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Ogio Syncro Cart Bag


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Ogio Personalized Syncro II Cart Bag Style and functionality come together in the Ogio Personalized Syncro II Cart Bag. The latest in golf bag technology can be found within every feature this bag has to offer, thus making your golf experience even more enjoyable. Additional features: 14-way Diamond UltraLite Performance cart top ZBP (zipperless ball pocket) Individual, full-length club dividers Lift Grip integrated trunk handle Internal Isolation Chamber wet/dry pocket Fleece-lined wallet and c


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Review Date
July 2, 2010

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Roy 1 ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Synchro

Summary:
Goth these bags at a very good buy out of TGW. First off this is a newer model than what has been reviewed in the past. It sets best up for those that use a push cart. It also makes a good riding bag. It is a great size for those that want a cart bag. Not too big nor too small. It comes with a 15 way top with full length dividers and a putter tube on the outside of the bag. It has the best umbrella holder system I have come across. Tremendous number of pockets for all kinds of uses. You can literally put all kinds of things all over the place and they are easy to access. I also like the carry system as it's nicely balanced when you pick up the bag. Top quality bag. Has everything most golfers would want. In the past I have had Datrek, Sun Mountain and Golfsmith bags. So far, this has been the best bag.

Customer Service:
I've used TGW several times and they seem to be just fine.


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Review Date
May 28, 2007

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Will Frey ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
ogio syncro

Summary:
The Syncro is a great bag with a couple of faults. First as a great bag it is light with lots of convenient storage space. I paticularly like the smaller torage pockets near the top of the bag and the easy to access storage at the bottom. The hydration pocket is a real plus and, as with most bags, it has a lined valuables pocket. The exterior ball and tee storage is a necessity for quick play.

Drawbacks: It has a very small area for a putter - I carry a 2-ball putter and have to move it to the iron area when I place the cover on it (rarely). Also, could use additional support to prevent twisting in a cart (pull or power). Ogio has a great anti twist system it uses on a few stand bags and a bag which is marketed as a pull cart bag should also use it.

Overall I'm very satisfied with the Sycro. Aside from the above - it looks great!


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Review Date
November 6, 2006

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 2 of 5

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Reviewed by: sd_davis ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Ogio Syncro Cart Bag (2007)

Summary:
PRO: Light weight, and small form factor.

CON: Pockets are too small and tight.

I got this bag in hopes to lower the overall weight of my bag and contents. While the bag is light for a cart bag, it falls short of usability with its function.

The problem is that this bag tries to do it all, but instead fails to do either. Without the inclusion of an internal stand (feet) this bag is defiantly a cart bag. However, most of the pockets are either too small, or too tight to be usable. Additionally, the configuration of the small pockets is such that items will fall out if they are unzipped all the way (which is necessary to get things out).

The bag does have some neat features like, a storable shoulder strap, hydration pocket, internal umbrella sleeve, and external ball and tee holders. It is a good-looking bag, and is very light. The club top was functional, and allowed for easy access to all clubs.

This bag might be more suitable to someone with smaller hands, needing a very light bag.

Customer Service:
Purchased via SportsAuthority.com, and they have a 30 day no reason return policy. Love that!

Similar Products Used:
Daytrek, BagBoy (the winner), Ping, TaylorMade, Callaway


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