RevCore Cart Bag Review: Is This The Nicest Bag In Golf?

If you’re someone who plays a lot of golf and uses a push/power cart, having a high-quality cart bag is probably the way to go. There are many different options to pick from, and one of the newer models is the RevCore bag by CaddyDaddy.

If you’re thinking, “I’ve never heard of RevCore” or it’s a brand you’ve just become familiar with, the reason is that this is their very first model. That said, they’ve been in the golf market for 25+ years.

There’s a good chance you’ve heard of the brand CaddyDaddy. They make gear for traveling with your clubs. You might have also heard of the brand Claw. They make a series of different golf gloves. You can see our review HERE.

Well, both of those brands are owned by the same company, and RevCore is their brand of golf bags. They’ve also released a stand version of this bag, which you can read more about HERE.

Note. This review was written after using the RevCore for 5-10 rounds of golf. We’re going to be spending a lot more time with it, and when we learn more about it, we’ll continue to update this review. You can learn more about how we test HERE.

In This Review

Unboxing | Product Details | Intro | Looks | Quality | Features | Performance | Bottom Line | Discount Code

Unboxing Video

RevCore Premium Cart Bag: Unboxing & Initial Review

RevCore Cart Bag Product Details

The Intro

I’ve been familiar with CaddyDaddy for a while now since I started using their Claw glove (review HERE) a couple of years ago. They’ve been in the glove and travel industry for 20 years, and the RevCore is their entry into the bag market.

Before we get into the details, it’s important to note that this is a cart bag. If you’re going to be carrying it around the course, it’s not going to be ideal. That said, they do have a stand bag coming out soon.

With this bag, you have two colors to pick from: black and navy. The black version has a gray accent while the navy accent is black. I went with the black version, but the navy is also very nice.

What we’re going to be looking for with a premium cart bag is quality, functionality, storage, and of course, looks. As time goes on, I’ll update this review with my findings. Let’s dive into the full details.

The Looks

When pulling the bag out of the box, I noticed two things right away.

The first was the velvet liner on the dividers. This is nice to have because it protects your clubs. What I liked was that it had a shine to it that had a high-quality feel. Some of the other bags use velvet which is more matte-looking and tends to look old after a while.

The second was, damn, that’s a sexy-looking bag. Synthetic leather looks so much better than generic fabric that cheaper bags use. If you’ve only ever owned a fabric bag, I think you’ll feel the same with a more premium option.

Plus, it’s easier to clean and will likely last longer.

The Quality

The way the bag looks is important in a way, but the main thing to look for with a premium cart bag is the quality. If I’m going to spend my money I want to make sure it’ll last for the next 5+ years.

We’ve already talked about the material. A leather material not only looks better, but it’s also more durable. You can easily wipe it down and you should never run into issues with rips and tears.

A problem you could run into with other materials is that they’ll often stain easily, and it can be tough getting that out. I’ve also put a hole in one of my bags by knocking it into the corner of a shelf.

The main thing I noticed about the quality was that almost everything was metal. A lot of bags use plastic loops and connectors or string on the zipper. Those reduce weight, but it’s not as high-end.

The zippers are metal. The zipper tags are metal. The strap connector is metal. Even the towel holder is metal.

Again, that’s just going to improve the durability and lifespan of the bag. I tried pulling on them to see how they held up and everything seemed to be solid.

The Features

13 full-length dividers: Your driver, woods, hybrids, irons, and wedges will all have their own home. You won’t have to fight to get your clubs in and out of your bag. This is probably my favorite feature of that bag.

Putter pocket: Your putter will have its own compartment for easy access. It’s big enough for a jumbo max putter grip. If you’ve never had a bag with one of these, you gotta try it.

2 cooler pockets (with drains): Whether you drink water, soda, or another beverage of choice, you’ll have plenty of room. I was able to fit 7 cans in each pocket and you’ll get 1 pocket on each side of the bag.

2 valuables pockets: This pocket is for your phone, wallet, and keys. Again, you’ll have one on each side of the bag so you always have easy access.

5 additional pockets: Two large compartments on each side of the bag can easily fit your jacket. There’s a pocket for a large amount of balls, so you should (hopefully) never run out. I store my GPS/rangefinder in one of the pockets. I keep my tees in the final pocket.

2 towel rings with glove holder: Each side of the bag will have a towel ring and glove holder. You might not think it’s a big deal, but having the option is really handy when you’re riding a cart.

Umbrella holder: I don’t carry an umbrella with me but maybe you do. If so, you are covered.

Two carry handles: There’s a handle on the base of the bag that helps you get the bag in and out of your vehicle. A simple idea, but definitely a well-thought-out feature. You also have a handle near the top.

Cart strap loop: To secure your bag in place, you can put the cart strap through this loop. It’ll stop the bag from twisting, especially if you’re using a push cart.

The Performance

When it comes to the performance, it’s mainly looking at how it performs on the course and if any downsides stand out. I’ve used this bag for 5 rounds and will continue to update the article after more experience.

Since it’s a cart bag, we don’t need to look at comfort. It does have a padded strap, so carrying it to the course or driving range isn’t anything to complain about.

I’ve had no complaints with the zippers, they’ve all opened and closed smoothly. I’ve loaded the cooler pocket and forced the zipper shut, with no issues.

The thing I like the most about this bag is the dividers. It’s so easy to take clubs out and put them back in. You don’t have to fight with them snagging on other clubs. If you’ve never tried a 14-way top, you are missing out.

The Bottom Line

After taking everything into account, you might still be wondering if this bag is right for you. It all comes down to what you’ll be using it for and if you need a premium bag.

If you occasionally walk the course and carry your bag, there are more comfortable options out there. You can see some of our favorite bags HERE.

Do you always take a cart, power, or push? Do you want to pay for a bag that’ll last the next 10 years? If you answered yes to both of those, I think the RevCore cart bag is perfect for you.

It’s one of our favorite bags on the market. You could easily compare it to more expensive bags from Taylormade, Callaway, and Ping.

Honestly, there isn’t much I could complain about. It has more than enough room for your stuff, it performs well on the course, and the quality is as good as most bags priced over $400.

Anytime I’m using a cart, this is the bag I’m using.

If you have any questions or want to share your experience with the RevCore bag, make sure to leave a comment below.

Out Of Bounds Golf Rating: ★★★★★

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Hey, I'm Jon. I started Out Of Bounds Golf to share my findings after testing golf gear for the past 10+ years. My goal is to make the game a little easier to understand, whether that's with finding the right product or answering common questions.

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