10 Best Golf Bag Under 150

Updated on: October 2020

Best Golf Bag Under 150 in 2020


TaylorMade 2017 TM 5.0 Stand Golf Bag, Black/White

TaylorMade 2017 TM 5.0 Stand Golf Bag, Black/White
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

AmazonBasics Soft-Sided Golf Club Travel Bag Case With Wheels - 50 x 13 x 15 Inches, Black

AmazonBasics Soft-Sided Golf Club Travel Bag Case With Wheels - 50 x 13 x 15 Inches, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Soft-sided golf travel bag for conveniently transporting a set of golf clubs (not included)
  • Made of durable nylon fabric; reinforced stress points; stands up on its own when holding a set of clubs
  • Smooth-rolling, inline-skate-style wheels; heavy-duty curb rails; well-placed, riveted handles
  • Compression straps keep clubs secure; heavily padded top section protects club heads
  • Multiple zippered compartments for storing extra gear; measures 50 by 13 by 15 inches

Orlimar Pitch & Putt Golf Lightweight Stand Carry Bag, Black

Orlimar Pitch & Putt Golf Lightweight Stand Carry Bag, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Lightweight Stand Carry Bag
  • Two compartment top
  • Ultra lightweight construction
  • One accessory pocket
  • Durable carry handle
  • 31.5” in length, top opening of the bag is 3.25” x 4.25”

Eagole Super Light Golf Cart Bag,14 way Top and Full Length Divider ,10 Pockets (Black)

Eagole Super Light Golf Cart Bag,14 way Top and Full Length Divider ,10 Pockets (Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • 9 pockets(refer to images) including 2 full length for Apparel (each side), 2 for valuables with velour-lined, and Insulated Cooler Pocket: 9 inches wide, 12 inches tall, 5 inches deep, it can hold 8 bottles of 12 oz cans plus 4 thin ice packs.
  • 3 integrated molded grab handles for easy lifting, which makes it easy to get in and out of the car and cart. E-Trolley base system designed to fit push/pull carts as well as riding carts
  • 9.5 11 inch 14 way top with individual full length club dividers offers a space for every club and the front slot for oversized grip putter , example, superstroke 3.0 grip or mallet putter (oversized grip)
  • 5 years manufacture Limited, Fabric : Nylon (super light),
  • Comfortable transport with strap on back, Rain hood included.

TaylorMade 2019 Golf Select Cart Bag, Navy/Red/White

TaylorMade 2019 Golf Select Cart Bag, Navy/Red/White
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
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SKB Cases ATA Deluxe Standard Hard Plastic Storage Wheeled Golf Bag Travel Case

SKB Cases ATA Deluxe Standard Hard Plastic Storage Wheeled Golf Bag Travel Case
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Keep your golf club safe when traveling with a case that is contoured to fit cart bags, carry bags, and drivers up to 48 inches
  • Molded from ultra high, molecular weight polyethylene and manufactured to meet or exceed ATA 300 Category I
  • Comes with TSA Locking System for ease of airline travel and SKB's exclusive Perfect Match valance bending system, providing tight, secure fits to prevent dirt, dust, and moisture from getting inside the case
  • New, patent pending industrial strength latches for superior valence closure and overall latch security
  • Carton Dimensions (L x W x D): 52 x 13 x 16 inches and weights 19 pounds

TaylorMade 2019 Golf Select Stand Bag, Gray/Black

TaylorMade 2019 Golf Select Stand Bag, Gray/Black
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
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5" Sunday Bag, Lightweight Carry Bag, Executive Course Golf Bag

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BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Great for traveling: takes up very little space in a trailer, camper, or car trunk; when not in use, the bag can be folded and stored neatly until you're ready to go again
  • Perfect for beginner, junior, and senior golfers who may not carry a full complement of clubs
  • Padded shoulder strap for extra comfort and a convenient handle on the side to quickly pick up and go
  • Pockets for balls, tees, divot tools, or whatever else you may need during your round
  • Keep it in your car, to sneak away at lunch and hit the driving range

7" Sunday Bag, Lightweight Carry Bag, Executive Course Golf Bag

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BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Great for traveling: takes up very little space in a trailer, camper, or car trunk; when not in use, the bag can be folded and stored neatly until you're ready to go again
  • Perfect for beginner, junior, and senior golfers who may not carry a full complement of clubs
  • Padded shoulder strap for extra comfort and a convenient handle on the side to quickly pick up and go
  • Pockets for balls, tees, divot tools, or whatever else you may need during your round
  • Keep it in your car, to sneak away at lunch and hit the driving range

