The stand golf bags are considered amongst the carry bags. They are advanced versions of the Sunday bags. They feature the design which is quite unique as compared to other styles of the golf bag and they have two retractable legs. The legs are useful which helps the bag to stand in the upright position like the staff and cart bag and they also help it to stand canted. The two legs extend to stabilize the bag which allows the easy access to club. When the bag is upright the legs retract.
The golf stand bags are most commonly used by the golfers who prefer to walk in course and prefer to hold their clubs. The reason is that it has the legs that allow the bag to stay upright on turf which is not usually found in other types of golf bags. There are different types of stand bags available. Some of them are equipped with the backpack style of the shoulder straps and they distribute the weight on the shoulders. The stands bags have 5 pounds weight which is more than the Sunday bags but less than any other types of golf bags. Some of the stand bags have the ergonomic features like the hip pad which helps in preventing the bag to rub you in wrong way when you are walking.
The stand bags can be used with the push and pull carts and should also be strapped to back. You should take care with the push and pull carts that the legs do not yet damaged. The stand bags have the general appearance like the cart bag but it has the additional feature of two legs into it. The stand bags are smaller and compact as compared to cart bags which mean that they have less room for keeping extra equipments.
The stand bags fall into the family of carry bags but they have additional features like the retractable fold out legs. They are larger than the pencil or Sunday bags. The legs on the bag also help in keeping the bag clean. The bag is kept away from being dirty and also makes it easy to keep the bag and to take the clubs out. When you are choosing the stand bag you need to check the stability of the base of bag. The quality of stand is different in different bags and it is crucial to decide that which bag would be able to sustain and stay upfront during winds.