Sunday Golf Big Rig Cart Bag Review

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The Sunday Golf Big Rig cart bag is a fully loaded ultra lightweight cart bag with ample, purposeful storage, full length 14 way dividers, and high end details.

Introduction

Sunday Golf made its name on true Sunday golf bags like the Loma XL [review HERE].  In other words, bags that are smaller and lighter than a typical carry bag designed for significantly fewer clubs.  This review is all about their first offering in the full size cart bag space – the Big Rig cart bag.

Looks

I have to first mention that the pictures online and on Sunday Golf’s website don’t do this bag justice.  The Sunday Golf Big Rig cart bag has the looks of a regular cart bag, but up close it has some impressive details.  Although the outer shell is made up of the typical nylon material, it is watermarked with a subtle honeycomb design that gives the bag a premium look.  Every detail seems to be upgraded to some degree.  The top front pocket uses a luxury panel with an embossed Sunday Golf logo while the other storage pockets have heavy duty zippers that exude premium.

The 14 way dividers at the top are full length and sport an anti-catch putter slot at the front.  Even the chromed out accessories clip elevates the look of the Big Rig cart bag.  Overall, the matte black bag has a large footprint but is a step above your regular cart bag.

Features

The Sunday Golf Big Rig cart bag is loaded with features.  First is the top.  It has full length 14 way dividers with easy to grab carrying handles on either side.  While the debate for 14 way dividers is always a hot topic, Sunday Golf’s specialized holster prevents clubs from banging together especially on rough terrain.

The top front pocket designed for holding a rangefinder is fully magnetic for easy access.  It doubles as a cart strap sleeve for full security knowing your clubs aren’t going anywhere while on the course.

Each of the remaining 12 pockets on the Big Rig has a purpose.  A large lower front pocket is lined to keep drinks cold and can hold four cans comfortably.  Just to the right of the cooler is a pocket I was especially fond of.  It sports two interior stretch sleeves that can hold precious items like ball markers or divot tools.  In addition to a variety of large garment pockets and a velour lined valuables pocket, the rear strap makes it easy to transport to and from the parking lot.

Performance

If I were to compare this bag to only other 14 way bags, it would win out over the competition.  Not only are the dividers full length but the rigid top prevents clubs from getting scuffed up during the round.  It also makes getting clubs in and out of your bag effortless.  Occasionally I found some of my MCC Plus Four grips were caught on the way out but because of the rigid dividers, it was easy to redirect and get the clubs out without any additional frustration.

Although there are dozens of cart bags with ample storage, Sunday Golf really took the time to design a specified use for each compartment.   From large garment pockets to the cooler pocket and small valuables pouch, everything has a place which is great in keeping things organized on the course.

At seven pounds without clubs, this is one of the lightest cart bags I have tested which makes it ideal for all the push cart users.  If all of these features aren’t quite enough for you, you can buy confidently knowing that every bag is backed by their free lifetime warranty.  At $280, this bag has tremendous value.

Conclusion

There is a ton to love about the new and lightweight Sunday Golf Big Rig cart bag.  The high end touches, 14 way dividers, and ample amount of useful storage compartments make this one of my favorite cart bags for 2024.

Buy the Sunday Golf Big Rig Cart Bag HERE

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  1. John Sweat

    I am a big fan of the Big Rig bag!! Lots of storage and a really well done 14 way top. I hope that they incorporate a grab handle at the front of the bag on the next version.

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