MacGregor Golf Bags MT, Cart Stand & Carry

Club Divider, Backpack Straps, Insulated Velour Pockets

Posted by Mark

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MacGregor Golf Bags MT, Cart Stand &Tired of carrying your golf bag, even though it is an "ultra-feather-hoofer-lite" model? If your next round of golf calls for a cart, then the MacGregor MT Cart Bag might be just for you. The MacGregor MT Cart Bag is going to provide pretty much all the storage and features you'll need for playing that round on wheels. Whether you choose the Black/Green version or the Black/White, each features a 14-way club divider along with an external putter well. Unless your packing more than the 14 allowed clubs, this means there is dedicated space for every club in your bag. If you've ever struggled to get your clubs into one of those light -- but narrow -- carry bags, this feature is a welcome change.

There is also plenty of front-accessible storage in this bag with two full-length apparel pockets, a dry pocket, a velour-lined valuables pouch (I love this touch), a scorecard pocket, an insulated cooler pocket, three more zippered accessory pockets and two mesh pouches. I don't know about you, but to me, that is a lot of pockets. In order to make moving your bag on and off the cart easier, MacGregor has thoughtfully provided two heavy-duty hand grips at the top and the bottom. And for that inevitable carry from car to car, there is a wide, ergonomic strap that is easy on the shoulders. In a bag of this overall quality, MacGregor doesn't disappoint, adding durable, heavy-duty zipper pulls and a built-in towel ring, as well as a front-facing tee holder.

On the flip-side, if all you do is ride in a golf cart and are looking to stretch your legs, then take a look at the McGregor MT Stand Bag. With many of the same features as the MT Cart Bag, this is a carry version that still offers a lot of storage and features in a lightweight and ergonomic design. This bag features a seven-way top with full-length dividers (reduces grip friction and wear). There are also dual shoulder straps that are extra-wide and nicely padded for an even distribution of weight. If you've ever packed your bag for a full 18 holes, you'll appreciate that. While storage isn't as extensive as the MT Cart bag, it's still ample with one side featuring a dry pocket, the lined valuables pouch, and a large apparel pocket (probably large enough to hold your raingear and a spare shirt). The opposite side has another large accessories pocket, a quick-access pouch, an insulated water bottle sleeve, and a pen holder. Up front you'll find two more accessory pockets and a built in trunk-loading grip. This is a great feature, even on a carry-bag, and I've been glad to see many OEMs adding this touch to their bags. In addition, there is a heavy-duty front handle, golf ball holder, built-in towel clip, and even a rain hood. The stand mechanism is pretty simple and operates like most -- nothing fancy here, but it functions well. Colors are limited in this bag, the same as in the Cart version: Black/Green or Black/White.

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