Carbon stand bag

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By Andy K

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  1. Anyone using this yet? Interested on how the legs are on this bag before i buy it. Do they sag when you are carrying it? Hopefully they have fixed this problem since previous years.

  2. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Very interested in the Carbon bag too and if i get another bag this year, probably will be that one. As for the leg issue, the occasional sagging can be resolved on the stand bags by sliding the plastic bracket up on the wire tensions that connect to the legs. You may need to use a hammer to knock it up which will increase the tension holding the legs in place. The pictures look like the same leg mechanics therefore the main difference between the Players 4 and Carbon is the leg material. The Players 4 are aluminum and the Carbon will be graphite. I have had the aluminum ones get bent in my soft travel case (thank you airlines!) so I look forward to the graphite legs being more durable.
  3. Dale V said:

    Very interested in the Carbon bag too and if i get another bag this year, probably will be that one. As for the leg issue, the occasional sagging can be resolved on the stand bags by sliding the plastic bracket up on the wire tensions that connect to the legs. You may need to use a hammer to knock it up which will increase the tension holding the legs in place. The pictures look like the same leg mechanics therefore the main difference between the Players 4 and Carbon is the leg material. The Players 4 are aluminum and the Carbon will be graphite. I have had the aluminum ones get bent in my soft travel case (thank you airlines!) so I look forward to the graphite legs being more durable.

    i have done that with my old one and it actually flew off cause i had it so tight i guess. and after 4-5 holes walking it just slides back down and has the same issue's.
  4. TT Member

    TT Member
    Hertfordshire, UK

    This works to resolve the leg sag issue.

    To get the best result and minimise damage to your bag;

    1. Mark where the bottom of the tensioner is (for your reference when it moves up) then place a block of wood between the legs and against the plastic tensioner.

    2. Gently donk the wood with a club hammer until the plastic tensioner rises up the legs past it's original mark, do this in 10mm increments.

    3. Each time, pick up your bag, carry it, put it down and if you're happy the legs aren't sagging, the correct tension has been achieved.

    Please note, the plastic tensioner can slide back down. To stop this, cut strips of black duct tape and carefully wrap around the metal below the plastic tensioner. When enough is applied, this stops tensioner sliding down.
  5. Ian K

    Ian K
    Essex, United Kingdom

    Interested in finding this out as well

    Thanks

    Ian
  6. Excited to hear updates about this bag as well!
  7. Craig P

    Craig P
    Shawano, WI

    I am interested in the Carbon stand bag and have a couple of different questions. Is there a strap at the bottom of bag to hold the legs secure, when not using? Does it come with 2 different straps, one the harnes type, the other a single strap with "Titleist" embossed on it like the video shows?
  8. Craig P

    Craig P
    Shawano, WI

    I am interested in the Carbon stand bag and have a couple of different questions. Is there a strap at the bottom of bag to hold the legs secure, when not using? Does it come with 2 different straps, one the harnes type, the other a single strap with "Titleist" embossed on it like the video shows?
  9. Iain F

    Iain F
    Troon, Scotland

    Any idea when Titleist will release the 4 carbon stand bag in other colours apart from black in the UK.
    I want to buy it in Navy blue.

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