One of the first questions of golf beginners is how to store golf bags. Given the amount we spend on golf bags and golf clubs, this is a fair question to have.
In this article, I will share with you some of my best tips on this topic.
How to store golf bags
There are several answers to how to store golf bags. You can store your golf clubs in your bedroom, your pantry, your garage, etc. But there are other considerations on how to store golf bags in the garage.
In this section, we will discuss the factors to consider and some strategies you can follow.
Ways on how to store golf bags
You can store your golf bags in various ways. Here are some of the methods you can try:
How to store golf bags in the trunk of your car
Stashing your golf bag in the trunk of your car is one of the most convenient ways to store your golf bag. Unfortunately, it is also one of the least recommended ways to store golf bags.
This is because the trunk of a car may have high heat and humidity which could cause serious damage to your clubs.
It’s possible for your clubs to rust, the grips to melt, and the glue in the clubhead to breakdown.
However, if you do use your golf bag on the daily, storing them in the trunk may not cause you any problems. Just make sure that your car isn’t getting too heated and always park in a shady area.
How to store golf bags in the garage
Another convenient area to store your golf bags in is the garage. If you will be using your golf bags soon, find a nice spot in your garage to leave it in.
One tip in storing golf clubs in the garage is to make sure that the humidity isn’t too high. If you have a way to control the humidity within the garage, that would be great.
This is because high humidity may result in rusty golf clubs. Another tip related to this on how to store golf bags in the garage is to make sure your bag is dry.
However, garages are still better than car trunks as it shouldn’t become too hot in the garage. This means you shouldn’t encounter any problems with melting grips and glues.
How to store golf bags in the bedroom
Yes we know, the bedroom is not the first place anyone would think of to store golf bags. However, the bedroom is actually one of the best answers to how to store golf bags.
One reason is that you usually have the capability to change temperatures in the bedroom. This means it wouldn’t get too hot or too humid in your bedroom which is great for your golf clubs.
Another upside to this is that you always get to see your golf bags.
Apart from this enabling you to check their condition everything, this also reminds you to play. As they say, “out of sight, out of mind,” and this is the opposite of that!
Factors to consider on how to store golf bags
Now that you have a few ideas on the basics, let me tell you the factors that you should consider on how to store golf bags.
Quantity of golf clubs
To make your life easier and to save space, make sure to only bring home an appropriate number of golf clubs.
Since only 14 clubs are accepted in the course, it’s best to have this many clubs only or less.
However, if you really prefer having more golf clubs, make sure you have enough space in your bag or you’ll have to get another one.
Some golfers prefer to store their golf bags by hanging them on the wall. If you decide to do this, make sure to check the weight of your golf bag.
Some bags are heavier than the capacity of hooks. Always check the specifications in the packaging to see if it can handle the weight of your golf bag.
Duration of storage
One important thing to consider is whether you’ll be storing your golf bag for the short-term or the long-term.
Long-term storage requires more planning and more consideration of the storage conditions. You have to make sure that the area doesn’t get too hot or humid to prevent any problems on your golf clubs.
How to hang golf bags in the garage
One great tip I will share with you is how to hang golf bags in the garage. This method of storing golf bags saves a lot of space.
To start, my first tip on how to hang golf bags in the garage is to find a sturdy hook.
Otherwise, you can find a nice storage rack that can mount several golf bags and trolleys. This way, you won’t even have to worry about having too many golf clubs.
Another one of my tips on how to hang golf bags in the garage is to find an area that doesn’t get too hot or humid. Garages can become too humid or accumulate moisture over time.
Unfortunately, humidity doesn’t serve our golf clubs well. They can rust if left moist.
On the same note, one thing to remember when deciding how to hang golf bags in the garage is to clean your golf bag. In fact, you need to clean not only the golf clubs but also the bag itself.
Other considerations that you need to know on how to hang golf bags in the garage.
Before hanging your golf bags
Clean the golf clubs and golf bag
In cleaning your golf clubs, make sure to pay attention to the grip and the clubheads.
Also, make sure to wipe the shaft so that any dirt gets removed and won’t stick, especially if you store your club for a long time. Then make sure to wipe down the interior of your golf bag.
Dry the golf clubs and golf bag
Before putting your golf clubs back into the bag, make sure that both the clubs and the bag are dry. Wipe down with a dry towel and then let dry for a few minutes before storing it.
Put additional protection if needed
If your bag comes with a rain cover, put it over the bag. This way, you won’t have to worry about your bag getting soaked by the rain even if stored indoors.
Unfortunately, it’s possible to get incidents where the rain gets through the ceiling. If this happens, a rain cover will crush your worries and save your golf clubs.
These are some of my tips on how to hang golf bags in the garage as well as the preparations to make before storage.
Store Your Golf Club Properly
There go my tips on how to store golf bags. As I’ve shown, there are several possible ways to store golf bags.
There are also some factors to consider which can help you decide how to store your own golf bags.
Ultimately, it is also important to take note of my tips on cleaning and preparations that must be done before storing your golf bags.
Last Updated on September 21, 2020 by Paul Roger Steinberg