I always walk the course unless forced to take a cart. Purchased all white tourlite bag w no logos at pro shop in California. A few holes into a tournament the screws holding left leg fell out and the leg fell off. The bag was only a couple of weeks old. I fixed the leg by sticking a tee into the spot where the screws were. The next round one of the plastic o-rings that holds the shoulder strap broke. No fix for this. Had to carry the bag by the handle most of the round. I have owed several stand bags and have never had either of these problems. I returned the bag. Received a white/gray bag w/TM logos all over it (not the same!). W/in a few weeks I noticed the screws on the left leg coming lose and have now had to tighten them several times. A friend of mine has the same bag and he had the same problem w/the leg coming off. Mesh on water bottle pocket already starting to fray.nnOn the good side. Comfortable, light bag with plenty of space for 14 clubs. All major pockets provide. Although wish water pocket was more like the microlite. Would be nice to have waterproof pocket too. Leg action (kick out) isn't always the best.nnDue to quality issues likely going back to Ping bags.
DOES NOT fit into a cart and secure properly. Poor engineering and you would think that Taylormade would have cart measurements. My clubs hit concrete when the bag flew off the dart, very upset. The Bag should be obsoleted immediately.
I love the weight, looks and usability of this bag. The straps are perfect. nnThe problem is that the dividers become unlooped inside the bag and cannot be reattached. This is the 2nd year in a row that I have used this model and both have the same issue. nnThis was a warranty replacement and I would love to promote it because I love TaylorMade products, but I would highly recommend steering away from this product. The design of the dividers is poor. nnTaylorMade customer service is excellent and they stand behind their products....wish they could figure out this issue.
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