Ping Craz-e-lite Stand Bag Bags

Ping Craz-e-lite Stand Bag Bags 

DESCRIPTION

  • Six-way top
  • Five pockets
  • 8" x 9.5" circular top
  • Dual sliding strap

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 31, 2010]
Joe
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: PING Craz-e-Lite

My neighbor is really big into golf so he gives me bags he buys and doesnt like. Today he gave me a PING Craz-e-Lite and so far i like it. My old bag was made by PING also. When i compared my new one to my old one, it was much lighter and the straps were alot more comfortable. Then, i put my clubs in and realized the straps are TERRIBLE! They are extremely difficult to adjust and they aren't very comfy. But i didnt let just the straps change my opinion of this bag. The pockets hold all that i need and the spandex pocket on the spine that hold your balls is really cool. Besides the straps (I don't why PING doesn't change them) this bag is great.

Customer Service

None

Similar Products Used:

PING hoofer

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Oct 18, 2007]
maxmag
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Ping Craz-e-lite Stand Bag

I recently won this bag at a tournament and I was really excited. I had been in the market for a lightweight bag with double shoulder straps that I could use while walking a few rounds.

Thank God I won this bag and didn't pay for it.

The bag itself is fine. Well constructed, good pockets, water bottle holder, and incredibly lightweight (under 4 lbs, per PING). The straps, however, well...they suck...a lot. Uncomfortable, difficult to put on, once it's on it's very top heavy so your clubs attempt to dump out very easily. Not friendly at all. Also, the club cover that comes with the bag is at best an afterthought. Weak, weak connections.

I'll probably end up selling it on EBAY or giving it to a friend...if any of them want it.

Customer Service

Never used.

Similar Products Used:

I have a Hunter Stand Bag that I'm very happy with. Just a little too heavy to carry for 18 holes.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
[Apr 28, 2007]
Mark
Shoots in the 90s
Model Reviewed: Ping Craz-E-Lite

After narrowing my choices down to the Craz-E-Lite and a couple of Titleist models, I choose the Craz-E-Lite simply because I liked the way it looked. I wish I had choosen a Titleist. The bag itself is fine but the dual strap system that Ping uses has been frustrating. The straps twist, the latches that adjust the straps tend to work lose, and the pads aren't that comfortable. Hooking straps over both shoulders is difficult enough that I usually just use one strap unless I get tired. There are a lot of nice features to like about this bag, but straps completely cancel them out.

Customer Service

Haven't used it

Similar Products Used:

older Wilson models

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
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