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TaylorMade Staff Bag Giveaway
By mustang6560 on 4/4/11
** GIVEAWAY OVER **

What would Monday of The Masters week be without a giveaway? Our thoughts, too!

Our good friends at TaylorMade-adidas are giving one oober the opportunity to win the new TaylorMade Limited Edition Tour Season Opener Staff Bag with their name embroidered on the bag (pictured- right). That's not it! The winner will also receive the daily use bag they picked as their favorite (read below for more info).

How to Enter

Visit www.taylormadegolfgear.com and click on "Bags" in the top navigation. Look through all of the daily use bags (stand bags, cart bags and ladies bags for all the ladies) and post a comment below answering this question:
Which bag would you use on a daily basis if you get it for free AND why?
Entering is easy. But, you have to answer the question for your entry to count. Only comments answering the question will be counted in the drawing.

This giveaway will run through the entire week of The Masters, ending on Sunday and we will announce a winner next week. Thanks again to TaylorMade-adidas for making this giveaway possible.


[ comments ]
mbills1015 says:
I would use a stand bag on a daily basis for its versitility. I can get out and walk the course with it, it can certainly be put in a cart and it has all the compartments and then some that I would need to hold everything. To me it gives you the most options for your round --
4/4/11
 
Kickntrue says:
I guess I can't win this thing (too bad- that thing would look awesome in my mancave). As far as a daily use bag- the Monaco 3.0 Cart bag looks sweet. Ever since switching to a push cart- I think cart bag is only way to go- even for walking. It's just so much better for the experience than a stand (carry) bag.
4/4/11
 
Kurt the Knife says:
I like the Pure Lite 2.0 stand bag cuz my current one is getting all ratty and was never very good to start with. It took me a while to understand what features in a bag would be useful for me. Now I know and the Pure Lite looks like it would be perfect.
4/4/11
 
bkuehn1952 says:
I walk and carry close to 90 times over the course of a golf season. At my age every pound counts when it comes to what I carry. Based on the course difficulty and weather, I may shed the umbrella and any excess golf balls. As such, my daily use bag would be a TaylorMade Micro-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag. At 3.9 pounds I just might be willing to take along 7 balls and a full water bottle.
4/4/11
 
zli says:
I think the pure-lite 2.0 is a hands-down winner for me. I love walking but some of the courses don't allow that over the weekend. I think this bag is so versatile and would be ideal for either situation.

The staff bag would be great to put in my office!
4/4/11
 
homermania says:
I would use both bags so I could carry 28 clubs.
4/4/11
 
Shankapotamus says:
As a walker, I would choose the Pure-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag for daily use. I had one of the first lightweight stand bags Taylormade came out with and loved it. I used until I wore through the hip pad.

However, what I really want is the Staff bag and here's why. I won a bet with a friend of mine and, as a result, he has to caddy 18 holes for me and take the job seriously. I think it would be hilarious to show up with a staff bag, a bib, etc. It's not everyday you see an oober out playing a public course with what appears to be a pro jock.
4/4/11
 
bobhooe says:
Think I would rock the Monico 3.0. it looks the business and has an "Oversized Cooler pocket". Sounds right up my alley. The staff bag on the other hand would have plenty of room to retro fit a banging sound system Dangerfield style. I would only use it when a caddie was involved of course. I mean if I'm made to pay someone to suggest what club I use there's going to be a car battery in the bottom of the bag ensuring I get my moneys worth.
4/4/11
 
