The whole best cart golf bag is waterproof. The leather is made of high-quality 360-degree waterproof fabrics and waterproof zippers. Each seam has a hot-pressed waterproof strip, so the items in the bag will not get wet even under heavy rain.
When you don’t need the cap, you can put it in the large zippered pocket on the side (it will be placed in the side pocket when the bag is produced). There is a large pocket on the back of the bag for the battery of the cart.
There are three pockets on the front of the bag, and the playing supplies are sorted and placed for easy access. The printing on the pocket can be customized according to your needs.
A large LOGO can be set on the side, and some patterns can also be designed to be printed on the side pieces to make your products have their own brand characteristics. There are two large zippered pockets on the side for some bulky items.
The main zipper head has a rubber rain cap to prevent water seepage in the gap of the slider, and it is thoughtfully designed to take care of your items.
Umbrella drawstring, where your umbrella can be placed.
There are also two large waterproof zipper pockets on the right side of the bag, your LOGO can be set on the side, and the side panels can be printed with patterns to enhance the brand characteristics.
There is a D-ring for hanging towels, and a velcro button for sticking gloves.
The design of side panel printing improves brand recognition.
There’s a large battery pocket on the back of the bag, which can help you when your cart is running out of power.
The 14-bar head frame and large-capacity separate slot for easy storage of a full set of golf clubs.
In fact, we can see that it is common for many large-scale competitions to encounter rainy days. Unless the weather is extremely bad, the competition is usually carried out as usual. In addition, even if it is not in the rainy season, you will encounter a variety of weather when you play, among which wind and rain are the most common. So, what are some tips for golfing in the rain?
Bring a towel, raincoat, large umbrella, rain boots, etc. Keep your hands and grips dry, hands and grips are impossible to play well when they are wet, so the first element is to keep them as dry as possible, anywhere else can get wet, but make sure to have a towel ready to wipe down And wrap your palms and grips. On a rainy day, you should prepare at least three towels and play for four or five hours, and the towels will get wet if they are cold.
Playing on rainy and windy days requires not only a few towels, but also a few extra pairs of gloves, socks, and even an umbrella. Every enthusiast should prepare a raincoat, rain-proof sneakers and a big enough umbrella. A raincoat can keep you out of the rain and keep your body warm. With these things, you don’t feel like you’ve become a jerk on the back nine.
Maintain the routine before hitting the ball
The harsher the weather, the more you need to focus on each shot. You have to be in the most appropriate state to hit a good shot. The usual action before hitting the ball may be to first stand after the ball, hold the club to aim in the target direction, then stand next to the ball, try a swing, and finally hit the ball. Don’t worry about the rain, and cut back the steps.
Should be more relaxed when swinging
If you hit the ball with more force, the more spin the ball will generate. The more spin, the more the wind affects the shot.
At the same time, in the wind, a 100 percent full swing is absolutely the best option. A smaller swing will allow you to hit the ball lower, resulting in less backspin, and the less the wind will affect the ball. A small swing will give you a more solid touch. A small swing can also keep you from slipping in the wet.