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Titleist Premium Stand Bag

$190.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Available in an assortment of colours. Lightweight. Durable.

The Cons:Not a full divider. Blows over in the wind quite easily. Wide bottom and large leg extension mechanism make cart use difficult - must be laid awkwardly.

The Titleist Premium Stand Bag is the top model carry golf bag of those offered by Titleist. This bag is loaded with features and is designed for the golfer who prefers to walk the links, with an occasional round in a cart.

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The 6-way mesh-covered 9" top cuff has a step-down top-cuff design allows greater club organization and easy removal, and it even has a dedicated putter well at the top. The 4-point adjustable harness strap has a velour underside and there is a hip pad for maximum comfort. The automatic bag stand has a broad foot design for stability, and has zippered sheaths to secure the legs for use on a cart. There are many pockets including 2 ball pockets, an apparel pocket, a beverage pocket, an accessory pocket and saddle pocket for maximum storage. Other features include a rainhood, towel ring, umbrella loop strap and handle. It is made from polyester, weighs 5.7 lbs and is available in six colors (see below).

Color Options

  • TB9SX7-3 - Black
  • TB9SX7-2 - Navy
  • TB9SX7-34 - Black - Red
  • TB9SX7-12 - Silver - Dark Denim
  • TB9SX7-35 - Black - Spice
  • TB9SX7-37 - Black - Fir Green


  • Material: Polyester
  • Weight: 5.7 lbs
  • Colors Available: Six
  • 6-way mesh-covered 9" top cuff
  • Putter well
  • 4-point adjustable harness
  • Hip pad
  • Automatic bag stand
  • Handle
  • 6 Pockets
  • Rainhood
  • Towel ring
  • Umbrella loop strap

User Reviews (1)

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    available in an assortment of colours

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    good variety and size of pockets

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    better for walking than storing on a cart

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    comfortable straps

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    not a full divider

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    blows over in the wind quite easily

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    wide bottom and large leg extension mechanism make cart use difficult - must be laid awkwardly

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