Broadway99 says:
I would use the Monaco 3.0 Cart Bag. I recently used some CC points on a push cart and prefer walking than riding. The Monaco 3.0 Cart Bag would fit my cart perfectly and it's Red. I'm a fan of red and taylormade!
4/4/11
 
mjaber says:
I'm diggin' the Catalina 2.0. It's got one more "fastek" receiver than the Monaco, and individual dividers. It'd be perfect for my cart.
4/4/11
 
birdieXris says:
I would absolutely use the heck out of the TMX stand bag. It's light, has a stand, but is still sturdy enough to put on a cart and not get crushed.
4/4/11
 
bobe33 says:
I would use the TMX Stand Bag because its the best of both worlds. Its a Stand Bag that actually looks good enough for a Staff Bag.
4/4/11
 
tcjonny says:
I would also use the heck out of the TMX stand bag.... and I do, because I own it. Its the sickest thing since malaria and its hands down the best bag i've ever owned. Its slightly heavier than the micro-lights, however its not so bad that its difficult to carry, and it just looks like a bigger staff bag when its standing there. Its got all the looks of a staff bag, and then all the comfort and functionality of a stand bag.
4/4/11
 
falcon50driver says:
I have a worn out Ping bag, I think my Taylormade driver would feel more at home in an appropriately named bag.
4/4/11
 
Felipe Rojas says:
I like to use a cart for playing 18 holes (mostly in the weekends), but I like to walk when I play 9 holes (tyipically in weekdays). That is why I like the versatility of a Stand Bag. The R9 Pure Lite or the Pure Lite 2.0 Stand Bag both seem to allow for that versatility I'm looking for, although the Micro Lite appeal of 3.9 lbs weight would probably be better when walking.
4/4/11
 
white_rabbitt says:
I would go w/ the Pure-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag in White/Red/Black/Yellow. Need a stand bag for when I walk and love all the features of this bag. (FAS-TEK!)
4/4/11
 
lcgolfer64 says:
I bought a new XXT-Lite (Callaway) last year and I really like it. I walked probably 35-40 rounds with last year and it was sturdy and comfortable

If I won this one, it would go in the golf-office in my house. Another piece for the golf shrine!
4/4/11
 
sepfeiff says:
I would use the the tmx t2 bag, looking for some more storage room on the cart and I already have a few ultralite carry bags
4/4/11
 
rmumph1 says:
I would use the TMX Stand Bag for all the reasons mentioned above. The best of both worlds. It's the sickest thing since malaria (LOL)
4/4/11
 
Banker85 says:
TMX Stand Bag
Sharp looking, versitale enough to go from walking to cart. Shoulder strap looks easy to use and comfortable. Plus it says if a pro were to walk and carry for 18 holes they would use this bag! Count me In!
4/4/11
 
brian575 says:
I would use the Catalina 2.0 cart bag. I use a push cart and would like a bag without legs that would stay centered on the cart. My current bag has stand legs that force the bag off-center. Honestly they really should make a stand bag with removable legs. This way you only have the legs installed when you need them and can take them off when the bag is not being carried.
4/4/11
 
Junior8516 says:
TMX Stand Bag. It has the look of a classy cart bag with the function of a carry bag. I'd be the best "looking" player in my group with it!
4/4/11
 
wrhall02 says:
TMX Standbag, bcause it is nice looking and offer versatility.
4/4/11
 
lcgolfer64 says:
TMX Stand Bag
... Just to specifically answer the question (and officially enter)
4/4/11
 
Backquak says:
pure lite 2.0, walking, riding, pushing, it works.
4/4/11
 
billbadaz says:
I would use the Tour Lite 2.0, in Red White and Black, for the University of Louisville. I love to walk the golf course, and the lighter the bag, the better. Plus, it looks damn good with my Taylormade Clubs in it.
4/4/11
 
billbadaz says:
I meant Pure Lite 2.0
4/4/11
 
ajbaird90 says:
With out a doubt the Catalina 2.0 Cart Bag. Got to go with max pockets and the full compliment of club dividers.
4/4/11
 
twouponetoplay says:
Catalina 2.0 cart bag
This bag is the most functional bag available. It will allow me to have the choice of walking(with a push cart) or riding. I love the 14 way divided top that will keep my clubs from banging around and the amount of storage that this bag offers is great.
4/4/11
 
ppinkert says:
R11 Pure-Lite Stand Bag

Super sweet looking bag and I love the R11 Ghost White. It has all the storage and functionality that I'm like in a Golf bag. I don't always walk, because of the group I play in, however, when I am hitting the course on my own this bag would be perfect for me and give me everything I need to walk the links and play the game.
4/4/11
 
