Originally Posted by throwfromthewoods
I do love this idea, but I may have to pony up for the Grip. I had to start thinking about it from a professional standpoint. If I'm going to be promoting my business out on the course and at tournaments, I need the image. You don't buy a car from a guy who cobbled together a 1995 Grand Am. Sure it may run fine, but it doesn't exactly provoke confidence in his chosen profession. Likewise, if I'm pulling business cards out of a safety-pinned up fishing tackle bag...but maybe I'm overanalyzing it.
Actually, I don't
think you're overanalyzing it, and have a valid point: if you're selling image
, you need to project
the right image. Also, for someone who isn't worried about spending another $150 on DG gear, the Grip does have a few features this doesn't.
But for Joe Disc Golfer, this is a great deal: very comforatable, highly cost effective bag that holds 18-19 + 2 putters and still has a roomy top compartment for snacks, towels, etc.