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Hybrid Utility irons 2011 model MINT PRGR egg Forged 6pc R-Flex SET Golf inv
Hybrid Utility irons 2011 model MINT PRGR egg Forged 6pc R-Flex SET Golf inv
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PRGR CT-522 Irons 3-PW (No 7 iron) Factory M-40 Steel Regular
PRGR CT-522 Irons 3-PW (No 7 iron) Factory M-40 Steel Regular
   $39.99
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Rare PRGR TR 900 Forged Irons 3-PW (No 5 Iron) X Stiff Steel
Rare PRGR TR 900 Forged Irons 3-PW (No 5 Iron) X Stiff Steel
   $79.99
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USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN TR900 Tour FORGED 8pc Iron set
USED PRGR GOLF JAPAN TR900 Tour FORGED 8pc Iron set
   $269.70
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DATA 711 PRGR 3-SW IRON SET DATA M-40 REGULAR FLEX GRAPHITE SHAFTS USED RH
DATA 711 PRGR 3-SW IRON SET DATA M-40 REGULAR FLEX GRAPHITE SHAFTS USED RH
   $159.99
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Used Golf Clubs PRGR Data 611 (Original carbon) Iron set Japan Men Q16
Used Golf Clubs PRGR Data 611 (Original carbon) Iron set Japan Men Q16
   $76.90
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PRGR Data 611 Star of Tomorrow Golf Irons 2-PW M-34 96mph Stiff Graphite
PRGR Data 611 Star of Tomorrow Golf Irons 2-PW M-34 96mph Stiff Graphite
   $125.00
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Design by MIURA PRGR DATA 801 Forged 7pc IRON SET Missing 5 iron
Design by MIURA PRGR DATA 801 Forged 7pc IRON SET Missing 5 iron
   $88.88
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GOOD PRGR JAPAN ID Forged blade 7pc Iron
GOOD PRGR JAPAN ID Forged blade 7pc Iron
   $548.70
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PRGR JAPAN  IRON SET 3-PW STEEL MENS STIFF-FLEX USED
PRGR JAPAN IRON SET 3-PW STEEL MENS STIFF-FLEX USED
   $199.00
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Design by MIURA PRGR DATA 801 Forged perfect 10pc SR-Flex IRONS SET Golf inv
Design by MIURA PRGR DATA 801 Forged perfect 10pc SR-Flex IRONS SET Golf inv
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PRGR TR Speed Iron Forged 3 Iron w/ Steel Stiff Flex
PRGR TR Speed Iron Forged 3 Iron w/ Steel Stiff Flex
   $14.99
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Used Golf Clubs PRGR TR-900 Forged (Original steel) Iron set Japan Men O53
Used Golf Clubs PRGR TR-900 Forged (Original steel) Iron set Japan Men O53
   $284.13
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New egg Iron 2013 6I - PRGR
New egg Iron 2013 6I - PRGR
   $108.06
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PRGR Professional Gear Type 200i 2 Iron w/ Dynamic Gold s400- Used 9/10
PRGR Professional Gear Type 200i 2 Iron w/ Dynamic Gold s400- Used 9/10
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S*ndpiper3 said: How many bags do you typically go through? I think bags just hate me or something.... I've gone through, now on my 7th bag, in my 5 years of seriously playing. I've had Titleist, Ping, Callaway, Taylormade, Sun Mountain..... My longest lasting bag was my currently being retired Ping J Bag, which had the stitching ripping since early summer, but finally the stand snapped thanks to the damned airline. I've had every part of bags break on me, the dividers on the inside, stands, straps, pockets, base etc. Although i definately put a lot of miles on my golf bag carrying every round. Oh well, back to Titleist bag now thx to petersmells, and if I can get my schooling figured out and go where I should be going in the spring, i'll have a new ping vantage bag waiting for me as well:). So how many bags do you go through? How often is it used? Where if so does it usually break?

b*g_greasy_taco said: I go through bags quickly, but not due to them breaking. I like to have a bag that matches the driver I am currently playing. I have gone through 4 bags this year, but I can usually sell them for more than I paid! I am hoping to get a burner stand bag for Xmas! I dont think ill sell the staff bag though.

w*rbirdlover said: Mine last forever. I had a Sun Mountain stand bag for years before I bought a pull cart for my cart bag and it never wore out. :D

VtD*vot said: I'm a walker, so I am hard on bags. My sun monutain wore out in 1 year. My current bag - Mizuno has completed 2 years of service and will begin the year with me. It's in great shape (minus a bend in one of the legs)

*zra76 said: I also had a Mizuno bag and the leg bent on it. That and all these plastic rods for the dividers started coming out. It was still fully functional and I could have used it but I wanted a new one. I donated the Mizuno bag to the "1st tee". The Vaporlite is in excellent shape and a played it all year. I think it's in better playable shape now that the legs have "broken in" and open all the way up easier now. I had it tip over a few times when I first got it but no problems with that in a while. I'd definitely recommend the Vaporlite for anyone who walks a lot, great bag all around and they look nice as well.

BSt*ne said: I get a new stand bag each season, whatever the current model TM bag is, and a new staff bag every two years when a new one is released.