Jattruia says:
i would go with the Micro-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag since it's so light and i prefer to walk.
4/4/11
 
bducharm says:
NO DOUBT, I would use the TMX Staff bag. I typically ride since our course is VERY unfriendly to walkers!!! Besides, I like the space in a staff bag!!!
4/4/11
 
srogers13 says:
I would choose the Catalina 2.0. I like the 14 club divider that it offers, and it has enough room to hold my rain outfit for when I get caught in those afternoon t-storms that pop up fast in the summer around here. It looks like it would work well with my push cart or on a regular cart, plus I do have a Taylor Made Driver and Irons.
4/4/11
 
Mortalsword says:
I would like the Ladies pure-light 3.o for my wifer so she could play more w me or the Manaco 3.o for myself, I use a push-cart most of the time so it would probably be a better fit.
4/4/11
 
dartboss04 says:
I would use Catalina 2.0 Cart Bag. It has the club dividers which are great, and they had me at 3 velour lined pockets. I can't get enough velour.
4/4/11
 
johnweston says:
I would use the R11 Pure-lite bag because I prefer to walk and it is only 4.9 lbs and plenty of pockets.
4/4/11
 
oobk says:
I would go with Micro-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag. Nice and light, great for walking.
4/4/11
 
windowsurfer says:
Sign me up, cuz I don't have a single TM product in my bag, so it would be "mmmmm . . . ironical", as Marge Simpson would say.
4/4/11
 
Blakevt says:
Pure Lite 2.0, looks good, good for walking and riding
4/4/11
 
pennsafety says:
Catalina 2.0 cart bag at 5.5lbs with a large cooler pocket. The course management won't have to ask me whats in the cooler anymore!!!
4/4/11
 
dottomm says:
Burner 2.0 Stand Bag - It's light (4.5lbs) and I like to walk, would fit in my car everyday, matches my burner head cover so I'd look good, and though I don't get to golf every day, it does have an Insulated Beverage Sleeve Pocket giving it the real possibility of getting used every day. Go a head and send me one. I'll show you.
4/4/11
 
dpbaxter says:
Definitely the Pure Lite 2.0 - good balance between weight for walking and "cartability" (strapping to back of the cart in a non-awkward manner)
4/4/11
 
par420 says:
How can you not pick the tmx staff bag. BIGGER is always better. If i win the bag i can ask pennsafety if can borrow his dog bag cover he won from oob
4/4/11
 
TeT says:
I would use the TMX Stand Bag for everyday use... sharp looking with plenty of room and light enough at 7lbs to carry for a full round...
4/4/11
 
TravisMiller says:
Supreme Hybrid 2.0 - because sometimes I ride sometimes I walk and I don't wanna switch bags depending on what I am doing.
4/4/11
 
falcon50driver says:
The micro lite 2.0 bag looks like just the ticket for carrying my ten clubs in the limited baggage space I have available in the Lear.
4/4/11
 
drew1473 says:
I would use the Pure-Lite 2.0 Stand bag, I am wanting to start walking more rounds instead of riding, but still occasionally ride. So I would want one that I could use for both uses. Don't really see the point of having a staff bag, since I am not playing serious tournaments. Hopefully, my game can get to that point sometime. But as of right now, I want to have fun and get healthier. So pick me!
4/4/11
 
creekaction says:
I would use the TMX Stand Bag. I love to walk and carry my own clubs to add to the fitness of the sport but I am often envious of my friends with their more spacious cart bags. The Taylormade TMX stand bag seems like the best of both worlds, it carries like a stand bag, but has more space and the look and feel of a full blown Taylormade staff bag. With that bag, not only would I get my workout, but I would also way out class their lesser cart bags. Now I just need to find the game to match the look!
4/4/11
 
fausty111 says:
TMX Stand Bag is the bag of my choice. I can't afford this bag so that is one reason I would use this bag daily. #2 it might make me look like a good golfer. #3 I walk alot and I go thru a bag a year becasue I can't afford a top of the line quality carry ( pull-cart ) bag. This bag made by Taylormade has to beat my once a year walmart $25 special that ripes apart by my 5th round.
4/4/11
 
