Gimme That: This is the best golf bag I’ve ever owned

I've gone through a number of golf bags throughout my career, but the STITCH SL2 is easily the best I've ever owned.

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When it comes to what I look for in a golf bag, I’ve got a simple set of criteria. Most importantly, it needs to be light. I walk >80 percent of my rounds, and I don’t want to schlep around any extra weight. The bag also needs to be durable. I travel a good bit with my sticks, and my bag needs to be durable enough to withstand some bumps and bruises. Finally, I want my bag to be stylish. If you look good, you play good — and that includes your golf bag.

Lucky for me, the STITCH SL2 delivers on all three criteria. The bag weighs in at just 64 oz., which is perfect for the habitual walker. The proprietary STITCH Touring Fabric is built for durability so I never have to worry when I hand my bag to the gate agent. And the aesthetics speak for themselves. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better-looking bag than this one.

It’s the best bag I’ve ever owed.

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STITCH SL2

$388
The SL2™ is the bag for you if you are the “weekend golfing warrior” who plays hard and prefers walking. Featuring multiple dividers, optimal storage, and a two shoulder harness system, the SL2™ provides ultimate comfort as the perfect walking bag.
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Zephyr Melton is an assistant editor for GOLF.com where he spends his days blogging, producing and editing. Prior to joining the team at GOLF.com, he attended the University of Texas followed by stops with Team USA, the Green Bay Packers and the PGA Tour. He assists on all things instruction and covers amateur and women’s golf.