American Golf is fully behind players using GPS and rangefinders on golf courses, and we have created this useful buying guide to help everyone get the most from these popular devices.
2017 Golf Luggage
Holiday or business trips which include a spot of golf means making sure you have the right luggage in which to carry golf clubs or clothing and accessories. This buying guide to golf luggage details everything a player will need when choosing which type of carry-on set is ideal for your needs.
Duffle bags, such as the Under Armour Undeniable II MD Duffel Bag, Nike Golf Departure Duffle III Bag, FootJoy Canvas Duffel Bag and Nike Golf Sport III Duffle Bag, have become some of the most used popular types of luggage due in no small part to them being lightweight and incredibly roomy. Perfect for those getaway golfing weekends, or a full-on golf holiday, duffle bags are larger in size than backpacks or tote bags because the storage options are so impressive. In most cases, duffle bags can be purchased in small, medium and large sizes, making them perfect for sharing luggage with families or friends on a budget. Commonly a duffle bag will be made from nylon and have excellent waterproof exteriors.
Practice/Golf Ball/Shag Bags
Practice bags (also known as golf ball bags and shag bags) are used predominantly for practice purposes and not the golf course. These bags, such as the TaylorMade Practice Ball Shag Bag and Callaway Golf Car Boot Locker, are ideal for collecting and carrying golf balls to and from the practice range. These bags are small and lightweight, fit easily into a car boot or locker, and can hold a good amount of golf balls.
Shag bags are ball bags which have funnels that collect golf balls as you place the funnel over them, saving you from having to bend down after every collection.