Clint24 says:
TMX Stand Bag to show off to my high school teamates and intimidate the opponents.
4/4/11
 
jrbizzle says:
R11 Pure Lite Stand Bag, it's gorgeous, light weight, and has just enough room for everything I need to walk 18. I rarely take carts, and this is a pretty nice upgrade vs. my 10 year old Nicklaus stand bag. The TMX Stand Bag is super nice, but a bit too heavy for my liking, the R11 Pure Lite is perfect.
4/4/11
 
chucksteak77 says:
I would go with the Monaco Cart bag simply for the "oversized cooler pocket". Period.
4/4/11
 
jfurr says:
I would use the Micro-Lite 2.0 daily - looks fantastic, great features with the insulated water compartment and many pockets, marker sleeve, vented straps, and the handy top grab handle. Looks easy to grab and go. I prefer walking and to carry a stand bag rather than a push cart, and normally carry less than a full set of clubs. If I am picked would probably go with the all white to match the Burner Superfast 2.0 driver.
4/4/11
 
UNCWDave says:
Supreme Hybrid 2.0. Looks good for walking or riding. I like the 14-way top to keep the clubs from getting jammed up and the cooler pocket to keep the beverages cold.
4/4/11
 
elhacker says:
I would also go with the micor-lite 2.0 for walking. I walked a lot last year. This winter I broke my ankle playing hockey. Rehab is going well and the goal is to be on the course walking 9 by the beginning of May. The lighter the bag for me the less weight I have to carry and the more enjoyable the round.
4/4/11
 
Trip says:
Pure-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag
It's like what David Lee Roth said, "It's not whether you win or lose, but how good you look playing!".
4/4/11
 
KeithH says:
The Catalina 2.0 (Black/White/Red). It would be a great bag to use with my push cart. Oh, and the personalized Staff Bag would be awesome!
4/4/11
 
smatthews says:
Would love the Catalina 2.0. Would fit in the pull cart without fighting the legs of my stand bag.
4/4/11
 
hukashi says:
I would go with the Micro-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag. I like to walk and carry my bag. I've started to walk the course 3 years ago. I've lost some weight and it seems to help my golf game. I have a better tempo in my swings. I am able to make better decisions due to having more time between shots and the funny thing is, my rounds have gotten faster!
4/4/11
 
gpickin says:
I think I would have to go with the Supreme Hybrid 2.0. It seems to have loads of compartments, including a much needed cooler. In Bakersfield it gets to 110, a cooler is vital. I like the idea of having 9 pockets, and 5.8 lbs means its light enough for me to walk the course (when its under 100). Dual Straps for walking, but it looks compact enough for the cart, best of both worlds, and you know TaylorMade is made to last, and its a good looking bag... it matches my color scheme too :)
4/5/11
 
kmblecha says:
Definitely the Pure-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag as I'm a walker. I play Taylor Made Woods and tend to wear a TM Visor. Having an insulated beverage holder for a cold, frosty one doesn't hurt my feelings either!
4/5/11
 
Bryan K says:
The Catalina 2.0 cart bag looks pretty sweet. I'm a walker, but I use a push cart. The club separations for 13 clubs plus the extra bin for my umbrella and ball retriever is nice, and a pocket to keep drinks cool is a must. But I have to be honest, I still like my Ogio Kingpin better than any of the ones listed. But if I was to win a Catalina 2.0, I'd have to pass my Ogio down to my nephew.
4/5/11
 
