X-strap system

Potentially dumb question here...

Has anyone else had trouble adjusting the X-strap system on the Premium stand bag? I can't seem to get the balance and weight distribution right. Are there step-by-step instructions around somewhere?

Thanks!

Carl

I also wanted to see if there was a way to make the x-strap system a single strap system.

hey Carl,

I don't have an answer for you on that, but just wanted to make a comment.  I have carried my clubs my entire golfing life (20 plus years), but recently bought a push cart at the recommendation of a friend (and chiropractor), and the difference is just amazing.  I feel like I have a caddy, I have tons more energy throughout the round and I feel great after the round as well.  I bought a Clicgear cart - an amazing piece of gear, www.clicgearusa.com - give it some thought - carrying your clubs is bad for you in the long run.

Jason 

did you ever get an answer on this.  im having the same issue, and can't find instructions anywhere

I never did. Just had to keep fiddling with it. Not sure I ever got it where I really liked it.

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JPHB

hey Carl,

I don't have an answer for you on that, but just wanted to make a comment.  I have carried my clubs my entire golfing life (20 plus years), but recently bought a push cart at the recommendation of a friend (and chiropractor), and the difference is just amazing.  I feel like I have a caddy, I have tons more energy throughout the round and I feel great after the round as well.  I bought a Clicgear cart - an amazing piece of gear, www.clicgearusa.com - give it some thought - carrying your clubs is bad for you in the long run.

Jason 

 

Never thought of this before...has anyone else had success...?

Thank you for the info ill try it out 

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JPHB

hey Carl,

I don't have an answer for you on that, but just wanted to make a comment.  I have carried my clubs my entire golfing life (20 plus years), but recently bought a push cart at the recommendation of a friend (and chiropractor), and the difference is just amazing.  I feel like I have a caddy, I have tons more energy throughout the round and I feel great after the round as well.  I bought a Clicgear cart - an amazing piece of gear, www.clicgearusa.com - give it some thought - carrying your clubs is bad for you in the long run.

Jason 

 

Never thought of this before...has anyone else had success...?

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I found that the slot where one strap goes through the other didn't suit me and the left shoulder strap exited the slot at a pretty awkward angle.  So I disconnected the left shoulder strap and ran it outside of the slot of the right shoulder strap so it could find a natural home.  The bag fits fine now and I wouldn't change it back.

Honestly, the system that Titleist uses now with the 2 straps coming to a single 'x - patch' on the back is probably the best setup.  I'm waiting for my current bag to wear out a bit before I look at another bag.  Although I would love a retro-fit kit!

Thank you I got these for high school golf team ill give it a shot I can't see the boys wanting push carts a guy thing I g

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I found that the slot where one strap goes through the other didn't suit me and the left shoulder strap exited the slot at a pretty awkward angle.  So I disconnected the left shoulder strap and ran it outside of the slot of the right shoulder strap so it could find a natural home.  The bag fits fine now and I wouldn't change it back.

Honestly, the system that Titleist uses now with the 2 straps coming to a single 'x - patch' on the back is probably the best setup.  I'm waiting for my current bag to wear out a bit before I look at another bag.  Although I would love a retro-fit kit!

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hey Carl,

I don't have an answer for you on that, but just wanted to make a comment.  I have carried my clubs my entire golfing life (20 plus years), but recently bought a push cart at the recommendation of a friend (and chiropractor), and the difference is just amazing.  I feel like I have a caddy, I have tons more energy throughout the round and I feel great after the round as well.  I bought a Clicgear cart - an amazing piece of gear, www.clicgearusa.com - give it some thought - carrying your clubs is bad for you in the long run.

Jason 

 

Never thought of this before...has anyone else had success...?

I swear by my clicgear cart.  My home course is a walking course in the Caribbean and between the heat and humidity you can just about forget about carrying.  As an added bonus, you can carry all the water, snacks, balls you want without having to lug the extra weight on your shoulders/back.  I'll never "carry" my bag again.