10 Best Staff Golf Bags

Updated on: September 2020

Best Staff Golf Bags in 2020


Callaway Golf 2018 Rogue Staff Cart Bag, Black/ White, Normal

Callaway Golf 2018 Rogue Staff Cart Bag, Black/ White, Normal
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Fully integrated umbrella sleeve
  • 10 inch, 6-way top with velour-wrapped dividers
  • 9 pockets including a velour-lined valuables pocket and magnetic closure rangefinder/GPS pocket
  • Callaway Tour branding
  • Color matching rain Hood

Burton Staff Bag - Black Staff Bag -

Burton Staff Bag - Black Staff Bag -
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • 10 inch 6-way velour padded top with full-length dividers
  • Top cuff reinforced with steel ring
  • Constructed of textured, durable buffalo vinyl
  • 6 pockets provide ample storage
  • Durable molded bag bottom

TaylorMade 2019 Tour Staff Golf Bag

TaylorMade 2019 Tour Staff Golf Bag
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • 6-way velour top (9.5" x 11") ; 3 Point shoulder strap ; 2 hard shell accessories pockets for added protection
  • 12 total pockets featuring: 2 velour lined valuables pockets, 2 garment pockets, 2 hard shell accessories pockets for added protection, 2 Insulated cooler pockets, 2 accessories pockets, Ball pocket, Tee pocket
  • Umbrella sleeve
  • Black gunmetal hardware and towel clip
  • Brushed/micro perforated synthetic leather

Titleist Midsize Golf Bag Black/Black/Red

Titleist Midsize Golf Bag Black/Black/Red
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • New Tour-inspired magnetic valuables pocket
  • Durable materials and quilted highlights
  • Removable belly panel for customizationAdded interior organization
  • Premium metal hardware

Burton Usa Staff Bag Red/White/Blue

Burton Usa Staff Bag Red/White/Blue
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • 10 inch 6-way velour padded top with full-length dividers
  • Constructed of textured, durable buffalo vinyl
  • 6 pockets provide ample storage
  • Durable molded bag bottom
  • Matching rain Hood with hidden umbrella well

Titleist Premium Stand Golf Bag Black/Black/Red

Titleist Premium Stand Golf Bag Black/Black/Red
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Tour-validated 3-point single shoulder strap
  • Durable materials and quilted highlights
  • Premium metal hardware
  • 5 Way top cuff with integrated handles
  • Interior organization in apparel pockets

SKB ATA Staff Golf Travel Case

SKB ATA Staff Golf Travel Case
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Capable of accepting drivers up to 49".
  • Patented injection molded Latch with TSA locking System for ease of airline travel.
  • SKB exclusive PERFECT-MATCH valance bending System, providing tight, secure fits to prevent dirt, dust and moisture from getting inside the case.
  • SKB unconditional Lifetime .
  • SKB $1, 500 Content coverage.

Wilson 2018 NFL Golf Cart Bag, Seattle Seahawks

Wilson 2018 NFL Golf Cart Bag, Seattle Seahawks
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • New 9.5" x 8.5" top with 14-way full length dividers plus external frontal putter well that fits oversized putter grips
  • 11" x 9" trolley base with anchor designed to fit in golf cart
  • 11 pockets: 2 full length large garment side pockets; 3 velour pockets for valuables; 1 large base cooler pocket; 4 large external accessory pockets; 2 side mesh base pockets
  • Rip Stop polyester construction with metal chrome finished hardware and 3 side lift handles
  • Includes cart strap loop, umbrella holders, towel ring/glove holder, padded carry strap, and rain Hood. Weighs 5 lbs

Callaway Golf 2019 Epic Flash Staff Cart Bag

Callaway Golf 2019 Epic Flash Staff Cart Bag
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • 9 Pockets Including a Velour-lined Valuables Pocket and Magnetic Closure Rangefinder/GPS Pocket
  • 10", 6-way Top with Velour-wrapped Dividers
  • Perfect Balance Base
  • Callaway Tour Branding
  • Fully Integrated Umbrella Sleeve

Wilson Staff EXO Cart Golf Bag, Black/Red

Wilson Staff EXO Cart Golf Bag, Black/Red
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • 2 Dry Tech valuables pockets
  • 2 Full-size garment pockets
  • 3 Front accessories pockets hold balls or rangefinder
  • 1 Large cooler pocket with drain holes
  • 14 way top with full-length dividers

When the Doctor is Negligent

What would you do if the doctor or staff treating was negligent. After having a horrifying medical experience, I did not want this to happen to others.