CaddyDaddy Golf CDYCON2GP Constrictor Grey with North Pole Golf Bag Travel Cover, Black/Grey

CaddyDaddy Golf CDYCON2GP Constrictor Grey with North Pole Golf Bag Travel Cover, Black/Grey
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Constrictor golf travel bag + North Pole golf club protector (protects longest clubs inside travel cover)
  • 1 year full bag & club protector replacement warranty - covers any damage caused by airlines
  • Internal & External Compression Straps Keep Clubs Secure – Heavily padded top & inline skate wheels
  • Top of the Line 1800D Fabric Construction (3 x the Thickness of 600D Fabric) – lockable zippers (TSA locks not included)
  • North Pole club protector composed of premium aluminum and ABS plastic materials – full adjustable up to 52” in length
  • Club protector safeguards drivers and woods from sudden impact at the top of the travel cover – weighs only 1.2lbs

A Review of the Novel "Apple Polisher" by Heidi Belleau

In Heidi Belleau's "Apple Polisher," all Christian wants is to become a kindergarten teacher. That is, until he meets Max and finds out his Auntie's cancer isn't improving, and neither is her business - a porn video shop.

Christian wants to be a preschool teacher, and he's enrolled in a prestigious MA program where he has to be a model citizen. But that isn't as easy as it seems when you're gay. With no money, he finds the only place he can afford. When one of his roommates is the gorgeous Max, it looks like he's going to have an even harder (pun intended) time of it. And then there's his Auntie Beverly, whose cancer isn't getting better and her porn video shop is on the verge of bankruptcy. This is Heidi Belleau's "Apple Polisher" and the first in her new series of "Rear Entrance Video" novels.

We all know that the classic "Rom-Com" plot is "boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl." When it come to LGBT novels, all one basically has to do is make the two the same gender. In this case, make it "boy meets boy… ", and you'll need no further explanation. That said, Belleau gives us a story with plenty of hurdles to justify the "boy loses boy" part, and just enough mild surprises to bring about the obvious conclusion, and keep her readers interested.

Using the ruse that Christian's course requires him to be squeaky clean helps build the conflict. That his upbringing makes him feel that this means he can't be openly gay, plus having his scholarship contingent on him not having a job, also helps in this. In short, Belleau knows how to complicate her character's lives, and not unreasonably so. Of course, it wouldn't be a comedy if there wasn't a happy-ever-after, and on this too, Belleau delivers. Thankfully, she finds the most twisted pathway to resolving these difficulties, even if not everything ends up picture-perfect.

Being a straight female I haven't read much LGBT fiction, and almost none about gay men. It isn't that I've avoided these books; they're just not a genre that interests me. I'm also not generally into books with a great deal of sex scenes. That isn't to say I'm a prude. I can enjoy well written love making as much as the next person, if properly done in a novel. And it is that "if" that makes all the difference - at least it does for me. So when I realized that there were going to be a few of these scenes between Max and Christian, I was a touch concerned at how tastefully they would be done. But I shouldn't have been. Although I didn't find these passages to be a turn-on, I also didn't find them to be in the least bit offensive. I can also assure you that they weren't sentimentally done, and at times were fairly graphic. The bottom line (also, pun intended) is, these scenes actually furthered the plot and didn't feel the least bit gratuitous, which is a huge point in their favor.

Belleau's style here feels mostly off-handed and casual. It is basically down to earth and simple, without anything poetic or fancy. I personally prefer more lyrical prose, but that's a matter of taste. With that, she builds up her characters nicely, making them both likable and accessible. She also makes almost everything in their personalities and actions seem true-to-life, and believable. And although the major characters certainly aren't two dimensional, I would have liked them to have a touch more depth than what we're given here. Again, this could be just my personal preference, or it could be part and parcel of the genre that I'm unfamiliar with.

In all, I found this a fun read that may even appeal to those who aren't into LGBT fiction, and will probably be a hit with those who are fans of the genre. From me, it gets a solid recommendation with three stars out of five.

" Apple Polisher" by Heidi Belleau is due to be released on July 29th 2020. Thank you to Riptide Publishing for sending me an advance reader's copy of this novel via NetGalley.

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