M*KE1218 said: I have never replaced my bag, ever. It's an izzo, but I can't find the model anywhere because it's too old. :) My dad used it for a few years and I have used it for as long as I have been playing. I hope it never wears out; most comfortable bag I have carried or tried out. Sun Mountain is next, if this one ever wears out.

Th*tCanadianGuy said: I hear the Hoofer Vantage is the answer to all mans bag problems. If Only I could get one of those damn Canadian flag ones from Golf Town. I have had a Nike Carry bag for..2-3 seasons. The zipper broke at the end of the season and I haven't gotten it fixed. Other than that's it's in fine shape. I'm pretty careful with my gear but I'm searching for a new bag as I feel it's time for a change. I'm done with Solid black in the summer.

MCD*vis said: Played my Vaporlite this entire season with no problems...will play it again in 2008.

FK*19 said: ive got a titleist X76. Its great. light/stable and from what ive heard its long lasting too (i only got it at the end of the summer : won it at a tourney)

Th*tCanadianGuy said: Quote: Originally Posted by FKA19 ive got a titleist X76. Its great. light/stable and from what ive heard its long lasting too (i only got it at the end of the summer : won it at a tourney) X76 is a pretty good pitty prize.

FK*19 said: Quote: Originally Posted by ThatCanadianGuy X76 is a pretty good pitty prize. how about first place in a 2 man scramble with 40+ teams.

Th*tCanadianGuy said: Quote: Originally Posted by FKA19 how about first place in a 2 man scramble with 40+ teams. No wonder you got the carry bag, your partners back must have been killing him after carrying you around all damn day.

FK*19 said: Quote: Originally Posted by ThatCanadianGuy No wonder you got the carry bag, your partners back must have been killing him after carrying you around all damn day. Oh good one. Except that I carried HIM.

Th*tCanadianGuy said: Quote: Originally Posted by FKA19 Oh good one. Except that I carried HIM. Yeeep, what ever helps you feel better about yor piss poor golf, game little man. I'll give you the toll free number to my shop were you can book a lesson with me, if your interested in getting some game. Boo yah! ( Double D referance)

R*ckinMA said: I have a year-old titleist x67 bag but I keep the backup clubs in it - it's poorly designed. I sent it back to titleist thinking the legs were defective after emailing pictures of it to them a few times. They sent it back to me the same way. apparently the thing is designed to sit low to the ground... anyway, it's comfortable to carry, but the stand/legs were lousy. my brother in law had the x58 (I think) and it was a great bag. I'm currently using the BagBoy Revolver NXO and so far, it's been great - I actually like the clip-lok divider top a lot

FK*19 said: Quote: Originally Posted by RickinMA I have a year-old titleist x67 bag but I keep the backup clubs in it - it's poorly designed. I sent it back to titleist thinking the legs were defective after emailing pictures of it to them a few times. They sent it back to me the same way. apparently the thing is designed to sit low to the ground... anyway, it's comfortable to carry, but the stand/legs were lousy. my brother in law had the x58 (I think) and it was a great bag. I'm currently using the BagBoy Revolver NXO and so far, it's been great - I actually like the clip-lok divider top a lot The 67 and 76 are completely different in terms of looks/quality. The 76 blows it out of the water in every area...

R*ckinMA said: Quote: Originally Posted by FKA19 The 67 and 76 are completely different in terms of looks/quality. The 76 blows it out of the water in every area... I don't doubt that at all - I liked the x58 a lot too. I bought the x67 online with a gift certificate - it was probably my last on-line purchase of a bag

P*r72 said: I would recomend trying the Ogio "groom" bag and the have multiple colors for men and women. They are very durable, for I have had mine a full season and it still looks brand spankin new...

b*mes said: I've played two "hand me down" bags and am going on year number 3 with my current Datrek. Not a thing wrong with it. Someday I'll actually purchase one - maybe a Woode. I kind of see it as I would rather drive a rust bucket with a sweet engine than drive a sweet looking car with a rust bucket engine. Can't get myself to drop cash on a bag yet.

mdd*bya said: I'm using a Cleveland Tour Action cart bag. I bought it used and have had great service out of it. It's got plenty of storage and appears quite durable, but it's a little heavy to carry. I'm getting a pull cart for Christmas and I hope it will fit on it because it's a great looking bag.

s*larbear88 said: I have a Burton Monoshock 200 and it is a good bag. A tad expensive, but better than my Ogio in most ways. And it is about 4lbs... which is fantastic.

d*ve. said: I carry, and Ping Hoofers are superb, the K56 weighs nothing and is a superb bag

l*mpalong said: 5 or 6 years ago, a buddy's Callaway stand bag's leg broke. (Or, should I say the buddy broke the bag's leg!!!) I suggested he call Callaway and see if they would repair it cheaper than him buying a new bag. Callaway sent him a new bag... same model, same color... at NO cost! All he had to do was ship the broken bag back in the same box. They even included a UPS shipping tag for the return so he wasn't even out postage. I had one of the orginal Ping Hoofer bags. After 3 or 4 seasons of hard use, a zipper broke. I called Ping and got a return authorization to send the bag to them and have a new zipper installed. Over the phone, they estimated the cost as $35. I got a box from a local golf shop and mailed the Hoofer to Ping. Less than a week later, I rec'd a new Hoofer 3 (then the current model) from Ping. They did not charge me a dime. I was out the postage to ship the bag to them. There have been some great customer service stories about Sun Mountain and Ogio. I would recommend calling the manufacturer of broken bag and just investigate how they might handle the situation.

