Callaway is probably my favorite golf club company but they do also make some pretty solid golf bags. In this post, I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the 3 best Callaway golf bags so you can make a better buying decision, and I’ll also share the best place to pick them up.
I’ve looked at and tested pretty much all the bags currently on the market and a lot of them aren’t worth buying in my opinion. All 3 of the bags I’ll cover in this post have passed my test. That being said, here are the best Callaway golf bags for the money:
When we were trying out all the golf bags we ranked them all based on how they actually performed, how the quality was, and also how much they cost. We tried to find different models (cart & stand) and also different price ranges (cheap & higher quality). Continue reading for my full review of each and info on where to get them for the best price.
3 Best Callaway Golf Bags For The Money
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#3: Callaway Chev Stand Bag
This is a great bag from Callaway and the reason I liked it so much was that it was lightweight BUT still seemed to be sturdy and well built. There has been a number of bags that I’ve tried where this wasn’t the case. If you’re going to be carrying a bag around the course then having something light will be a big deal.
It wasn’t the cheapest bag on the market, but in my experience, you get what you pay for and I’d way rather pay a little bit extra to get something high quality that’ll last a long time. It definitely wasn’t the most heavy-duty bag out there but as long as you take care of it, it should last you a long time.
- It weighs around 5.5 pounds.
- It was more comfortable to carry than a lot of others.
- It comes with 5 full-length club dividers.
- It has 6 pockets for all your gear (which was plenty).
- It doesn’t come with an insulated drink compartment.
- There were other bags on the market with a better back pad.
Overall though, a really solid golf bag.
Here’s a demo video:
#2: Callaway Hyper-Lite 5 Stand Bag
This is my favorite stand bag from Callaway and second favorite bag overall. The first thing I liked about it was the 7 full-length club dividers. I found them a bit easier to put clubs in and take them out compared to the Chev. If you have al your clubs bunched up in one or two compartments they’ll get jammed up when you put them in or take them out.
The next thing I liked was that this bag was a lot more comfortable to carry, in my opinion. I’m not saying the Chev wasn’t comfortable (because it was better than some), I’m just saying it fit my body a bit better. Everyone has a different shape and some bags will fit your body a lot better than others.
- It’s “hyper” lite and weighs in just above 5 pounds.
- The shoulder strap and back pad were solid.
- The material and zippers seemed to be well made (so far).
- Again, there is no insulated drink compartment.
- It’s a bit more expensive than the Chev (but a bit better in my opinion).
Again, another great golf bag.
Here’s a demo video:
#1: Callaway Rogue Cart Bag
The reason I have this ranked #1 is that I normally always use a push or power cart and most of the carry bags don’t work that great for that. They can work fine but you normally have to strap the legs to keep them from getting in the way.
It’s more expensive than both but the quality is great and it’s something that’ll last you for years (if not forever) and that’s why I’m willing to pay up for it. It’ll have room for all your gear, the material is tough and durable, and your clubs won’t get jammed up in the bag.
- It weighs in at around 11 pounds (it’s a cart bag so who cares?).
- It fit great in my Clicgear pushcart.
- It had plenty of room for all my gear and clubs.
- The quality and durability were top notch.
- It’s one of the more expensive bags on the market.
- If you want to carry your bag this probably isn’t the best option (go with the first 2).
Callaway has been my favorite golf company for a while now and these three bags are all great options. It all really depends on your budget and what type of bag you’re looking for. I really don’t think you could go wrong with any of them and I would have no issues using them myself.
If you plan on golfing a lot and use a push or power cart, go with the Rogue. It’s expensive but the quality is awesome. If you like to carry your bag or don’t golf a whole lot, go with the Chev or Hyper–Lite.
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