While the simple choice might be between trolley and carry bags, there are plenty more areas to think about when buying a new Golf Bag…

Carry or Cart

The obvious benefits of carry bags are that they are lighter and feature a stand that provides easy access, meaning your clubs don’t get wet on the ground. Cart or trolley bags are designed to fit specifically onto a trolley and offer plenty of storage space for anything you will need on the course.

Weight and size

After you have decided between a carry or trolley option there is still a wide variety of size options available. In the carry bag category you’ll find very lightweight designs with little pocket space, as well as models that are as big as the smallest cart bags.

Stability

If you are opting for a stand bag you’ll want legs that spread widely to offer support when the bag is stood up in the wind.

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Cobra Ultralight Trolley Bag

Cobra Ultralight Trolley Bag Review A good trolley bag needs to have plenty of storage, excellent club organisation and be reasonably easy to transport. For those in the market for…

£149.00

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Srixon Z Stand Bag Review

We give our verdict on the eye-catching Srixon Stand Bag Camo.

£129.99

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Jeremy Ellwood puts the latest PowaKaddy Dri Tech cart bag to the test to check out its features and the storage space on offer

£219.00

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Ping Hoofer Lite Stand Bag

We put the Ping Hoofer Lite stand bag to the test to see how it performs on the golf course

£139.99

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TaylorMade FlexTech Stand Bag

Elliott Heath tests out TaylorMade's FlexTech stand bag to see what it has to offer out on the golf course...

£179.00

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Bag Boy Trekker Ultra Lite Stand Bag 4x3.

The Bag Boy Trekker Ultra Lite Stand Bag is an excellent lightweight golf bag which is practical and comfortable.

£119.00

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Big Max Aqua 7

A lightweight and waterproof stand bag that may be just the ticket for those who prefer to carry

£139.99

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