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Organizing your golf bag

post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 
I'll admit, my Irons, woods, hybryds, Driver, putter, wedges.............all have their own special place in my golf bag.
Irons above 6
Irons below 6
sand and pitching wedge
Hybrids
Woods
Putter
Driver

As I'm learning my distances, I am finding that my Type A personality when organizing my bag has helped me to grab what I need(or what I think I need ) a lot quicker.
This isn't even getting into the place for my golf glove, tees, balls, towel, .............etc

Every once in a while I put a club in 'time out', but I don't have a special place for that. Something to think about for my next golf bag
post #2 of 16
For me, putting a club in time out usually means throwing it in a lake.

I've got my bag organized in a similar fashion. It keeps things from clacking so much. I arrange the money in my wallet according to denomination. I sense a trend here.....
post #3 of 16
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Originally Posted by SpikeDog View Post
For me, putting a club in time out usually means throwing it in a lake.
I haven't done that..............yet

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Originally Posted by SpikeDog View Post
I've got my bag organized in a similar fashion. It keeps things from clacking so much. I arrange the money in my wallet according to denomination. I sense a trend here.....
Facing the same direction, too?:
Me too!
post #4 of 16
All right side up, with all the wrinkles smoothed out.

I clean my ball after every hole. A clean ball is a happy ball.

I have to admit I scrounge for used tees, however.
post #5 of 16
Aside from speeding up play and minimizing club banging, organizing your clubs makes it much easier to spot a missing one!
post #6 of 16
I bought one of the new Bag Boy Revolver top bags the clubs lock in to the bag and thetops spins to make it easy to access any of the clubs.
post #7 of 16
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Originally Posted by Finndog View Post
I bought one of the new Bag Boy Revolver top bags the clubs lock in to the bag and thetops spins to make it easy to access any of the clubs.
Ahhhhh, but does it have a "time out" area for clubs that behave badly?
post #8 of 16
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
Every once in a while I put a club in 'time out', but I don't have a special place for that. Something to think about for my next golf bag
yep, organization reduces one small source of stress and helps speed things along. As for clubs on time out, I pick my 14 clubs and leave the other ones in the car. Usually it comes down to 3 iron versus driver/3 wood. YMMV...
post #9 of 16
The ONLY things allowed in my right side pants pocket are two tees (one for the driver and a short or broken one for par threes) a divot tool and a ball mark.
post #10 of 16
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
Ahhhhh, but does it have a "time out" area for clubs that behave badly?

mine are all bad.......

bought it at golf at a big discount. very nice bag though
post #11 of 16
Small down bottom, big up top. Learned this from a buddy that used to caddy.
post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by Philpug View Post
Small down bottom, big up top. Learned this from a buddy that used to caddy.
Yep. I also do irons and woods evenly distributed by number as well. Seems to work out, except when we're behind and I just toss the club any which way in to get moving.
post #13 of 16
Don't forget: Sun Screen, bug repellant, extra soft spikes and a couple of Clif bars....
post #14 of 16
Have you ever noticed that putters don't float?
post #15 of 16
Yes, bent putters don't float; I've never float-tested a straight putter.
post #16 of 16
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Have you ever noticed that putters don't float?
I had not noticed that. All putters or one specific brand/model?
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