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Old 04-18-2011, 01:14 AM
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What's the best disc golf bag?

I'm looking to get a new bag soon and I want this one to not only last a while but also hold a lot. I've been looking into a few bags and just cant decide which one to get. So far I've looked into the innova discarrier caddy pack, revolution Carolina team bag, voodoo disc golfs Zulu and karma bags, and gorilla boys kong and Simian bag. Any other suggestions would be great and info regarding these bags would be appreciated.
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Old 04-18-2011, 01:18 AM
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I'm surprised I haven't seen any other threads about this...

Carolina, or Simian if you want a seat.

Buy a more expensive bag. It boosts self esteem and takes strokes off your game, will also last forever twice.

I have both of those bags and am a happy camper.

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Old 04-18-2011, 01:23 AM
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I'm surprised I haven't seen any other threads about this...



Buy a more expensive bag. It boosts self esteem and takes strokes off your game, will also last forever twice.

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That also makes you look like a poser if you can't play worth a damn or you are a new player.


I say start cheap, and them work your way up.

I have used the Innova Champion Bag for almost 3 years now, and I have no problems with it. The Discarrier is good if you want to carry around more stuff.
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Old 04-18-2011, 01:25 AM
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Half sarcasm, my bad.

I wouldn't worry about what others think of your gear.

Why start cheap and work your way up? Doesn't that mean more purchases?
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Old 04-18-2011, 02:13 AM
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Use a bag that fits discs.
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Old 04-18-2011, 02:28 AM
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none. they are either overpriced or lack any sort of durability. i play ALOT. several rounds a day, yet have no moneys.. im convinced disc bags are rubbish. after owning 3 different bags and 2 different pairs'a straps ive finally decided upon regular ol backpacks. cant go wrong and its cheap. i wish i woulda realized this a long while ago.

*and i love the fact that i play with people who have rev bags or whatever and shock straps, the works, yet im blowing up chains all day lookin like a scrub and theyre left in the dust. its that surprise factor. same with ball golf. i look like a joke out there, people are laughin at me til i drive the green and make them look like jackass'. surprise factor goes a hell of a long way. i actually got kicked off the h.s. golf team cuz i didnt "look up to par"
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Old 04-18-2011, 02:34 AM
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and im sorry, but i have to ask...if im not mistaken, sc was rebel country, was it not? im from joliet, il originally and now live in oklahoma. i dont have enough fingers or toes for the amount of times ive been called a yank, yet this was "injun territory"...just curious, no insult intended..
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Old 04-18-2011, 02:49 AM
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It's all related to what you carry.

If you carry 18+ discs, get a bag that holds that many.
If you like to carry tons of other stuff; phone, wallet, keys, snacks, towels, etc.....get yourself a bag with lots of pockets.

Your bag should fit your needs.

I personally can't wait to get my Kong (917 y'alls).

I carry 20+ discs and lots of of stuff. My bags like a Wallgreens. I want tons of storage space aside from the storage for discs. The Kong has that, so that's what I got.
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Old 04-18-2011, 03:07 AM
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When I first started playing, I thought the idea of having a bag was ridiculous; my friend and I jokingly referred to people using bags as 'lunchbaggers'. But as my disc arsenal grew, the idea became less ridiculous. I currently use a PDGA Standard Bag, and am currently thinking of upgrading as it is now full.
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Old 04-18-2011, 03:23 AM
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My old Innova Champ bag fits my needs just fine. I carry 18 discs, a baseball, two towels, 3 bottles of water, power bars, OFF, sun screen, mini markers, pain pills, pepto (anti-crap pills) Clip Board, score cards, pens, marker, pencils, and it all fits.

My wallet, keys, and phone never leave my side, so I don't need room for them.
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