Pappybro says:
Catalina 2.0. brian575, KeithH and smatthews are right - it'd make a good pull cart bag. And yeah, a detachable stand is a good idea.
4/5/11
 
kingwood hacker says:
I would definitely choose the R11 Pure-Lite. I love to walk the course, and a lighter bag would really make it easier on my back. But so would not having to carry so many golf balls. I love the all white look of the R11 bag, it just looks classy to me. Everyone has a black bag, it would be nice to be different.
4/5/11
 
golfmaniac says:
Catalina 2.0 since I use a pull cart. I like the design and the number of storage compartments. The cooler compartment is awesome for storage of a birdie blast beverage.
4/5/11
 
BAKE_DAWG40 says:
The TMX Stand Bag because I like to walk & when I do ride, it appears it would fit on the cart better. The stand bag I have now doesn't do so hot on the back of the cart.
4/5/11
 
442jet says:
The Supreme Hybrid 2.0, large cooler pocket and full length dividers
4/5/11
 
dbm58 says:
I would choose the R11 Pure Lite Stand Bag. I normally take a cart when playing but having the stand bag is great for the range as my old one (Ping) is not a stand nor does it have full length dividers. The club handles always seem to jam and it's hard putting a club back in. Besides my TM R7 driver would look great sitting in the Pure Lite !
4/5/11
 
Fergsauce says:
A stand bag would be my choice for the versatility. Since I already own a bran new set of Burner 2.0 irons, driver, and fairway driver I would have to go with the Burner 2.0 stand bag. A complete set of Burner clubs would look nice in a matching bag.
4/5/11
 
dsferris says:
I would use the Supreme Hybrid 2.0. I like the 14 way top. The insulated pocket, and weight are good for walking. It also looks like it could handle being on a cart. I think overall it would be the right bag for me. I agree with dbm most of the time I ride, but I like having the option, at the range a stand bag is great.
4/5/11
 
carv712 says:
The Monaco 3.0 - I liked the Catalina but the 14 split top would be a pain when carrying 15+ clubs on the driving range. The monaco used to come in green - I wish it still did.
4/5/11
 
bcrosby007 says:
I would probably rock the R-11 Pure Lite. It's light and looks clean. It might make me want to walk... No... It wont.
4/5/11
 
sigmapete1 says:
Definitely the Pure Light 2.0. I walk almost every round and need a light but durable bag. I like the features it has as well, such as the GPS/cell holder on the shoulder strap and the pockets seem well placed. I like the blue one.
4/5/11
 
golfmapper says:
I would choose the staff bag, It will fit on most push carts, and of course fit in any riding cart and if you can con someone into being a caddie, you could act like a pro, or look like one, or atleast your bag would.
4/5/11
 
erickbelus says:
The R11 Pure-Lite Stand Bag looks lie the winner to me. Full featured and light enough to carry without having a Sunday bag feel. Additionally, it's just a good looking bag.
4/5/11
 
TheBrownCrayon says:
I'd use the stand bag the most, it doesn't look like you lose much in the way of pocket space from a smallish cart bag that I have now.
4/5/11
 
kd145 says:
If I got a bag for free, it'd be the same one I'd buy -- Catalina 2.0 cart bag. At 46 years old and 245lbs. a carry bag is out of the question! And staff bags are too freaking heavy. I have to carry myself around and I don't need extra weight. Also, the bag seems to come with 3 cool "floating ghost wallets" as shown in the final photo.
4/5/11
 
dbm58 says:
@kd145 ... those are (or should I say, that is) the FAS-TEK Range Finder Case
4/5/11
 
lud5380 says:
I would go for the microlite 2.0 bag because it looks durable, light and stylish. I play better while walking and have a strong dislike towards courses that make you ride.
4/5/11
 
jgideon84 says:
I would go for the Supreme Hybrid 2.0 because I like a fully functional bag for walking or riding. It has all the bells and whistles that you could want and it is still only 5.8 lbs. Hook it up Taylormade and Oobgolf!
4/5/11
 
crowdan says:
Supreme Hybrid 2.0, because of the versatility, club seperation, and it looks like there is plenty of pocket space.
4/5/11
 
