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Best Cart Bag

Discussion in 'Golf Equipment Talk' started by warbirdlover, Sep 19, 2017.

  1. limpalong

    limpalong Mental Ward Escapee Supporting Member

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    It's "dotard" talk.....:D
     
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    limpalong Mental Ward Escapee Supporting Member

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    It's "dotard" talk!!!:D
     
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    TheTrueReview "Playing it straight" Supporting Member

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    Ironically I had to look up "dotard", Limp.

    "dotard (ˈdəʊtəd)
    n
    a person who is weak-minded, esp through senility"

    I think I've worked with a few of those over the years.
     
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    limpalong Mental Ward Escapee Supporting Member

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    Dates back to Shakespeare. Was 'reborn' this past week when two world leaders continued their back-and-forth, with one calling the other a "dotard". Suddenly, everyone is familiar with a term that dates back to the 16th Century.
     
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    ejdahl21 Never Lay Up Supporting Member

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    Thanks for the vocabulary lesson. Up until now, Limp was the only thing I knew from the 16th century.
     
  6. limpalong

    limpalong Mental Ward Escapee Supporting Member

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    9301.
     
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    I go through a bag every two years if not sooner. It happens if you play often. They don't last forever. Suck it up, and get another one. I ussualy buy two staff bags at a time, knowing I will go through them. My next bag, is on order now, talked to the company three days ago.
     
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    I see the Callaway cart bag is on the list. Consistently one of the best cart bags. I’ve owned two over the years and can’t say a bad word about it.
     
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    I have an Ogio Uniter and a Sun Mountain C-130. They are both very good bags. I bought the Sun Mountain bag for use when I was going to be using a motor cart. In those days I usually used a carry bag. I stopped carrying in the fall of 2007 after I had surgery for a "Triple A". I assembled a second set of clubs that winter so I picked up the Ogio bag in the spring. The Sun Mountain is where I kept the extra clubs. I switched to a push cart and both bags worked pretty well but recently I've thought about picking up a Sun Mountain Sync bag. A friend picked one up for Christmas so I'll find out how well it works this next early season.
     
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    Update: Saw the Sun Mountain Sync bag the other day at my friends' house. It was the 2017 version with the American Flag on it but not all the graphics as seen in most ads! It also has a handle on the front for loading on to a push cart or into a motor cart. The 2018 model is changed a bit. Slightly different pattern of the red,white and blue. Also a pocket for phone and range finder where the handle used to be. Might have to make up my mind soon if I want the earlier model. Hmmm.
     
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    Update #2 Snow again this coming Saturday!!!!!! That Sun Mountain Sync bag has been loaded since the first week in January! I hope we can get out in the next two weeks as I am really, really, really tired of this winter. There hasn't been much terrible weather but it snows two or three times a week! Enough is enough. Let's get going here Spring!
     

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