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Ogio vs Sun Mountain - which one?

Discussion in 'Golf Equipment Talk' started by TheTrueReview, Mar 5, 2016.

  1. TheTrueReview

    TheTrueReview "Playing it straight" Supporting Member

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    I love it. The Silencer technology really works. Heaps of pockets. The valuables pocket even has two sections. The drink bottle pocket is big enough for a large bottle. It’s a light bag.

    Put it this way. If it was stolen, I’d buy another one tomorrow.
     
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    warbirdlover Ender of all threads Supporting Member

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    I'm going to get a C-130 next time. The Ogio bag had three zippers break.
     
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    TheTrueReview "Playing it straight" Supporting Member

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    Return it for a new one?
     
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    warbirdlover Ender of all threads Supporting Member

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    No one answered my contact messages.
     
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    I prefer the Sun Mountain. I have a 2.5 and really like it. I switched from an Ogio Tyro and had a Ping L8 before the Ogio.
    The Sun Mountain is much lighter (I'm a walker) and the top is wider making it easier to get clubs in and out even with my mid-size grips. It's still fairly new so I cannot attest to durability, but so far it has performed well.
     
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    Sun Mountain imo
     
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    My best bag, quality wise, is probably my Belding Bushwhacker, but the pockets aren't oriented for cart use, and I've gotten used to that and the individual club slots. I've got a Sun Mountain C130 and my most frequent playing partner has a comparable Ogio model (Grom or something like that). They both seem like decent bags to me. The Ping Pioneer, the Titleist Club 14, and the Callaway Org 14 have all shared a cart with my C130 last season. (Haven't played much since then.) They seem pretty good, too. The major names are probably all fairly comparable.

    The Belding is really nice, though, although the logo is from a hotel and casino that has since been imploded.
     
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    The last Ogio bag I had "disintegrated" after two years. Zippers all broke, frayed stiches etc. Sun Mountain is MUCH better.
     
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    I've had my Sun Mountain Four5 for....at least 5 years not real sure exactly. Been a while, and it's held up beautifully. I would gladly buy another.
     
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    azgreg "Don't count that." Supporting Member

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    When you only take it out of the closet 2 or 3 times a year how beat up can it get?
     
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    eclark53520 DB Member Extraordinaire Supporting Member

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    True...but 3 rounds of golf for me, is equivalent to 6-8 rounds of golf for a good golfer.
     
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    PaPaD Club ho, geezer........ Supporting Member

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    Sun Mountain - no contest.
     
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    Just bought a near new Ogio Silencer Cart Bag on eBay after winning the seven day auction.

    These bags retail in the high $300 range in my neck of the woods. Picked it up for $200.

    Gave my “old” one to my father.

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    that sure is nice looking! Silencer, is that the model with the clip things that hold your clubs still??
     
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    Certainly is!
     
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    Hoping the zippers hold up better then mine did. sssmokin is looking at that bag for next year.
     
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    Nice pickup!
     
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    Thanks. The seller made some fundamental errors. The biggest one being setting the end time as midday on a Sunday rather than 7pm when most people are home.
     
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    Sniped it!
     
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    The zippers are all good, WBL. The only small downsides to the bag are no grab handle at the back (have to grab the shoulder strap instead) and the umbrella slot is on the wrong side if you carry the bag on your right shoulder, it sorta gets in the road. The umbrella slot needs to be on the other side.

    But those two are only minor things. There are plenty of positives. Especially the Silencer lock-in non-rattle system. The fact that this is my second bag is testament enough.

    If Sun Mountain had a Silencer version I would definitely try it. They make awesome products.
     

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