Jcfly28 says:
I would use the TMX Staff Bag everyday because I use a golf cart anyway and love the look, sophistication and many pockets.
4/5/11
 
theport22 says:
I would use the TMX Stand bag because of the slick design and fuctionality. Although I use a cart most of the time, it's still nice to have a stand to go along with the aesthetics.
4/5/11
 
philipb says:
I would use the pure-lite 2.0 as i love to walk courses!
4/5/11
 
glenrich says:
I'd have to go with the TMX Stand bag. It looks nice and even though I never walk the course, I do have to carry my bag to and from the car to the cart sometimes. Plus I like to use stand bag at the range for easy club access.
4/5/11
 
nickmomrik says:
I would use the Pure-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag because my current bag is really heavy and big. I end up putting a lot more in the bag than I need.
4/6/11
 
SQ says:
I'd take the Ladies Cart Bag...the color and texture look really sweet!
4/6/11
 
scottccherry says:
I'd use the Purelite 2.0. I love me a light, functional stand bag since I walk 90% of my rounds. I also liked the r11 bag but the all-white scares me to death, as I live in the Pacific Northwest. Sort of a bummer that non of the stand bags have full-length, individual dividers though. By the way, way to partner with Taylormade for some really easy, effective market research.
4/6/11
 
bacination says:
I would use the TMX staff bag because it looks big enough to hide in if I accidentally nail someone with a stray drive!
4/6/11
 
garthspaulding says:
Hmm. I'm in the market for a micro light bag for travel. But honestly I would use the Pure-lite more as It could replace my current old bag as my standard. it's not overly heavy for walking, great on my push cart and wouldn't fly all over the place or crush when strapped on a cart. Kind of the best of all worlds. oh & the bag also matches most of my clubs.
4/6/11
 
indigno says:
I would use the Catalina, so I can tee off in the red marks
4/6/11
 
JDoughMO says:
Pure-Lite 2.0. Golf is meant to be a walking sport and this bag fits the bill. Functional, affordable, practical and technological.
4/6/11
 
bamfra says:
The Catalina 2.0 looks like the best for me, big enough to hold everything I take with me golfing, water, keys, plus all my other accessories, while not being so big that it becomes unwieldy to store in my trunk and have with me at all times.
4/6/11
 
davehughes123 says:
I'd definitely use the Catalina 2.0 bag. It looks like it has everything I look for in a cart bag.
4/6/11
 
sperry says:
i'd stuff it with beer and one club and carry it with my other bag.
4/6/11
 
ejohnson84 says:
I would have to say the Catalina 2.0 Cart Bag would be my choice. Plenty of storage and light enough for me to go walking every now and then. I love all the storage space it has on it. Very versitile bag.
4/6/11
 
SilverSliver says:
I would have to go with the TMX Stand Bag... Tour looks and function... only you can carry it too. Did I mention, drop dead gorgeous?
4/6/11
 
ot says:
TMX T2 Cart Bag... it looks great but can still fit in a trunk. unfortunately most courses prefer you ride so it seems this bag would look and function great!
4/6/11
 
mbagnola says:
I am a big fan of the R11 pure-lite stand bag, I think the extra couple of pounds lighter than the TMX stand bag is a pretty big deal. I walk about 95% of my rounds, and I also like to golf as many holes as I can in a day from time to time. I have been eyeing this bag for awhile, as I have nearly worn out my Nike stand bag.
4/6/11
 
tdub697 says:
I like the Burner 2.0 Stand Bag, I love the burner product line, I love the styling. I am a big fan of red white and black, TaylorMade equipment and free stuff. Great Contest OOBGolf, You are going to help me look good on the course
4/6/11
 
cincystephen says:
I would pick the Catalina 2.0 Cart Bag. I only ride or use my three wheel push cart since having both of my ACL's replaced in my sports career. I just can't walk with the extra weight of a bag on my knees. I have given up basketball, soccer, and softball because of the knees. Golf is what I have left at 36 and love it! Would love it even more to rock a TaylorMade bag like that! (and for once the wife really would love the deal I got on new golf gear)
4/7/11
 
Mandelbaum! says:
The Pure-Lite 2.0 looks like the one for me. Quite honestly, I'm not sure I've seen a sharper looking bag than the white one!

