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Discraft
Elite Pro Bag

Posted: 2-09-05
Submitted by timcoye@yahoo.com I got this bag for Christmas, and for my purposes, it is awesome! I'm an intermediate amateur, and up until now, had been using a small entry level bag (the Lightning small bag--good for starting but I outgrew it). Right now, I carry 16 discs in it (8 drivers, 4 midrange, 4 putters) and they fit well. I could probably fit a couple more in if I took out a putter and removed the dividers from the frame. The extra storage on the bag is great as well: 1 putter pocket on the front, a pocket on the side big enough for 2 putters, 2 zippered pockets (one just the right size for 4 bottles of beer!), and a "hidden" velcro pocket (coincidentally the same size as a disc--I guess if you find a disc you don't wany anyone to know about?), and an insulated drink holder. I've only used the bag for about a month now, but it's holding up well so far. Oh yeah, it also has a rubbery material on the bottom for reinforcement. The only suggestion I have for this bag is to go ahead and get a set of quad shocks, carrying a full bag with the regular shoulder strap can get cumbersome. I think the greatest thing about this bag is that in comparing it to similar bags, it seems to avarage about $30 less than others. It's probably not big enough for a pro level player, but for intermediate to advanced ams, it's perfect.
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