xm*sgolf said: Quote: Originally Posted by Sandpiper3 How many bags do you typically go through? I think bags just hate me or something.... I've gone through, now on my 7th bag, in my 5 years of seriously playing. I've had Titleist, Ping, Callaway, Taylormade, Sun Mountain..... My longest lasting bag was my currently being retired Ping J Bag, which had the stitching ripping since early summer, but finally the stand snapped thanks to the damned airline. I've had every part of bags break on me, the dividers on the inside, stands, straps, pockets, base etc. Although i definately put a lot of miles on my golf bag carrying every round. Oh well, back to Titleist bag now thx to petersmells, and if I can get my schooling figured out and go where I should be going in the spring, i'll have a new ping vantage bag waiting for me as well:). So how many bags do you go through? How often is it used? Where if so does it usually break? I use Tour bags for travelling to events because they hold items I can never fit into suitcases,spare shoes,golf balls,etc.I will use it for 4 or 5 trips through the U.S. and Canada.To answer your question about carry bags,the terrible zippers put into most bags are the little buggers,(can I say that on here?),are always tearing and making the pocket hang open.BIG pet peeve for me.:real angry:

W*st Coast Duffer said: I cant really say I wore out any bags but I buy new ones cuz I like them and need a change.

S*ndpiper3 said: Quote: Originally Posted by xmasgolf I use Tour bags for travelling to events because they hold items I can never fit into suitcases,spare shoes,golf balls,etc.I will use it for 4 or 5 trips through the U.S. and Canada.To answer your question about carry bags,the terrible zippers put into most bags are the little buggers,(can I say that on here?),are always tearing and making the pocket hang open.BIG pet peeve for me.:real angry: xmasgolf, are you a pro? Have you introduced yourself and your M/O on here yet? I'd love to hear more about the events you play in. The zippers are a big problem for me too, but i have a friend who somehow is a whiz with zippers, and zap straps always helpout too.

xm*sgolf said: Quote: Originally Posted by Sandpiper3 xmasgolf, are you a pro? Have you introduced yourself and your M/O on here yet? I'd love to hear more about the events you play in. The zippers are a big problem for me too, but i have a friend who somehow is a whiz with zippers, and zap straps always helpout too. I was a pro from 1978-1981.Played the old Peter Jackson Tour,now the Canadian tour.Too young and not ready to go to the Big Pond.Had fun though....too much fun,lol anyways...after missing qualifying for 1981 U.S.Open by 8,and I played great,or I though I had,I applied for amateur status. Got it back in 1983 and being bumming around in P.N.G.A. events ever since.I am NOT saying those events are low class because they are not and have produced some great P.G.A. Tour pros.Fred Couples and I played alot together back in the "good ole' days" and he is no slouch:laugh: Thanks for asking Sandpiper,it's nice to go down memory lane once in awhile.p.s. thanks for the tip on zap straps.gonna try it tonight.:)

S*ndpiper3 said: PNGA eh? Whereabouts do you play out of? (were talkin about the pacific northwest correct?). Im looking to play a few of those events when i come home in may from college, im from just outside of Vancouver BC and am not eligible to play jr tourneys anymore and want to keep my game sharp over the summer.

xm*sgolf said: [quote=Sandpiper3;182863]PNGA eh? Whereabouts do you play out of? (were talkin about the pacific northwest correct?). Im looking to play a few of those events when i come home in may from college, im from just outside of Vancouver BC and am not eligible to play jr tourneys anymore and want to keep my game sharp over the summer.[/quote I am a member of 3 courses.One private,one semi-private and to play with ordinary everyday blue collar workers 1 public course,which is probably the most fun of all!I would suggest you use The Pacific Northwest Golf Association - PNGA to find tournaments which will fit your schedule.Gook luck,maybe we will play together in 2008 without even knowing each other.Sorry, but I have to keep my identity to myself.Sometimes I'll get ornary with ridiculous posts or threads and for that reason don't need someone coming up to me at a tournament with attitude:real angry:

S*ndpiper3 said: Lol, dont worry about it, i dont even take stuff on the internet seriously. Im pretty easy to figure out who I am, between being said on here a ton already:p. Maybe if i do play one of the tounreys ur in we could get a practise round in.

xm*sgolf said: Quote: Originally Posted by Sandpiper3 Lol, dont worry about it, i dont even take stuff on the internet seriously. Im pretty easy to figure out who I am, between being said on here a ton already:p. Maybe if i do play one of the tounreys ur in we could get a practise round in. Thank you for respecting my wishes and who knows... maybe you will be the next one to kick my butt:)Unfortunate for me losing has been on the menu lately,BUT I'm always hoping and trying to turn it around for 2008.