Regarding the daily use thing: With my wife in school, I'm lucky if I get to golf two times a week. I'd have to get creative to make sure I hold up my end of the deal. I could bring it to meetings at work, loaded with extra pens and notebooks for forgetful coworkers. I could get rid of all my reusable shopping bags, and just bring home the week's haul on my back. I might also strap this puppy to my back like a rocket pack and chase the cats around…you never know. It would be fun though!
4/7/11
 
Reesh33 says:
TMX Staff Bag, I don't think I'd ever purchase a staff bag on my own, I prefer to walk. The only real possibility of me ever using a staff bag would be if I won this contest, in which case I'd use it every day!
4/7/11
 
snkli says:
I'd use the Supreme Hybrid 2.0. I really like the individual dividers for the clubs and they're not kidding when they say Large Insulated Cooler Pocket.
4/7/11
 
mantajim says:
I ride a cart and the Sun Mountain C-130 has a sweet club layout.
4/7/11
 
stuart189 says:
TMX Staff Bag for me, It just looks sweet.....................oh and plenty of pockets to hide my golf clothes in so I can leave the house in my work gear and change at the course leaving my wife none the wiser :)
4/7/11
 
stedar says:
Supreme Hybrid 2 - it has the dividers that I drastically need and can be used for cart and carry :-)
4/7/11
 
golferterry says:
the tmx stand bag, it would be sweet on my shoulder as i swaggered down the 18th fairway and into the 19th hole.
4/7/11
 
SpaceMaNy0 says:
I'd use the Burner 2.0, since it fits my golf style with the insulated beverage sleeve pocket, 6 pockets to fit all my goodies, weighs 10 pounds less than my current bag, has cool colors and a working carry strap (or at least existent), and it matches my driver.
4/8/11
 
Tyler J says:
The TMX Stand bag, because it is still a carry bag for versitility and it looks as good as the tour bags.
4/8/11
 
klubinsky says:
The Supreme hybrid is great...it is a perfect combo of what I am looking for.
4/8/11
 
mmontisano says:
it would have to be the Pure-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag because i'm getting fat in my old age and this will help make me want to walk the course more often.
4/8/11
 
patrickemerson says:
I'd use the Catalina 2.0. I use a push cart and I like the configuration for the pockets and storage on this bag. Plus it looks sharp.
4/8/11
 
sjduffers says:
I use a push cart most of the time (and ride a golf cart the rest), so a cart bag would be the most appropriate replacement for my aging stand bag. I like the Catalina 2.0 with its 14 dividers and great attention to details, from the valuables pocket to the beverage pocket and all the storage. It looks like a very versatile bag.
4/8/11
 
taio781 says:
My pick would be for the R11 Pure-lite. the bag is light and has sturdy grips that make for a much easier time when I have to toss my clubs in the back of the car. The look of the design is prettyu sweet as well.
4/8/11
 
thaman69 says:
Catalina 2.0, the 14 club dividers is awsome with all the storage. Only bad thing is on the range but i can use my stand bag for that. Now hope this year i can get some golf in unlike last year.
4/8/11
 
dhyne says:
I'm all about the R11 Pure-lite bag...the main reason is because it would finally give me the excuse to buy the R11 driver. I mean you can't have a bag if you don't have the club. Pick me, pick me, please.
4/8/11
 
