Titleist Bag Suggestion

Dear Titleist R&D

I think you should look into making a Sunday stand bag.  I'm an avid walking golfer and a bit of a minimalist.  I love the weight and design of the Sunday bag, but if you were to put in a hip pad, and stand it would be the best bag ever.

I would second this.  There is a par 3 course near where I work I'm thinking about going to during my lunch.  Obviously I wouldn't need my full bag, but I've grown so used to a stand, I really don't want a bag without one.

I agree on this as well.  Love the smaller bags and would convert to a Titleist sunday bag right away if offered.

i bought a used players bag from local golf pro it is a bigger bag but my cart works just fine pushing or pulling as i go....... i was able fine a shop to make a panel with my name to cover his name...... call me crazy but that bigger bag with titleist shining and my name on it sure looks sweet

Hey Guys,

Isn't this what you are looking for?  

http://www.titleist.com/accessories/stand-bags/carry-bag.aspx

I totally agree on making a Sunday stand bag.  I would purchase that immediately!

Cheers,

Matt

Andrew A

Hey Guys,

Isn't this what you are looking for?  

http://www.titleist.com/accessories/stand-bags/carry-bag.aspx

That is exactly what I'm looking for- if it had a hip pad and a stand.

http://www.titleist.com/accessories/stand-bags/ultralightweight-stand-bag.aspx

Twice the weight but wouldn't that work??

Curtis M

http://www.titleist.com/accessories/stand-bags/ultralightweight-stand-bag.aspx

Twice the weight but wouldn't that work??

That would work for me, but is bigger and more expensive than what I'm looking for.  I'm looking for a small bag with a stand that I can take to the range when I know I'm not going to hit all of my clubs and to take if/when I go to a par 3 course.  I'm not going to spend $150+ to fill that need, and I don't need all 14 clubs at a par 3 course or light range day.  I'm not sure if there is a big enough market for this type of bag, and that's fine.  But it's a least something for the R&D dept. to think about.

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Curtis M

http://www.titleist.com/accessories/stand-bags/ultralightweight-stand-bag.aspx

Twice the weight but wouldn't that work??

That would work for me, but is bigger and more expensive than what I'm looking for.  I'm looking for a small bag with a stand that I can take to the range when I know I'm not going to hit all of my clubs and to take if/when I go to a par 3 course.  I'm not going to spend $150+ to fill that need, and I don't need all 14 clubs at a par 3 course or light range day.  I'm not sure if there is a big enough market for this type of bag, and that's fine.  But it's a least something for the R&D dept. to think about.

Hi Curtis,

I've checked out the Ultra Lightweight and while it's a great bag, it's not quite what I'm looking for.   It's a tad big for my liking. The StaDry Premier is closer to what I'm looking for, but it's a hefty price tag (and a lot of technology).  If they just put a stand and a hip pad on the Sunday bag we'd be in business.

I feel the same. I think what you want is the TB0SX1 that was offered in 2011. Every time I see someone walking with the older model, I get tempted to give them an offer for it. I have the TB4SX1 but sometimes I feel like it is too bulky for an ultalight. The new bags seem to be getting wider and wider due to people complaining about grips sticking.