Nike Sport Cart Golf Bag
Last month (November 2010) Nike released the new Nike Sport Cart Bag. I’ve had one in play now for a couple of months and I’ve enjoyed using it. I can be quite a critic of golf bags because there’s not a piece of gear which gets used and abused as much as the bag itself. If they’re poorly made or designed in a way which makes golfing harder rather than easier, that bag is going the way of the junk pile.
Sport Cart Bag Overview
This bag is designed for golfers who prefer to use some mode of wheeled transportation for themselves and/or their bags on the golf course. Those modes may include push carts, pull carts or riding carts.
The top of the bag is designed in such a way that the clubs organize well in two directions, making club access easy for vertically mounted orientation or slanted mounts like those on push/pull carts (trolleys in the UK, aye?).
I tried out a new and interesting golf bag this week called the Eazy Golf Bag. EZGB has some unique design concepts. A circular ring arranges the clubs, while a “V” shaped opening allows for easy access to clubs. To boot, the thing has wheels. The wheels are not really meant for pulling the bag on the course, but for convenience to and from the golf course parking lot.
Does this bag and all of it’s neat ideas break par? Read on.
Access to put the clubs in and take them out is fairly easy with the Eazy Bag. A ring with indentations in the bottom align the handles of the clubs, while they snap into a ring at the top of the bag which arranges the clubs in a nice circular manner around the top of the bag.