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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1
    What bag does though?
    Plenty - as JC found today.

    As i said - im not saying that u cant make a bag work with them, but a tour bag for example, like mine, does not fit. Unless the minor adjustments u are talking about involve cutting and welding steel tubes.
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    Is the clicgear 3.0 significantly different from 2.0

    One guy here I saw have got tour bags on the 3.0

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    I had a tour bag on mine and I can't access any of the pockets. Therefore, it isn't suited to a clicgear.






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    Stand Bag works fine on a 3.0.I do understand why people wouldn't get how a staff bag would work on the buggy though - that main shoe pocket would be completely unuseable and pointless.
    Last edited by AlexMc; 22nd February 2012 at 08:20 PM.

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    My stand bag worked fine, except the straps were crushing the frame.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Canuck View Post
    I had a tour bag on mine and I can't access any of the pockets. Therefore, it isn't suited to a clicgear.
    I have a tour bagAnd everything is goodBottom pocket meh I have enough space for spare everythingBut if you need that underneath pocket I imagine it would be an issue on most buggies wouldn't it.I have everything in my bag some weeks - rain gear - wind vest - balls - extra gloves water lunch you name it and i still dont need that pocket

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    That would come down to bag design. My staff bag has no big side pockets.






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    But my bag has enough room and sits fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Canuck View Post
    That would come down to bag design. My staff bag has no big side pockets.
    Wow no side pocketsWere they stoned when they thought of that idea?

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    It's horrible. Won it in a comp, had no choice.






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    Ok

    Fair enough

    Im still baffled - surely after the design team finished the drawings ..

    Surely someone would have asked " hey lads I think its good to go - is there anything missing ?

    "Looks fine to me but hey i dont play golf"

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    It is designed to be carried. The pockets are fine at the back, if you have a caddy carrying them.






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    I figured that

    Meh change bags mate.

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    If you ever bothered to read more than a quarter of the thread, you would see the happy ending.

    Cally Forrester. Love it.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Canuck View Post
    If you ever bothered to read more than a quarter of the thread, you would see the happy ending.

    Cally Forrester. Love it.
    Does the Forrester satisfy your needs to sit beautifully on the Clicgear John? Like I said I'm looking at getting a Clicgear in the next couple of weeks and my bag is the Cally Whistler which is very very similar to the Forrester I think and pretty much the same shape!

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    It sits perfect, does not rotate at all. My needs have been satisfied

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Canuck View Post
    If you ever bothered to read more than a quarter of the thread, you would see the happy ending. Cally Forrester. Love it.
    GoodI dont have time to read of all of threads

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    Even the ones you post in? This explains a fair bit.
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    Thought I'd thread mine instead of starting a new one...

    Looking for a new bag for my Clicgear 3.0 and am keen on either the Sun Mountain Sync or Hybrid (leaning slightly towards the Sync as I have an old stand bag).

    Anyone have any experience with these Sun Mountains on a Clicgear?

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    hi guys just wonder if a titleist staff bag would fit on a clicgear 3.0 i dont need access to the back pockets ?

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    I have a full size Titleist staff bag on my Clicgear,just turn it sideways,looks pure on a white Clicgear!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashes View Post
    Thought I'd thread mine instead of starting a new one...

    Looking for a new bag for my Clicgear 3.0 and am keen on either the Sun Mountain Sync or Hybrid (leaning slightly towards the Sync as I have an old stand bag).

    Anyone have any experience with these Sun Mountains on a Clicgear?
    Courty has a couple of Sun Mountain bags and a Clicgear.

    For the record, Cleveland Light Cart Bag works well on a 3.0. (Extra brownie points to Cleveland for having a handle on the top of a cart bag, so it doesn't have to be carried upside down.)
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    I've got a Sun Mountain Hybrid on a clicgear 3.0.

    Works fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dotty View Post
    Courty has a couple of Sun Mountain bags and a Clicgear.

    For the record, Cleveland Light Cart Bag works well on a 3.0. (Extra brownie points to Cleveland for having a handle on the top of a cart bag, so it doesn't have to be carried upside down.)
    Quote Originally Posted by tim_golfer2 View Post
    I've got a Sun Mountain Hybrid on a clicgear 3.0.

    Works fine.
    I concur. The Hybrid works fine, as does m H2NO Cart Bag.
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