Ping J Bags Bags

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[Apr 28, 2008]
JAYINNJ
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: all ping bags

PING BAGS ARE THE BEST!!!! speaking as a player who shoots in the 80's , to a caddy @ a private CC.... they are well made...VERY easy to take clubs out and put back into... and as far as the straps there is NO COMPARISON !!!... the straps are wide, soft on your shoulders, AND CAN BE PUT ON YOUR LEFT OR RIGHT SHOULDER WITHOUT ANY PROBLEM,,,, try doing that with an Izzo for 4 hrs and some CC guy who shoots 95 or worse... your shoulders will kill you for 3 days...

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jan 16, 2004]
Shoots in the 90s

I cannot recommend this bag at all. Mine showed major wear (many seams coming apart) after 7 months and was replaced by PING. Not only does one get major club tangle with this bag (due to the stand mechanism), there are other flaws as well like the flimsy legs (usually not retracting fully, pulling the special strap for adjusting this doesn´t help). The dual-straps work quite well with a full set (if adjusted properly which takes time) but when 3-4 clubs are removed it needs to be re-adjusted. Frustrating... The wear&tear my bag was showing after only 7 months was incredible, this bag is not manufactured anywhere near as well as my previous Taylormade or Callaway bags. The replacement PING sent did not look any better (especially the legs) so I ended up selling it on ebay.

Similar Products Used:

Taylormade, Callaway, Ogio, Great Divider

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
1
[Nov 10, 2003]
atm
Shoots in the 70s
Model Reviewed: Ping J bag

Was looking for a bag to replace my Izzo Cruiser (older stand model with short legs) and found this bag for a reasonable price on ebay. Positives include it's light, nice pockets and layout, great rainhood, and a very nice elastic towel holder. However, it has a couple of significant problems. Since the bottom of the bag is what extends the legs when the bag is placed down, clubs get tangled and are difficult in taking out and putting in the bag (even with full length dividers). The second is that the strap mechanism is not as good as the Izzo one. It’s not difficult to use but does not balance the bag as well as the Izzo.

Similar Products Used:

Izzo carry bag

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
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