Keep your clubs organized and take everything you need to enjoy a day on the links with this JCR DL550S Stand Bag. A two-leg stand keeps the bag upright for easy access, and multiple pockets offer plenty of storage for your golfing gear. Four-point dual strap and robust aluminum leg system with smooth action and leg-lock option give the bag unrivaled comfort and functionality
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I like the six sections with full-length dividers. Yes, the grips and shafts may rub together when stowed in the same section, but this is no different than the other 5 or 6 divider bags. The full-length dividers will at least limit the number of club grips and shafts that will rub against each other.
I love the divot (pitch mark) tool sleeve and pen sleeve, which are easy to access while wearing the bag and walking the hole. The card sleeve is a nice touch; it can be used for holding a notebook if you score electronically as I do.
The smartphone pocket is a nice addition but is a tight fit lengthwise for my phone (which is 6.28�€ or 159.4 mm long). It otherwise is a good fit for the width (2.99 �€œ or 76 mm) and depth (0.37�€ or 9.3mm) of my phone. The valuables section is nice, although I can�€™t zip the pocket closed with both my phone and my 1�€ thick wallet in the pocket. A money clip, minimalist wallet, and loose or banded valuables shouldn�€™t have that problem.
The hydration pockets can fit a water bottle with a 3�€ diameter that is 9�€ tall which tapers to about 2.5 �€œ at the top. Anything taller or wider and the pockets won�€™t close completely. A 3�€ wide bottle does make it tougher to get the pitch mark tool out of the bag while walking, but not impossible.
The one major drawback I have is the golf umbrella mounting location. The leg closest to the umbrella catches on the umbrella; which prevents the leg from extending out. Other bags that I�€™ve used have the loop for the umbrella tip farther away from the legs.