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If money isn't really a factor, don't skimp. Like everything else, with golf bags, you generally get what you pay for, so there is a difference in quality, depending on the price. Vessel, for example, is considered a luxury brand, both in tennis and golf, and if you have a Vessel bag, you're going to be happy with the quality of materials and craftsmanship. Yes, you can technically store whatever you want in your golf shag bag, from balls to shoes. While they are designed mostly to carry golf balls to practice sessions, you could, in theory, store your golf shoes in a shag bag or any other piece of equipment that is small enough to fit inside the bag. Do remember though that some shag bags won't be ventilated well enough to carry your shoes after a round, and that could generate some sweaty odours inside the bag. How many golf balls fit in a golf shag bag? It's not known precisely where the term shag bag originated from. Some have argued its an Americanism, some say its refers to 'shag' caddies on Tour, who used to stand at the other end of the range and collect their employer's golf balls, while some have argued the bag named after the sea bird the Shag. Either way, if you go to your local pro shop or golf retailer and ask for a shag bag, you might initially receive a funny look, but eventually they'll lead you to the practice accessory area of their shop.

Our golf bag testing methodology revolves around putting models to the test over a number of practice sessions and in different conditions. This is so we can gain a better idea of overall performance in terms of factors like grip comfort, durability, and storage benefits. This shag bag is made entirely from plastic and is another lightweight and fuss-free option for golfers who don't want to have to keep bending down to collect their golf balls. To start, it uses a one-way catch system to easily capture balls and can hold up to 55, one of the most on this list. It also allows players to limit the number of balls on the green at any one time - which can help to ensure players don't strike too many golf balls at once. Now granted, this probably wouldn't work if it was your only bag. Its specs say that it can hold eight clubs, but it's really more like seven, so unless you're Seve Ballesteros and can hit greenside bunker shots with a long iron, you're going to want a bag where you can hold close to the 14-club limit for everyday play. But a Sunday bag, as its name would imply, is great for late Sunday rounds, walking nine holes casually with friends. It's also great for par-3 courses, taking a few clubs out to the range or the short-game area for practice or any other time when just a few clubs will do. Golf shag bags come in all shapes and sizes, so when buying a new practice bag, there is plenty to think about. That can make chosing the right bag for you a very difficult decision, but that's where we come in. Below, we've set out several key considerations you should keep in mind when purchasing your next golf shag bag. Certainly one of the most popular bags in America, Titleist's stand bags make for a solid choice that's not only highly functional but honestly, says something about the golfer. It's like playing Titleist Pro V1s; if you have a Titleist golf bag — even if you're not playing Titleist clubs — it tells other players that you're serious about your game. It's a classic look combined with great functionality.Workout equipment Best treadmills | Best adjustable dumbbells | Best home gym equipment | Best resistance bands | Best foam rollers | Best yoga mats | Best weighted jump ropes | Best smart scales | Best shoes for Peloton and indoor cycling | Best water bottles But just as impressive are the cool tech features that most young golfers (and even some older ones) will enjoy. The daysof turning the cell phone off at most courses seem to be over, so the MNML MV2 comes with a charger that can be juiced with an included solar panel or at home with a USB cord, and it comes with a Bluetooth speaker that really projects quality sound, so for anyone wanting to hear their own tunes, or even listen to a ballgame, MNML has you covered. There's also a cool pouch on the upper left side of the bag to mount your cell phone if you'd like to video your swing. It is a bit on the snug side, however, so if you have a large cell phone — especially with a protective cover — it may be a little difficult to use, but we love the thought. When shipped, the bag also comes in a full-length cloth cover, which can be used to protect the bag when not using it — or as a laundry bag.

The WOODĒ top is one of OGIO's coolest innovations. Unlike traditional golf bags that typically put the woods at the top of the bag, the WOODĒ system lines them up on the side for easy access. Each of those four slots (one could be used for a putter if you only have three woods) has a corresponding row to the side for the irons, wedges, and other clubs, making them easy to see and very easy to remove and replace. It's hardly the only trait, though, that really stands out on this bag. When it comes to choosing the best golf bag for you, there are a few things you need to consider. Do you like to ride or walk? Very similar to the Titleist shag bag above, this TaylorMade performance practice bag is a functional way to carry practice balls. The highlight of this bag is the padded double handle that does not place any undue wear on your hands. That makes it easy to carry and comfortable to store large quantities of golfballs in. The reinforced plastic bottom stops the rest of the bag from getting dirty or wet. It also means the bag can be placed on uneven or saturated ground and will not fall when full of golf balls. While this doesn't have the same sort of functionality as other shag bags on this list, it certainly looks a lot sharper and delivers a Tour-quality aesthetic. Depending on how much you want to practice, what you want to practice, and the equipment you like using when you practice, the size of your golf shag bag is a very important factor to consider. Most players will use their shag bag on and around the practice greens for chipping and putting, which means you may want to have a big bag to store lots of golf balls in. Remember though, the larger the bag, the harder it will be to carry so keep in mind the shape of the bag and how easy it is to carry.

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As with most of the equipment we test at Golf Monthly, we aim to help golfers get the best value for money and ensure they don't spend above the odds for their golf gear. For that reason, we advise you to think carefully about your budget before buying a new golf shag bag.

Planning a trip to Scotland or Ireland, where you might walk 36 holes a day? Well, some of that will undoubtedly come in inclement weather, which could include horizontal rain and cold conditions. Those are the times that you not only need rain gear for your body, but it'd be nice to have it for your clubs, too and the Sun Mountain H2NO Lite Speed Stand Bag has that covered. If you enjoy carrying your bag with you during a round, stand bags are the model for you. The best way to identify them is legs that unfold to stand your bag upright. The best stand bags are light enough to comfortably carry around. More from Tom's Guide

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