Longridge Stand Bag Review | Golf Monthly
There’s a lot to like about it, the standout features being that there’s plenty of room, it’s lightweight, and it’s waterproof. There are six pockets, all with taped seams and water-resistant zippers, and you really shouldn’t be fighting for space.
The main side clothing pocket will easily accommodate your raincoats, the valuables pocket is fleece lined and there is an additional pocket underneath which is ideal for gloves etc. The only negative here is that the main pocket only has one zipper and as this is where you are likely to keep your balls then some of us will appreciate quick and easy access to this particular pocket . There is, however, an additional elastic pocket where you might want to keep a spare ball for that unwanted provisional.
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This bag features a double padded strap and extra padding where the bag meets your hip. The straps would probably be in the middle for comfort but, with the bag weighing just 2.2kg, you should be able to travel light. Otherwise there’s the usual towel and umbrella holder, rain hood and a neat velcro glove holder, which is nice.
Everything seems very well put together on this bag so much so that I doubled it as a cart bag because there is so much room and the easy lift handle makes it easy to get in and out of the car.
Which brings us, finally, to the club dividers who, pardon the pun, will always divide opinion. Here we have eight, which for me is two too many when transporting, but ideal for a cart.
Another advantage is that it is very discreet. There are no big logos and you would have to look very closely to see who makes this bag. It is the grey/royal option while there is also a black/red. It’s probably in the mid-price range, but you get a lot for your money and, as we mentioned, it’s a very strong and still lightweight bag.