Best Golf Valuables Pouch

A guide to the best valuables pouches on the market

PXG Valuables Pouch
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Some of us can’t have enough valuables pouches with half our tees strewn across one pocket and the rest in another. 

This is the perfect way to declutter your golf bag – get your tees in one pouch, all that loose change in another and then keep your phone, car keys and wallet in another so there’s no post-round panic when you’ve put the finishing touches to your Nett 66. 

These make perfect sense and are all a relatively cheap way of adding a good-looking accessory either on or inside your golf bag. 

Ping Valuables Pouch

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Ping Valuables Pouch

Specifications
RRP: £9.99/offers
Colours: Grey
Reasons to buy
+Easy to keep things separate+Good value
Reasons to avoid
-Not the most exciting

This is particularly stylish, coming in a heathered grey polyester and there is a security clip for added safekeeping along with the zips. Inside you have a velour-lined inner and diver to keep everything segregated and in the right places so, whether you want to keep your watch, phone and jewellery separate and away from any unwanted scratches, you easily can. Cheaper than you might expect.

TaylorMade Performance Valuables Pouch

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TaylorMade Performance Valuables Pouch

Specifications
RRP: £9.99/offers
Colours: Black
Reasons to buy
+Handy size
Reasons to avoid
-Quite simple

This features a durable fabric make-up along with an internal fur-lined pocket to keep your belongings dry. And there’s no chance of everything spilling out when you throw it in the bottom of your golf bag as it comes with a drawstring closure.

Puma Valuables Pouch

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Puma Valuables Pouch

Specifications
RRP: £7.99/offers
Colours: Grey/black
Reasons to buy
+Cool camouflage look
Reasons to avoid
-Nothing to separate everything

If you’re a devotee of the brand then this will be for you. It comes in a pretty funky camouflage surround and is lightweight, extremely durable and comes with a draw-string opening. Better still it comes at an affordable price and makes for an excellent accessory.

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Titleist Players Valuables Pouch

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Titleist Valuables Pouch

Specifications
RRP: £17.95/offers
Colours: Black
Reasons to buy
+Super stylish 
Reasons to avoid
-Not easy to get your hands on everytihng quickly

This is a bit different with an easy pinch-and-clinch closure and rounded finish which makes it easy to get your hands on what you’re after. Offers ample storage and has a premium leather protection. Available in black and the the iconic logo is front and centre. 

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Inesis Valuables Pouch

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Inesis Valuables Pouch

Specifications
RRP: £4.99
Colours: Black
Reasons to buy
+Is so cheap you could buy a few
Reasons to avoid
-Only really good for tees/change

As you would expect this won’t break the bank and could make the perfect stocking filler for Christmas. Ideal for keeping all your tees together and it comes with a two-way draw-string closure and is 100 per cent polyester. If you don’t want to splash out too much then this is ideal for keeping your bag neat and tidy.

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Callaway Clubhouse Valuables Pouch

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Callaway Valuables Pouch

Specifications
RRP: £8.99/offers
Colours: Grey
Reasons to buy
+Zip closure very handy+Velour lining
Reasons to avoid
-A variety of colours would be good

Like the Ping offering the heather-grey fabric is a great look. This comes with a zipper closure and it can be attached to the outside of your golf bag as it comes with a snap hook so it gives you plenty of options. Inside there is a velour lining which is a nice addition to a great product.   

PXG Valuables Pouch

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PXG Valuables Pouch

Specifications
RRP: £80
Colours: Black
Reasons to buy
+Quality leather offering
Reasons to avoid
-It's very pricey!

This isn’t your run-of-the-mill pouch, rather a high-end accessory for your valuables. It’s lined with an ultra-luxe and plush fabric and is a mix of pebble leather and polyester and, as is typical of the PXG brand, there is a bold logo. It’s topped off with a draw-cord opening and metal rivets to complete the look.

Mark Townsend
Mark Townsend

Mark has worked in golf for over 20 years having started off his journalistic life at the Press Association and BBC Sport before moving to Sky Sports where he became their golf editor on skysports.com. He then worked at National Club Golfer and Lady Golfer where he was the deputy editor and he has interviewed many of the leading names in the game, both male and female, ghosted columns for the likes of Robert Rock, Charley Hull and Dame Laura Davies, as well as playing the vast majority of our Top 100 GB&I courses. He loves links golf with a particular love of Royal Dornoch and Kingsbarns. He is now a freelance, also working for the PGA and Robert Rock. Loves tour golf, both men and women and he remains the long-standing owner of an horrific short game. He plays at Moortown with a handicap of 6.