will do the job out of the bag.

Saturday morning 11/21/2020 I was pushing my Clicgear 3.5+ cart up the 5th fairway when something suddenly clicked (the idea not the cart). The way my Sun Mountain C130 bag lays back on the push cart, the clubs make a beautiful display to the golfer (yes that's me!) and it suddenly occurred to me looking at them that the wedges should not be at the top row across the arrangement but instead at the side, or down a column of separators. That way they would be laying on each other, and so too could the irons and the hybrids. All the clubs as gravity would have them resting would be of the same length and, besides the delightful clicking of the similar length club heads tapping happily together as they ride on 11" wheels over the grass, not a single club with a graphite shaft would have any other club's metal club head touching it threatening its viability.

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It took only a few seconds to move the clubs from where they had been all year to the new places. The club head cover was stowed with the rest in a side pocket. The appearance of the clubs at first looked odd with an asymmetric effect that at first glance looks unbalanced and somehow not right. But my idea had to be tried and already its simplicity was evident. Clubs came out easily and went back in so easily I couldn't help smile and by virtue of late season golfing, I had nobody to share the idea with so I took a photo to capture the moment (that one up there 👆).  By the time I was on the 8th fairway I could no longer imagine having the clubs arranged in any other way.

Every club now fits well and is both easy to pull out and to put back into its sleeved place. With all of the club heads easily visible, looking at the ball while approaching where it lies and looking at the clubs considering what would work best is much like looking at a smorgasbord and deciding the best way to take full advantage of an all-you-can-eat opportunity. Another thing I realized is after every shot, I maintain the club I just used cleaning it and putting it away. I am on the right side of the golf bag and cart doing this which is where the brush, towel, and water for cleaning are already located. As a whole package, this arrangement of everything just makes complete sense.

With all that taken into consideration, I am not saying this is going to be the dawning of my abilities as a Stick, or for any real improvement in my game (and I think my handicap is in no danger of being improved by this change).  But it is without a doubt a true Hack move guaranteed for this gear head to plunge deeper into the nirvana of my golfing obsession.  Oh and don't bother sending a rescue party in after me, I'm happier than a golf ball flying off the tee with a big water hazard between the tee box and an island green!

p.s. Never mind that big American Flag head cover, it is on a ball retriever, no need advertising it back there... Anybody have a line on an Odie character head cover?

p.p.s. A full inventory of what's in the bag is down there 👇

I have always set mine up the same.  Though, I do get why some put their different.  I just have far to much OCD that it has to be the same set up in the bag for each club from the time I started till probably when I can't play anymore.  

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I know most “manly men” don’t like iron covers, but that doesn’t bother me at all - I don’t care what others choose. Every other iron cover isn’t a bother and it’s just as effective and keeps them in top shape. I use my 8i and GW most, no covers on them. The irons most guys I play with look trashed after a few years, here’s my last set after more than 20 years. The new owner was ecstatic and I sold them easily for top dollar. 
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Maybe we can start a movement here. I use iron covers as well and do it to prevent nicks or damage primarily to and from the course. However, on the course once I pull the iron out of the bag the head cover goes into one of the bag pockets and back on once I get to the car.


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Golf Balls: Snell MTB-X 

2020 Official Tester :SuperSpeed: Beginning Driver Speed  - 78

2019 Official Tester :ping-small:  410 Driver

2018 Official Tester :wilson-small: C300

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I’ve got a 5 way divider. Putter, SW and LW in bottom right. PW and 2 gap wedges bottom left. 7-9 middle right. 6, 5, 5 and 4 in middle left. Driver, hybrid, driving iron and 3 iron up top. Yes I know I’m way over the limit. Makes it easy to check at the end of the round though.


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:wilson_staff_small:  Cortex w/MGS Motore X F1 7X tipped 1"

:wilson_staff_small: F5 17 degree hybrid w/Rogue Black 85X

:wilson_staff_small:C300 Forged 3-5 w/C-Taper 130X

:wilson_staff_small: FG Tour V6 5-6 w/C-Taper 130X

:wilson_staff_small: Staff Model Blade 7-PW w/C-Taper 130X

:cleveland-small: RTX4 52, 56, 60 w/S400 Tour Issue

:EVNROLL: ER7

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