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Disc Review



PDGA
Tour/Original Bag

Posted 07-28-05
Submitted by Anonymous
Review: I purchased the bigger bag made by PDGA and at first I liked it, I also purchased the quad straps. I noticed that the bag had extra links for the quad straps. After I used those for the hook up it was so much more comfortable until one day one of the hook ups on the back of the bag snapped. SO i sold it to a friend and bought an innova deluxe bag with plastic hook ups for the quad straps. IT works alot better. If you don't have quad straps and you have a bigger bag, stop wasting time and invest in the quad straps you will thank me.
Posted: 4-08-05
Submitted by DMeltzer@SBRALF.com
I just purchased a PDGA tour bag for $49 on line. I played several rounds with it and found it quite good. However, I wanted to get a tournament in before I wrote a review. Well, last weekend I played Fool's Fest at FDR Park, NY. We had two rounds of biblical like rain. The PDGA Tour Bag came through with flying colors:

First, there are about 15 accordian pockets for the discs. This makes them easier to find that the jumble in the bag. The outside mini and putter pockets were very handy. There is also a side velcro pocket that can hold several discs - I put towels in it. There are zipper pockets everywhere in this bag. On either side of the accordian section, there are two large zipper pockets. These pockets easily held my rain pains, slicker, gloves, hat and extra socks. In one of these pockets, there is also an inside zipper pocket that is great for wallet/keys etc. There is also a zipper pocket on the back, which is where I kept the scorecard. Lastly, there are two drink holders. One is insulated and one has a draw string closure. This was great, as I was traveling with a rather large thermos.

Although this seems like a hefty bag, it was comfortable to carry. There is an adjustable strap with a no-slip pad. There are attachments for a backpack setup too. While only time will tell about the durability, the bag seems sturdy and artfully made. It may not improve your game, but it sure keeps all that you need neatly in place.
Posted: 05-18-04
Submitted by discodadee@sbcglobal.net
I bought this bag for about 50 bucks from a local shop in Santa Cruz. It's definately one of the larger bags on the market, but certainly not the largest I've seen. Totally loaded with discs the weight really isn't too substantial compared to all the smaller bags I've carried in the past. Lots of storage, 2 cupholders and a stash pocket inside one of the other pockets are very nice features as well as the extra straps on the side of the bag for a quad-strap setup (see my review for the new Phenix quad strap system I got at the same time). Durability so far has been excellent with no tears, fading, or even little loose stitching. Not too mention this is also an attractive bag which has gotten many comments on and off the course. Overall an excellent bag that seems well-built for not a lot of cash!
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