Arriving at the doctor's office, which was not located in the hospital, I checked in and waited for my turn to see the doctor. After a few minutes, the nurse came and told me to come back with her where she took my vitals and did a pregnancy test. The test came out negative as I thought it would since I began to bleed the day I left the hospital. Once she finished my vitals the nurse led me to a room where I waited to see the doctor.

A few minutes later, to my surprise, a nurse practitioner entered the room. She began to ask my history. I told her about the emergency surgery, the pregnancy, and the bleeding a few days after the surgery. She told me the pregnancy test was negative and asked if my husband and I were going to try again soon. I told her we had not discussed this, thinking to myself "I just had surgery two weeks ago." She began to explain the importance of prenatal vitamins if I wanted to get pregnant again and if not, then I should be on birth control. She then listened to my heart and lungs, laid me on my back, asked if I was having any pain while pressing on my stomach a few times, and then looked at my incision. After the brief exam she left the room to get the scripts for birth control and prenatal vitamins. She returned to the room once again and asked if I had anymore questions. Shocked I replied "yes", and asked "will I see the doctor today?" She replied the office staff did not know where he was. So I named off a list of questions I had, including "What activities am I still limited too?" and "what about the sonogram and blood profile the doctor wanted?", since she had not addressed these concerns. Beginning to see she had no idea what was going on with my case, I again asked to see the doctor. She said they did not know where he was and took me to the front office to speak with another nurse. The nurse said he was not in yet and they did not know where he was. Becoming agitated, I responded "do you think we could get him on the phone?" At this point the nurse practitioner left to go see more patients.

The nurse, to whom the nurse practitioner passed me off, began to look through my chart, when she asked "where are your hospital records?" I was absolutely stunned. I realized at that point the nurse practitioner had actually conducted the exam without even knowing why I was there. At that point I realized how negligent and careless this nurse practitioner had been. I later found out, due to the miscarriage I should have had a pelvic exam, blood work, they should have taken a blood profile for a follow-up on the blood transfusion, and a sonogram to check for more cysts.

Thirty minutes later, after unsuccessfully searching for my hospital records, the nurse asked me to return the following Monday and set up an appointment. Being completely disgusted with this office I left. My husband and I agreed that I would make an appointment to see my OB/GYN immediately.

After this horrifying experience I was afraid other people might have experienced or will experience the same negligence with this nurse pratitioner, so I began to research ways to effectively stop this from happening again. Here is what I found:

Receive a second opinion.
First and foremost, I went to a doctor I knew and trusted for a second opinion. I certainly did not feel comfortable with the incomplete exam and conclusion the nurse practitioner had left with me with, so I went to my regular OB/GYN for another opinion. His assessment agreed with what I felt, she had been extremely negligent.

Talk to the supervising physician.
In this case I had no further complications due to negligence, so I called the doctor to explain what had happened. He reassured me, as her supervisor, the necessary steps would be taken to discipline her and prevent this from happening again. Sometimes doctors just don't know and won't know what is happening in their office until someone informs them.

Call your insurance company.
Some insurance companies provide an online rating system for patients to rate the doctor. Also, if the negligence is reported to the insurance company a report will be taken and placed in the doctor's file. If the negligence is found to be detrimental to the patient's health the report is given to the legal department for further investigation.

Lodge a formal complaint with the state medical board.
The state medical board oversees all licensed physicians residing within a particular state. They have appropriate investigative bodies and have the power to revoke a physician's license within the state.

Speak with a lawyer.
A lawyer can inform a patient of his or her rights and if in question, whether the negligence was detrimental to the patient's health.

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