Are staff golf bags worth it?

Are staff golf bags worth it?

Even if you don’t plan to use the bag for advertising or tournament purposes, you may still benefit from the size and space offered by a golf staff bag. The weight is worth it if you avidly golf, always have a caddy, pack heavy, and don’t mind carrying the bag for a round.

What’s the difference between a cart bag and a staff bag?

Cart bags are slightly smaller and noticeably lighter than staff bags. However, if you walk the course using a golf push or pull cart, then cart bags are a great option. And of course, if you ride in a cart, these are perfectly designed for that use (hence the name).

What does staff bag mean?

Tour Staff Bags A staff bag is for players who are lucky enough to have someone else carry their clubs for them (or for someone with an incredibly strong back).

Where are Callaway bags made?

All the golf club components are manufactured in China as well as apparel and other equipment. The 60% balance is completed in Asia for worldwide distribution. The latest development from Callaway sees the assembly now moving to Monterey in Mexico. The distribution has been outsourced from Carlsbad to Dallas.

Why do pros use staff bags?

Staff bags are designed to hold everything a pro would need. Take for instance, the Cleveland CG Staff Bag. Staff Bags are designed for convenience and quality in mind and the Cleveland bag comes with eight pockets, six of them zippered. You don’t usually find zippers on cart or stand bags.

How much does a staff bag weigh?

The bag ranges from about 25 lbs. all the way up to 50 lbs.

What do pro golfers do with old bags?

The bags don’t belong to any player, they’re just put there by equipment companies hoping that a golfer who has lost interest in one or more of his clubs will wander over and pick one up. The clubs are watched-over by an employee of the equipment company, whose primary job is to get their product into pros’ hands.

How much does the average PGA players bag weigh?

A PGA Tour player’s bag is about fifty pounds. Carrying a fifty-pound bag for eighteen holes is no easy task. Especially when you consider the terrain that these caddies are asked to traverse. PGA Tour players rarely lose a golf ball in the course of the round, so we know they aren’t filling the bag with golf balls.

Are PGA caddies allowed to use push carts?

First of all, the PGA does allow the carts in some situations. On the Champions Tour – the old guys — the golfer may ride in the cart while the caddie walks or the caddie may ride while the golfer walks but they can’t both ride at the same time.

How many golf balls can a pro golfer carry in his bag?

nine golf balls
Under the Rules of Golf, a golfer can carry as many golf balls as they want in their bag. Really, they can carry as many golf balls as they’re willing to carry around themselves or their caddie is willing to lug around for them. Most PGA Tour golfers carry in the area of nine golf balls in their bag per round.