Stand bag that fits well on trolley?

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I know stand bags aren't designed really with trolley use in mind but can anyone recommend ones that have worked well. Not looking for a hybrid bag or anything like that, just a regular stand bag. Presume the ones that have the leg mechanism concealed within base fit better
 

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I believe all of the Big Max ranges have a base suitable for trolleys. I've never had a problem with them and really like them.
The Motocaddy Hydroflex is also very good, but heavier (2.5kg) than some of the Big Max (1.6kg is lightest, maybe).
 

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I believe all of the Big Max ranges have a base suitable for trolleys. I've never had a problem with them and really like them.
The Motocaddy Hydroflex is also very good, but heavier (2.5kg) than some of the Big Max (1.6kg is lightest, maybe).

Played with a guy yesterday who has that model for winter when walking, said it suits 12 clubs max as he uses a fat grip putter.

Bag looked well thought out tho
 

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Is it? I've always thought I wouldn't really notice the difference between the weight of bags vs the weight of the 10-14 clubs inside them.
It is. My back is weaker than a pint of Fosters so I notice the difference. Every little helps.

The MC bag is over a kilo heavier than my other Ouul carry bag. But I offset that by not carrying anything I don’t need and usually only take 9 or 10 clubs in the winter.
 

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It is. My back is weaker than a pint of Fosters so I notice the difference. Every little helps.

The MC bag is over a kilo heavier than my other Ouul carry bag. But I offset that by not carrying anything I don’t need and usually only take 9 or 10 clubs in the winter.
Hmm, I never really thought about that. I think I just accepted the compromise since I wanted one hybrid bag I could use all year round. I also tend to take a few clubs out in the winter, and I'm not somebody that carries loads of junk in the bag anyway.
 

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It is. My back is weaker than a pint of Fosters so I notice the difference. Every little helps.

The MC bag is over a kilo heavier than my other Ouul carry bag. But I offset that by not carrying anything I don’t need and usually only take 9 or 10 clubs in the winter.

Most people carry more than 2.2lbs in extra weight.
 

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I've never owned a carry bag that didn't fit perfectly well enough on a trolley.
Callaway carry bag that I got with pro-shop credit for £79 many years ago only just saw me through last winter.
Couple of holes appeared. It is working fine as a storage unit for clubs in the loft.

Last year I acquired two carry bags, both sit fine on any of my unpowered trolleys. Sun Mountain and Lynx.

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The Lynx one is what I've been carrying so far this winter.
 
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