Players 4 Bag Straps

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By RJohnson

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  1. RJohnson
    Cleveland, Oh

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    Anyone else have a hard time getting the straps adjusted so the bag sits right on your back? I adjust them when its on my back, it down, pick it up and the bag doesn't feel right.

    Love the bag, but the straps are frustrating me. Any help is appreciated.

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    I've been meaning to post about the players 4 bag straps myself. Not only are the difficult to adjust, but it was difficult enough to the point that when tightening the strap on my left shoulder two weeks ago the buckle the strap goes through snapped! I got the bag at the end of June and can now only use it as a single shoulder.

    Same boat as you, love the bag - it's just the issue with the strap that is bugging me.
  3. RJohnson
    Cleveland, Oh

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    Philip B said:

    I've been meaning to post about the players 4 bag straps myself. Not only are the difficult to adjust, but it was difficult enough to the point that when tightening the strap on my left shoulder two weeks ago the buckle the strap goes through snapped! I got the bag at the end of June and can now only use it as a single shoulder.

    Same boat as you, love the bag - it's just the issue with the strap that is bugging me.

    Ok, at least its not me, sorry about yours breaking. The setup is really odd, I don't care for the floating center part. Maybe I am missing something, but I don't care for this newer setup.
  4. harry h
    Lasvegas, NV

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    I had posted about what to do with the excessive strap length but I didn't mention it took me about a week of adjusting till I got it on my back correctly. I love the bag so it took patience on my part.
  5. RJohnson
    Cleveland, Oh

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    harry h said:

    I had posted about what to do with the excessive strap length but I didn't mention it took me about a week of adjusting till I got it on my back correctly. I love the bag so it took patience on my part.

    Ok thanks. I will keep working on it. The bag is fantastic, once I figure out the straps.
  6. Scott B
    Swansea, 0

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    I'm having problems with plastic holder which both straps go through, as the one of the straps keeps coming out and its quite a frustrating to get back in and over time I'm sure one of the plastic parts will snap.
  7. RJohnson
    Cleveland, Oh

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    Ok, thanks for the responses. I finally got it sorted out, working well now. Walked 18 yesterday, bag is very comfortable.
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    I am still struggling with mine...
  9. Austin M
    Olney, MD

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    Any of you guys have issues w/ the legs dangling slightly and not locking against the bag when you're using both straps?
  10. RJohnson
    Cleveland, Oh

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    Ok, played another round with mine, still having issues. I pick it up and it sits wrong, I adjust it, then next time pick it up and its wrong again. I am about ready to give this up. Its a great light bag and looks great, but I walk almost all the time and its a pain.
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    Just bought one last week (4UP Players Stand Bag) and I CAN NOT get the left shoulder strap to stay in place. Absolutely horrible design. Worse, i think is Titleist's silence on all this. They used to be a quality company. They haven’t made a decent players bag in 5-8 years.

    C’mom Titleist, get your act together and support the people who keep you in business!!
  12. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    John O, sorry you are having problems. I have been using my Players 4 since the first of the year, walking 4-6 times a week and have only had the strap come out of the plastic cross ring one time. The design is to allow the left strap to quick disengage so that you can convert easily to a single strap bag, something the caddies like when doing a double looping job. You can probably run the straps the opposite way through the ring and that way the other strap will help hold it in place. I think its a bit harsh to imply that Titleist isn't a quality company or that they are silent on defects. I find them very supportive and you might consider talking to a customer service rep. Contact using the information on the lower right side of the website.

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