Bennington Quiet Organizer Golf Stand Bag

2011 Back Straps, Club Dividers & Putter Scabbard

Posted by Mark

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Bennington Quiet Organizer Golf StandDo you carry your own golf bag in the grand Scottish tradition, but find you are exhausted at the end of 18 holes because your bag feels more like a GI backpack on a 10-day trip in the "boonies"? If so, it might be time to take a look for another carry-bag option.

This stand bag from Bennington -- the 2011 Quiet Organizer -- has several well thought out features. At approximately 6 lbs., this bag is in the mid-range of all carry bags for weight. For that bit of extra weight, however, Bennington has built in some nice features, including full length club dividers -- this keeps the club shafts from tangling together, a common problem on older style bags. The club slots are well thought out also, with two slots for hybrid clubs and seven iron slots. There is even a "putter scabbard". These individually slotted areas have the added benefit of making a missing club easy to spot - and who hasn't left a wedge lying next a green somewhere? Seven pockets -- all with front access including a large one for rain gear, jacket, etc. -- provide quite a bit of storage space. One thing I especially like, and have seen on many recent bags, is the addition of a fleece-lined valuables pocket; great for your watch, ring, money clip, and the like. Finally, a drink bottle pocket, accessible while walking, rounds out the storage options.

There is a dual-strap system for easy carrying, and of course an automatic bag stand. If you occasionally take a cart, then the "Stand Guard" that keeps the legs from engaging while on a cart is a great feature.

The Bennington 2011 Quiet Organizer Stand Bag is available in four color combinations: Black, Blue, Brick, and White/Red -- something to suit most any taste.

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