Every golfer has a way to store his clubs. But being able to quickly organize the clubs during the game is the key to keeping up with the game. Some bags can store each club separately, while others store clubs in groups.
1. Take out all the clubs in the bag and arrange them in a row in ascending or descending order.
2. If you are rearranging the existing bag, clean up all the extras in the bag.
3. Put the wooden pole on the top of the bag (the place closest to the strap). If the bag has a separate space, the most reasonable way is to arrange the clubs from left to right in descending order from the driver. If there is only one pocket at the top of the bag, put all the wood poles into this pocket. Usually the standard size ball picker is placed in the wooden pole.
4. Put 3 to 4 long irons into the empty space or pocket on the lower left side of the bag.
5. Put 3 to 4 short irons into the empty space or pocket on the lower right side of the bag.
6. Put the wedge and putter in the empty seat or pocket at the bottom of the bag. Many players put the putter in the bottom of the open space or the bottom of the pocket to make it easier to handle. Sometimes something may hook on the bag. So in the process of playing, the putter may hang on the outside of the bottom of the bag.
7. Arrange the cue and put other equipment in your pocket. The most accessible pocket is underneath where the wedges and irons are stored. Golf balls should also be placed in this pocket.