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The benefits of using an electric trolley on the golf course are massive, which means that for many golfers, having a great bag to go on your electric trolley is essential. This could be described as a trolley bag or a cart bag, but either way, there are loads on the market. Here’s a list of some you should be looking to buy in 2024.  

What makes a good golf cart bag? There are several factors that constitute a well-made bag. Firstly, you want a bag that is spacious enough to carry all your golf belongings on the course. If you’re someone who likes to carry a lot of equipment on the golf course, then you’re going to need a bag that can carry it.  

As well as that, you probably want a bag that is going to be fully waterproof, especially if you’re playing in poor conditions at times. The last thing you want is a bag that leaks water, leaving your clubs soaking wet.  

Another thing to factor in is that you want a bag that is easy to organise your clubs in. That might be in a bag with 14 full dividers, or with less. It really depends on what your personal preference is.  

The good news is, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best cart bags to go on your golf trolley in the 2024 golf season.  

Credit: Callaway
Callaway ORG 14 image
Callaway ORG 14
A sleek design that will keep your clubs well organised.

PROS

  • 14-way divider for ultimate organisation
  • Large putter well for easy access to the flatstick
  • Good waterproof capabilities

CONS

  • Is more on the expensive side
Available for £329 from Callaway

First in our alphabetically ordered list is an option from Callaway. This bag, although pictured in black, comes in a variety of colours and styles, making it one of the more stylish bags on our list. If that’s a consideration, then you’ll like this.  

It’s not just the style that will draw you to this bag either, as it’s hugely functional. As the name suggests, this bag features a 14-way divider, meaning it will be easy to organise your clubs. Another positive with this design is the putter well at the top of the bag, which allows thicker style putter grips to move in and out of the bag without hassle. This bag has a whopping 11 pockets, meaning you’re going to have more than enough space for all your gear on the course.  

Overall, this is a really stylish option, that you can be sure to rely on. 

Credit: Cobra
Cobra Ultralight Pro image
Cobra Ultralight Pro
The clue is in the name with this bag from Cobra.

PROS

  • Designed to be very light and easy to carry around
  • Really does look the part
  • Great price point

CONS

  • Some options will have bigger main pockets
Available for £149 from Cobra

Another one of our favourite brands, the Cobra Ultralight Pro does exactly what the name suggests. If you’re looking for a bag that looks great and keeps your clubs suitably dry, then this is a very worthy option.  

The Cobra Ultralight Pro features a 14-way divider at the top of the bag, which includes a putter well for easy access to your most used club on the course. It also features two very large apparel pockets, so if you’re a golfer who likes to take several different clothing options on the course, then this is a great cart bag for you. This bag has seven pockets, so although they are large, there are other bags with more pocket options.  

We really like the way this bag looks as it stands out from some of the other usual brands we see on the fairways. Overall, a very solid option. 

Credit: Motocaddy
Motocaddy Pro Series
Motocaddy Pro Series
It's not just electric trolleys that come from the Motocaddy team.

PROS

  • An abundance of pockets for storage
  • Very well designed to fit on an electric trolley
  • Jumbo putter well on the outside of the bag is a nice touch

CONS

  • Not the most stylish in this list
Available for £199.99 from Motocaddy

It’s not just electric trolleys that come from Motocaddy, but they make quality bags to go on those trolleys too. In our eyes, the pick of the bunch is the Motocaddy Pro Series. 
 
This is a bag full of features, with nine spacious pockets which, considering the size of these pockets, is certainly going to be enough for your essentials. What seperates this bag from the first two on our list is the jumbo putter well, which sits externally from the rest of the bag’s dividers. This means you’ll always have access to the flatstick. One thing we like about this bag in particular is the large insulated cool pocket on the front of it. More than enough room for all your on-course snacks.  

For a brand that specialises in trolleys and bags, you know that you’re going to get quality. This is a large and spacious bag that will look great on the course and perform well too. 

Credit: Ogio
Ogio Silencer bag
Ogio All Elements Silencer
Colourful! This Ogio number will certainly stand out

PROS

  • Ideal for someone who wants something rather loud
  • Silencer technology works to reduce club clatter
  • A good size for almost any trolley

CONS

  • The high price tag might be better spent elsewhere
Available for £299 from Ogio

Easily the most colourful option in this range, the Ogio All Elements Silencer bag will stand out from the crowd at your golf club. We’ve pictured this colourful number, but there are some more reserved options if that’s too much for you.  

