PMantle wrote:Currently using a smallish Lat 64. I think it's called the slim jim. I want to carry more discs, and have room for two putters in the outside slot. A friend of mine has the smaller Fade. The Lite maybe? I see that the Crunch Box holds the same number of discs but just has more storage?
Want shoulder strap type. Do not want it to be huge. One drink carrier is enough. Not sure about extra storage.
Just get the Crunch, or is there something else out there?
Go big. Why move to a medium sized bag now then shift to a bigger bag down the road?
More discs, more stuff, more beer: how can that be a bad thing?
The round starts off cold but warms up. Off comes your hat, gloves and an outer shell. That amount of stuff alone will fill a medium bag.
You are playing a round with water holes on it. You need to carry a few risk discs and just got a new putter you want to try out. Do you overstuff your medium sized bag or throw your favorite driver on a water hole?
The second round of the tournament starts in a strong rain. You want to carry a stack of towels. A towel only stays dry if it fits inside a bag but the only place you can carry extra towels is tied to the outside of your bag because your bag is too small.
The most important reason to carry a big bag is to carry more discs. The more discs you carry the more throws you will make. Before a round you are warming up. You throw your Buzzz down the fairway. If that is the only Buzzz in your bag then you start walking after it. If you have a few others then you throw them all. This kind of incidental practice will make you a better player.