How to Organize a 14 Slot Golf Bag the Right Way

After you purchase your 14-slot golf bag, you need to know how you can put the golf clubs inside the bag properly. There are many ways you can go through this overall process and the processes are quite easy. However, you still can make mistakes and this is why reading this article will help you to organize the clubs properly.


At first, you will need to empty the golf bag properly and this will be the easiest part. You might think that you have finished emptying your bag but you should turn it upside down and you might be amazed to see the things that can come out of your golf bag. After properly emptying the bag, you should organize all the things you want to put inside the bag in one place. And then make decisions on the gears you want to take and the gears you do not want to take. Make sure that all the gears are cleaned properly and then follow the steps mentioned below:

Step 1 – Putter: 

Do not forget to pay proper attention to the exact location where you would like to keep the putter. You can either use the specific slot of putter or you can keep it next to the lob wedge. Since most 14 slots golf bags come with putter slot, why not take its full advantage? Keeping the putter away from the other golf clubs is always a better decision. If the putter slot is not big enough to fit your putter with proper grip then that might be an issue.


golf Putter

Step 2 – Wedges:                                                 

A golfer usually carries two to four wedges and they are sand wedge, pitching wedge, gap wedge, and lob wedge. You will reach for them quite often and they come in short sizes. Whether a golfer is missing greens or looking forward to hitting it close on a par five, he will have to make proper use of golf wedges. These are the reasons why they should be arranged in the front row and left to right of a bag. Put them in order of pitching wedge, the gap wedge, the sand wedge, and the lob wedge.

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Step 3 – Mid and Short Irons:

In the middle section of your bag, you will find one place for the long irons and hybrids and another section for the mid and short irons. You will have to go for the right section of your bag in the middle where you can put the mid and short irons. You can fill your big with 7 iron, 8 iron, 9 iron, etc. by using the row system within the bag. The main goal is to ensure that the irons do not get mixed up or otherwise, it will be hard to pull the right one out in the time of need.

Step 4 – Long Irons and Hybrids: 

After you are done putting your wedges, putter, and short irons in the bag, you will see plenty of spaces in the middle of the bag that you can use to put your long irons and hybrids. To put your long irons and hybrids, you will just have to take a look at the first opening inside your golf bag as far back and to the left, as you possibly can. That is where you can put your longest irons and hybrids.

Long Irons and Hybrids

Step 5 – The Woods: 

Drivers and woods will go into the back section because they are the longest clubs in the bag. You can start organizing the bag by putting them in first if you want. Since the golf bag will have to sit on the cart, you will need to make sure that you keep the longest clubs in the back section of your golf bag. Otherwise, you will not be able to have easy access to the shorter clubs like the wedges and irons without trying too hard by reaching around the drivers and woods. This is why you can simply put the driver in the left corner of the bag in the back. However, you need to keep in your mind that each golf bag will come with a different club configuration depending on the clubs that you carry.

Step 6 – Tee and Balls Pocket: 

14 slot golf bags come with tee and ball pockets where you can store the balls and tee. A golfer usually organizes all his accessories based on the number of pockets he finds in his golf bag. And a golf player will not have to be concerned at all about putting his golf accessories like tee and balls in the pockets.

Tee and Balls Pocket

Step 7 – Side Pockets: 

14 slot golf bags do not only come with the obvious spaces you need for the specific golf clubs. These bags come with extra side pockets that can be used to keep other things such as wallets, keys, phones, jewelry, watch, and other things like that.

Side Pockets

Step 8 – Apparel Pocket:  

Almost all golf bags come with a full-length golf apparel pocket where you can neatly fold and store your apparel. You will have some extra space in case you need to squeeze some more clothing in that space. However, you need to keep in mind that you are not supposed to put anything else in that space like tees, gloves, food items, or pitchforks. 

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Step 9 – Beverage Pocket:

Your beverage goes inside the insulated cooler pocket. Aside from beverages and refreshments, you can store chocolates or energy bars there and they will be unaffected by the heat of the scorching sun because of the insulation system. Your golf bag might come with a water bottle holder and do not forget to close the lid or cap of the bottle tightly.

If you want to make better decisions on the golf course then keeping your golf bag organized is quite important. It will also keep your golf clubs and accessories properly maintained and organized. Follow the advice given above and you will see a positive result in your game.

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