Sunday Bag, Lightweight Carry Bag, Executive Course Golf Bag in 5″ or 7″

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The Sunday Bag by ProActive Sports is made of a lightweight, yet durable material. The perfect bag for hitting the Driving Range or Executive Course. This bag carries the clubs you need as well as having 3 Pockets for balls, tees, divot tools, or whatever else you may need during your round. If you're traveling and space is limited, the Sunday Bag by ProActive Sports allows you to take your favorite clubs, without taking up a lot of space. Fits perfectly in the trunk of a car, a camper, trailer, or RV. When not in use, it can be folded up and stored neatly out of the way. Why carry a heavy full-size golf bag when all you need is the Sunday Bag by ProActive Sports? Available in 5" or 7"

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 15 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 15 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: ┬áChina
  • ASIN: B00OVFD534

Customer Reviews

Use it on your bike.

1 helpful vote
 on June 10, 2015
By no name
I bought one for myself to see if I could put it on my bike going to the pitch and putt course. With only three clubs, it fits nicely bungeed to my bike rack, with the heads of the clubs under the seat. We will get a second one for my husband, who carried his clubs in a small golf bag across his back. This bag could easily hold more clubs, and is fairly well thought out . The larger pocket can hold wallet, keys, tees, and even a light jacket rolled up. The smaller pocket holds up to six golf balls. The strap seems designed to carry on one shoulder, and is plenty long enough for that. I carry it with club heads towards the front, on my right shoulder. That way the smaller pocket is on your leg side and doesn’t get in the way of walking. The only thing I would do to improve it would be to add some sort of flexible material to help keep the opening more open, to make it easier to insert you club after use. As it is, it is very floppy and you need to manually open up the opening to put your club in. Otherwise, for the price it is a handy bag to have for our purposes.

Easy to carry…

Helpful
 on January 6, 2016
By Norma Johnston
It’s not as roomy as other golf bags but it’s much more light and easy to carry.

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