James Tait, our Gear Editor has tested this extensively and he really enjoyed using it. As you’ll see, the top of this bag features technology which keeps your clubs locked in place. That stops any bag clatter, as well as keeping the clubs in your bag dry. It’s also very easy to get your clubs in and out of here, despite them being securely locked in place. Aside from this, the bag has seam sealed zippers, which do a great job at protecting everything inside your bag from all the elements.  

With a design option that will suit everyone’s taste, this bag is a great option.  

Credit: Ping
Ping Traverse
Ping Traverse
Not just a brand that make stand bags, drivers, irons, putters... cart bags too!

PROS

  • Great value for money
  • Cracking selection of colours on show
  • 11 pockets. Eleven!

CONS

  • Not designed to be waterproof, so if you play in the rain, it might not be for you
Available for £169 from Ping

Ping are a brand you might not associate with bags, such is the quality of their drivers, irons and putters, but the Traverse is a very solid option for getting your clubs into. 
 
I’ve used a Ping stand bag for many years, and it’s no surprise that their cart bags are very popular too. This bag features an impressive 11 pockets, which allow you to store apparel, valuables and cool drinks, as well as other smaller pockets for everything you’ll need to play your best golf. Despite this array of pockets, the bag remains very lightweight, making it a great option if you want something easy to take in and out of the car. Ping don’t advertise this to be a waterproof bag, so if that’s something you think you’re going to need, that’s worth taking into consideration.  

This is a great bag, as it really does allow you to take a lot of things on the course with you. Looks great, too.  

Credit: PowaKaddy
PowaKaddy DLX bag
PowaKaddy DLX Lite
Another big electric trolley brand that excel when it comes to bags too.

PROS

  • A lightweight option from a company that make heavy duty bags
  • 14 dividers for easy organisation of the clubs
  • External putter well for easy access to the most used club in the bag

CONS

  • If you want fancy colours, scroll back to the Ogio
Available for £159 from PowaKaddy

Another one of the big hitters when it comes to golf bags and electric trolleys, we are big fans of the PowaKaddy DLX Lite bag. This is instantly recognisable as a PowaKaddy bag and that’s certainly a good thing.  

Immediately, you can see the build quality with this trolley bag. It lives up to its name in that it’s lightweight, without being flimsy. It’s not the largest PowaKaddy bag available, but it does offer you plenty of space for all your gear. In particular, the pockets at the front of the bag, the cooler pocket and ball pocket, are very large. On the side, there’s plenty space for apparel, with pockets there offering plenty of options. Again, this has 11 pockets, so it’s going to carry all you need and more. Also features impressive tech on the base to keep your bag locked in on the trolley.  

Overall, you know that you’re going to get quality with PowaKaddy and the DLX Lite delivers. A great trolley bag that does everything you need it to at really nice value.

Credit: TaylorMade
TaylorMade cart bag
TaylorMade Cart Lite
A really good looking bag from TaylorMade that does everything you need it to do

PROS

  • A handy 14-way divider at the top
  • Another bag with 11 pockets. Yes, eleven!
  • Really sleek looking

CONS

  • You'll get bigger bags in this list, but it doesn't lack space. Not really a con, is it?
Available for £199 from TaylorMade

If you watch a lot of golf on TV, you’ll no doubt see plenty of TaylorMade bags. Although this isn’t their staff bag, it does everything that you’re going to need from it.  

This is definitely one of the best looking bags on this list, with a top-quality brand name to go with it. If that’s something that you’re keen on, then you’ll like this. This is another bag with a 14-way top, making it easy to organise your clubs. TaylorMade has designed this bag with an optimised base, meaning it’s going to be nice and stable on the trolley.
 
You might not run to TaylorMade when you think about buying a cart bag, but this is well worth looking at.  

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How we picked

Performance Consistency

We meticulously evaluated each piece of equipment's performance across a number of variables.

Forgiveness and Playability

With golf clubs, our assessment always considered the versatility and forgiveness levels, especially on off-centre strikes.

Innovative Technology

We scrutinise the incorporation of innovative technology in each piece of equipment we review.

Customisation

We consider factors like adjustable features and customisation options available to the buyer.


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Lewis Fraser As bunkered’s Performance Editor, Lewis oversees the content that’s designed to make you a better player. From the latest gear to tuition, nutrition, strategy and more, he’s the man. A graduate of the University of Stirling, Lewis joined bunkered in 2021. Formerly a caddie at Castle Stuart Golf Links, he is a member of Bathgate Golf Club where he plays off four.

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