IMKMB says:
I would carry my clubs without a bag if I could play every day otherwise the tmx2 Cart bag looks sweet
4/8/11
 
ralfgrover says:
I would use the Pure-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag since it seems like it is easy to carry and has lots of space for a jacket. It looks sturdy and hopefully would last a long time.
4/9/11
 
komega19 says:
R11 Pure Lite... hands down
4/9/11
 
Mr VanityHandicap says:
Catilina 2.0 for sure! I could goto my league and put it in the cart and have a good ole fashion wine mixer! IT'S A F'in CATILINA WINE MIXER!
4/9/11
 
puckhead09 says:
The Catalina 2.0 cart bag is what I would use for a daily bag. I choose this bag because I love the room a cart bag provides over a stand bag and really dig the built in cooler pouch on those hot days!
4/9/11
 
Minjin52 says:
The Pure-Lite 2.0 Stand Bag in all white is the one for me. I walk a lot my courses and this bag is light weight and has a clean classic look with a bazillion pockets. It would be a very nice addition to my golf gear.
4/9/11
 
MP24 says:
I would use the R11 Pure-Light for my daily bag. I would choose this bag because of its light weight and Ergonomic Shoulder straps. There's nothing worse than having to walk through the woods looking for those stray Tee shots lugging a heavy stand bag on your back!
4/9/11
 
sd_1964 says:
I would use the T2 Cart Bag... I'll use it on my Speed Cart if I want to walk or on the Cart if I drive. Looks like and Excellent Bag, High quality and not very bulky like a Tour Bag
4/9/11
 
kuuwaa says:
I would use TMX Staff Bag because I usually ride a cart rather than walking with a bag on my back. Tour bags always look better on the cart and have enough spaces and convenience features. As for the TMX series golf bags, their special fabric "anodized and micro perforated synthetic leather" looks very cool!
4/9/11
 
tjpaterson says:
I would use the Catalina 2.0 all the time. I don't see myself walking anytime soon, so this bag would get some good use. I have a stand bag now but it doesn't have as many pockets and seems less durable than the Catalina 2.0.
4/9/11
 
benreich says:
I would use the tour bag to go along with my brand new set of Taylor Mades that I won in a sales contest last week. I like the otur bag the best because it lifts my self esteem. The bag make me think I am a Pro and I start playing better. as we all know golf is more mental than anything else. My 18year old set of Pings can finnaly be retired! Maybe now I can get out of the 90's with my new set and AWESOME tour bag to go with it. I will have the best bag in the Pasadena, MD Dad's club!
4/10/11
 
DiC says:
I'll take a R11 Pure-Lite Stand Bag in white please.... as it LOOKS THE SEX!!!!

I don't carry all that much on a full 18 holes (I tend to walk but use my remote trolley) but I do carry when working on my short game and playing the local par 3 courses. So the combination of the staff bag on my trolley for full 18 and the lighter, but still feature packed, carry bag for all other times would be super..!

Thank you! (I hope)

Matt
(Duck In Custard)
4/10/11
 
ToddRobb says:
I would take the TMX Staff bag. For the mere fact that I love to play like a pro, so why not bag like a pro.
4/10/11
 
Craigola says:
I'd use the TMX T2 cart bag. The course I normally play on we use carts on a regular basis, but walk on occasion and can ue it on my pull cart.
4/10/11
 
yankeesmatthew says:
I would have to go with the Catalina 2.0 as my favorite. I have always wanted a bag that nice. (Honestly my dream is a tour staff bag) But that's a dream. The Catalina is at the top of the food chain and price range for that matter for me. TaylorMade makes the best golf clubs and gear on the planet.
4/10/11
 
Von-Diesel says:
TMX T2 Cart Bag!
It's just a beautiful bag with great structure and style! And, I want my friend/s to look sharp when they have to caddie for me after I whoop their asses in our personal contests this year!
4/10/11
 
chillywilly3075 says:
TMX Stand Bag! Is definitely the bag for me. It is classy, versatile and rugged all in one. I'm the type of person who enjoys walking and riding in a cart, this would be the perfect bag.
6/17/11
 
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