Of course, discussions on How to organize a 14-divider cart golf bag end up in debates. Why is it so? This is because most people have their own ways, but end up with the same results.
Is there a standard way of organizing a 14-divider cart golf bag? I believe theirs is a specific way. However, if you can do it your way and still access your clubs and other accessories easily, no need to worry.
Does the arrangement really affect the performance? Not directly, but indirectly. How is that possible? First, the poor arrangement of your 14-divider cart golf bag leads to delays and slow access to the clubs and other accessories.
Delayed access, like spending over a minute juggling through the options, or trying to fish out that perfect club, could really kill your morale. It can have a negative effect on your overall performance.
Therefore, how do you organize a 14-divider cart golf bag?
Let’s address that below!
How to Organize 14-Divider Cart Golf Bag
Take all your clubs out of the bag
This is the first step. You first take out all the clubs and line them up. You may either follow the descending or ascending order.
Clear the Equipment in the bag
You might be organizing a new or an existing bag. If it is an existing one, first clear the bag. Get out all the additional Equipment. You might want to take out the balls, the retrievers, and the tees. Additionally, you might want to grab this opportunity to clean the bag, as well.
However, the step above is only viable for an existing golf bag. How about a new one? Well, you simply skip that stage.
Place the woods on the top of the bag
At the top of the bag, I mean the area closer to the strap. However, if the bag comes with slots, then placing the clubs in a descending order makes more sense. Start with the driver then place the others from left to right.
However, if the bag comes with a single pocket at the top, just insert all the woods in the pockets. As for the standard-sized ball retrievers, store them with the woods for ease of access.
Add the short irons
You need to place the first 3-4 short irons on the slots. You could also put them on the pockets below and also on the right side of the bag. For instance, you could get the 6, 7, 8, and 9 irons. These ones are perfect for the slots and pockets below on the right of your bag.
Put the long irons in the pockets or slots
The long irons easily fit in the pockets below or the slots. Also, follow the order from the left of the top bag. For instance, you might place 2, 3, 4, and 5 irons on the pockets or slots. They are ideal for the slots, thanks to their size.
Now place the putter and the wedges on the bottom pockets or slots
After adding the long and the short irons, now come to the wedges and the putter. They are perfect for the bottom pockets or slots on the bag. However, some golfers prefer placing the putter on the bottom, I mean the most bottom slot.
Placing the putter on the bottom pockets offers easy access. Of course, access is the most important thing for golfers. We have some advanced golf bags which offer easy access. The hanging attachment on the outside of the bag offers easy access to the putter.
After the clubs, add the other accessories
After you have had your clubs in place, now you proceed to other Equipment. Of course, some of the Equipment fit in the pockets. Therefore, you should place the frequently used accessories on the most accessible pockets.
In this case, the most accessible pockets are below and are the most appropriate for irons and wedges. They are also ideal for balls and other frequently used items.
Most 14-divider cart golf bags also come with side pockets. In fact, all cart bags come with convenient side pockets. They are perfect for storing additional supplies, including ball retrievers, markers, rain gear, tees, sunscreen, and insect repellents.
You may even clip some other items on the outside of your cart bag. For instance, things like a small bag for the tees, watches, and wire brushes may be clipped on the outside of the bag.
You may also clip on some other items on the outside of the bag. Several accessories can be clipped on with ease.
How many clubs can you add to your golf bag?
This is a question I have answered more times than I can count. We only have 14 slots. Therefore, the golf bag can easily get cluttered. Therefore, the proper arrangement is important.
A poorly organized golf bag results in poor performance. Quick access to your clubs makes everything better. With a proper arrangement, you will get quick access to your clubs. As a result, you will get better performances.
Placing the golf balls and your tees on the zippered bottom pockets makes things easier for you. I mean, the zippered pockets guarantee safety for the balls and also offer quick access. You may also want to consider carrying some snacks in the zippered pockets, probably a sandwich.
If you have bottled water, the bottom pockets are the best place for that too. And perhaps some sunscreen might go there as well. For the umbrellas, the ideal place is the section where you have the woods and the putter.
However, some cart golf bags have a special slot designed for the umbrella.
How to travel with a golf push cart
How do you travel with a golf push cart? Well, when I was first asked this question, I didn’t take it seriously.
I wondered why someone would want to travel with their golf push cart. I guess it’s because they were talking about air travel.
Therefore, I decided to delve into the topic.
If asked, I would recommend renting a golf cart after getting to your destination, for air travel. However, we are all different.
Therefore, is it possible to travel with your golf push cart? Well, it’s possible. Like earlier mentioned, modern push carts boast an advanced design. They are foldable. They fold to a compact size. Therefore, you can fold them to a compact size for easy transportation.
Therefore, to answer the question, you just need to fold the cart, and then travel with it. However, you might want to consider hiring one is you are making a long journey.
How to Fold Golf Push Cart
To fold a golf push cart, there’s a convenient handle control for the task.
You first turn the front wheel in such a way that it faces downwards.
Then step on the front section and lift the rear section together with the wheels
There’s a button on the middle section which you press to like make the rear and front parts free.
Then compress by pressing the rear section towards the ground while still stepping on the front section
That should be it, and you will have yourself a fully folded golf push cart.
They fold to a very compact size.
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