Titleist Bag Suggestion

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Josh G


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.

tdogg21


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.

BryanDeGugs


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

clayton t


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

Andrew A


Hey Guys,

Isn't this what you are looking for?  

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

Matthew T


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

Cheers,

Matt

Josh G


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.

Curtis M


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

Twice the weight but wouldn't that work??

tdogg21


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.

Josh G


tdogg21

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.

Spudstarch


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.