What type of golf bag do you need? Unsure if you should go for a cart bag or stand bag? We’ve got you covered. Both have their pros and cons. Cart bags are nearly impossible to carry anywhere besides from your trunk to the cart but also provide a ton of storage options. Stand bags are incredibly light and do exactly what you need them to do. While they have fewer storage options than a cart bag, you’d be surprised at how much can fit in a stand bag.
Our David Dusek already brought you the best stand bags of 2022. Some of them are on this list because simply put, they’re incredible bags and worthy of holding your most precious cargo every time you tee it up.
It all depends on what you want when you play. Do you always use a cart and have accessories like a portable speaker, GPS, umbrella, ball retriever, etc.? Then a cart bag is probably the best fit for you.
Are you a player that takes a cart most of the time but will occasionally take a good walk? A stand bag will help you accomplish both types of rounds with ease.
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1WithGolf Z-100 15-way Cart Bag (PGA Tour Superstore)
Why we like it: Coming in four colorways, the Z-100 features 15 dividers up top to keep things nice and tidy. It features 10 pockets for storage, including an insulated pocket for holding up to six cans. And at five pounds, it’s a great option as a push-cart bag, and at less than $200 it’s one of the more affordable options out there.
Why we like it: Callaway’s 2022 rendition of the Chev 14 cart bag features five pockets, all plenty large for their purposes. It also has 14 full-length dividers (hence the name) that keep each club in its own space, free from knocking against its bag-mates.
OGIO Woode 15 Cart Bag (PGA Tour Superstore)
Why we like it: With 11 fun and unique colorways/patterns you’ll be sure to stick out on the course. The Woode 15 has push cart lock down straps, perfect for walking rounds and tons of storage. It has 11 pockets, including an insulated pocket and quick access pockets for both valuables and golf balls.
Ping Traverse cart bag (GlobalGolf)
Why we like it: PING is a favorite among those who like to carry their bags, but don’t sleep on the Traverse, PING’s lightest cart bag. Newly designed, the bag has 13 pockets, including pockets specifically designed for your golf balls, rangefinder, and even a cooler. PING offers 20 different color combos, including the popular multi-cam pictured above.
Hoofer Lite stand bag (Ping)
Why we like it: Like we said, PING is a favorite among those who carry. Favored among countless collegiate programs, the Hoofer series is an elite stand bag. This specific version has two colorways available and has a 19 liter storage capacity. Plenty of room for those who like to go back and forth between walking and carts.
Why we like it: Inspired by staff bags of the 1970s, the SL cart bag is the first of its kind from Stitch. It has a five-way divider and is made of premium materials that are well worth the price. Simple, yet sleek the SL cart bag will be the envy of your group.
SL2 Colorblock golf bags (Stitch)
Why we like it: The SL2 Colorblock is just straight-up cool. Regularly coming in black/white, navy/white, or our favorite, white/white, the SL2 is a slimmed-down version of its big brother. Recently, Stitch released two new colors, green/white and stitch blue/white as limited edition items. At four pounds, the SL2 is on the lighter side but it still features premium materials. It’s water and stain-resistant and comes with a rain hood to help fight the pesky wet conditions.
Why we like it: Coming in at 2.9 pounds, the 2.5+ is the lightest bag on our list and one of the lightest on the market. A four-way divider up top and six pockets keep things organized as you march through your next 18 holes. The 2.5+ comes in eight different colorways.
Flex Tech Lite stand bag (TaylorMade)
Why we like it: Made with the walking golfer in mind, the Taylormade FlexTech Lite has an extended hip pad, and comes in at four pounds on the dot. The FlexTech Lite can easily transition from a stand bag to a cart bag, making it as versatile as your favorite wedge.
Team Effort Caddie Carry Hybrid Bag (PGA Tour Superstore)
Why we like it: Do you love playing weekend rounds with your best friends? Do those rounds coincide or precede with your favorite team’s game? Well you can still rep your squad with the Team Effort Caddy Carry Hybrid Bag. Coming in all 32 NFL teams and a handful of NCAA options, the Caddie Carry is lightweight, features extra padding for your shoulders and has six screen-printed logos of your favorite team so your fandom will be known from every angle.
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