Titleist X56 Stand Bag Bags

Titleist X56 Stand Bag Bags 


  • Weighs 3.9 pounds
  • Dual strap design
  • 6-way top with full length dividers


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[Jun 29, 2007]
Shoots in the 80s
Model Reviewed: X-56

This is not a great bag, but not an awful bag, its sort of average. The straps are very comfortable and the bag is light, even when fully loaded with balls, tees, and clubs. The biggest problem for me is the top cuff. I had an Izzo and an Ogio carry bag and they both had a putter well and better club divders. With this bag, I have a tendency to loss my putter in the jumble of other clubs. Also, the placement of the towel ring leaves much to be desired as the towel constantly flops down into the legs and prevents the legs from closing completely. The other issue with the legs that I've noticed is that they sometimes cross over when closed and the feet stick together preventing the legs from extending until you kick them apart. This version lacks a bottle pocket, which seemed to be addressed the newest edition but is sorely missed in this model. The pocket space is adequate, but don't expect to be able to stuff 5 dozen balls, rain gear, and a pair of shoes in this bag. It is a carry bag and space is somewhat limited. As for use in a cart, this bag is plaged by the same problem as the X78 in that the base is too wide to fit in the cart front to back. Thus, you have to place the bag on a diagional which limits easy access to one side of the bag. All in all, this is a good carry bag and although other bags may be lighter (izzo, ping)the extra pockets help cram all the stuff you want to carry.

Customer Service

Never used

Similar Products Used:

Izzo, Ogio, Knight, Taylor Made, Sun Mountain, multiple others

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