Best Ladies Golf Cart Bags in 2021
Ram Golf Lightweight Ladies Cart Bag with 14 Way Full Length Dividers Grey/Pink
Datrek DG Lite II Golf Cart Bag
- 15-way with full length individual dividers
- Soft-grip lift assist handles integrated into bag top
- Soft-grip oversized putter well fits a Jumbo grip
- Seven total pockets provide ample storage including two oversized Apparel pockets, a large ball pocket and fleece lined valuables pocket
- Oversized insulated cooler pocket
Birdie Babe Woodstock Flowered Ladies Golf Cart Bag
- Black flowered cart bag with 14-way top (with 3 full length divisions)
- Lightweight - weighs under 5 pounds
- Insulated cooler pocket with drain holes
- Golf cart strap holder. Valuables pocket.
- Free shipping with USPS Parcel Select, Expedited is UPS Ground.
RJ Sports Lb-960 Ladies Cart Bag with 3pk Head Covers, Coral/Grey, 9"
- 9" Ladies cart bag with 3PK head covers
- 14 way full length Individual dividers
- 1 external putter well keeps putter protected
- 4 side garment pockets
- 3 front value/ball pockets
OGIO 2018 Lady Cirrus Cart Bag, Green
- 15-way 2X Barrel cart top with integrated handles and front dual putter pit
- Deluxe padded, single shoulder strap
- Low profile OGIO Ball Silo
- Cart strap channels
- Rapid Access Pockets, fleece lined, easy access valuables pocket
Taboo Fashions Monaco Premium Lightweight Ladies Golf Cart Bag (Pink Brushstrokes)
- 14 Way Full-Length Dividers
- 100% Never-WEAR lightweight construction
- Insulated beverage compartment
- 7 zippered pockets plus interior with unmentionables pocket
- MATCHING 4-PACK HEAD COVERS ALSO AVAILABLE!
Eagole Super Light Golf Cart Bag,14 way Top and Full Length Divider ,10 Pockets (Black)
- 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.
RJ Sports Paradise 9" Deluxe Ladies Cart Bag, Palm Breeze, 9
- 14 Way Full Length Dividers
- 1 Large Cooler Pocket
- 1 Oversize External Putter/Wedge Tube
- Scorecard Sleeve/Penci+AQ12:AR25l/Tee Holders
- Removable Front Logo Panel for Customization
iBella Tan Ladies Golf Cart Bag (with 3 Matching Headcovers)
- QUILTED LEATHER-LIKE POLYURETHANE MATERIAL in sophisticated colors and patterns
- 9.5-INCH TOP WITH 14 INDIVIDUAL DIVIDERS and includes 3 matching headcovers (#1, #3 and #X)
- FRONT POSITION EXTRA-LARGE PUTTER PIT fits modern grips
- 8 ZIPPERED POCKETS including a velour lined valuables pocket with waterproof zipper and an insulated hydration bottle compartment
- LOADED WITH FEATURES: Rubberized dual side lift handles, Padded rear carry strap with sleeve, Towel ring with Velcro glove attachment, umbrella holder, scorecard sleeve, and rain hood cover
Sun Mountain Women's Starlet Cart Bag Ladies Golf 2020 Black/Knit/Pink New
- Sun Mountain Starlet
- Shaft Flex:
- Shaft Material:
"The King's Speech" Movie Review
Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech" is an obvious 2020 Oscar nominee with a culmination of many cinematic talents in one of the best films to grace the screen in 2020. Starring: Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce, Timothy Spall.
The true story of King George VI's speech impediment and subsequent friendship with speech therapist Lionel Logue is a perfect piece of historical reflection. Had "The King's Speech" been produced before our time of deconstructed media culture, it would have never resonated with audiences. King George VI was the last emperor of England, marking a turning point where the royal family became less ruling class and more celebrity.
This is even reflected in the film where King George VI, or Bertie for short, is told by his father King George V that the royal family has been reduced to "actors." They should be so lucky as to be portrayed by the likes of Colin Firth and Helena Bonham Carter, who plays his wife Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon. Their performances deal with the humanizing of royalty, the de-mythologizing of a King and his intimate flaws.
As the end credits so endear to Bertie, the King became a reigning symbol of national resistance during World War II. Though this would not at all be possible were it not for the unorthodox relationship and therapy of one Lionel Logue, played by the indefatigable Geoffrey Rush. Just as President Roosevelt (FDR) hid his polio stricken legs during his inspiring reign during World War II, Logue became the support that Bertie stood upon to inspire Britain.
"The King's Speech" is hopelessly predictable beyond being a true story, but we willing surrender to these splendid actors and characters. Colin Firth provides a depiction of Bertie like a frustrated boy fumbling to grasp acceptance of the King he is destine to be. Firth provides emotional chasms of silence that speak volumes of his despair and pensiveness. While "The King's Speech" is humanizing and strips bare royal pretense, it captures a historical drama where the world's fate seems to be hanging in the balance of each breath.
One of the most effective cinematic tactics in creating a more vulnerable King George VI is the intimate cinematography. Danny Cohen captures soft touches between Bertie and his wife, perfectly framing adoring and worrisome glances of both Bonham Carter and Rush. Cohen's sweeping camera direction and angles swallow Colin Firth in the Royal halls and palaces, then dives in putting us right as his back. Through the cinematography we feel Bertie's unyielding perception of insignificance and then his brave struggles to confront his destiny.
The skillful hand of Zac Nicholson as camera operator must be noted with the cinematography of "The King's Speech." A Director of Photography (Danny Cohen) rarely touches the camera on major film productions, especially epic historical dramas. Nicholson and Cohen worked with director Tom Hooper on his epic mini-series production of "John Adams" for HBO, notably the third episode in the seven part series "Don't Tread on Me."
Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush, possibly even Helena Bonham Carter are a shoe-in for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor nominations at the Oscars. Timothy Spall relives his role as Winston Churchill, also playing the British Bulldog in the 2020 satirical film "Jackboots on Whitehall." Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter and Timothy Spall were some of the hardest working actors of 2020, each appearing in multiple films.
There is a big possibility "The King's Speech" will garner a Best Picture nomination as well. The Academy loves historical dramas involving World Wars. Best Picture Oscars have gone to films like "Wings", "All Quiet on the Western Front", "Cavalcade", "Mrs. Miniver", "Casablanca", "The Best Years of Our Lives", "From Here to Eternity", "The Bridge on the River Kwai", "Lawrence of Arabia", "Patton", "Gandhi", "Schindler's List" and "The English Patient."
Though perhaps more deserving would be an Oscar for screenwriter David Seidler, who may have won for "Tucker: The Man and His Dreams" in 1988 had Francis Ford Coppola not done extensive rewrites. "The King's Speech" is certainly a culmination of many talents in one of the best films to grace the screen in 2020.