I finally decided it was time to get myself a brand new golf bag (mine was probably from the ’90s) and one of the bags I was considering was the Taylormade Supreme. This post is going to be my review of the bag and I’ll be sharing my honest thoughts after testing it out.
Long story short, this is the bag I ended up going with after testing out a bunch. Pretty much all I was looking for was something that had room for all my stuff, was lightweight, and was going to last for a while. The Supreme got a check for all 3. Even though it’s a bit more expensive than some other bags out there, I was really impressed and that’s why I bought it. Just so you know, the Supreme is a cart bag so don’t purchase it if you’re looking for something to carry around.
If that’s all you’re looking for then great. But if you want a more detailed review on the bag, be sure to watch the video or check out the blog post below!
Taylormade Supreme Cart Bag Review
Taylormade Supreme First Impressions
When it comes to a golf bag, all you’re really looking for is something that’s got the room for all your stuff, is lightweight and durable, and is easy to carry around (if you’re wanting a stand bag). The Supreme is a cart bag so I didn’t need to worry about it being comfortable to carry around, but the first 2 passed with flying colors.
It was a super good looking bag (in my opinion) and it had room for all my clubs, snacks, drinks, gear, and clothes. I haven’t had it for very long but it definitely seems durable and well built, so it should last quite a while.
Other than that, there’s really nothing else to look for when it comes to a bag, so overall, first impressions were good.
How Did It Perform?
The performance was good. It came with 10 compartments for all your stuff, which was plenty (for me). It had 15 slots for your clubs, but unfortunately, they’re not full length which kind of sucks but it’s not a deal-breaker.
I use the Clicgear 3.5 pushcart to carry this bag around and they pair great together. It’s a solid combo and I’m super happy with them so far…
Overall, performance passes the test. Here’s a demo video:
Who’s It Best For?
If you’re looking for a bag to carry around the course (on your shoulder) this probably isn’t the option for you. You can definitely do it, but I’d recommend going with a stand bag if that’s the case.
If you’re like me and use a push or power cart, this could be a great fit. It’s the one I ended up going with and have nothing bad to say about it. It’s not the cheapest bag out there but it should last quite and while and is worth it in my opinion.
- It’s a super light and durable golf bag.
- It’s got a divider (not full length) for each club.
- It’s got plenty of room for all your stuff.
- The club slots aren’t full length.
- It’s not the cheapest bag out there.
- It’s not the best if you want to carry it (it’s a cart bag).
- Performance score: 9
- Price score: 8
- Durability score: 9
- Personal score: 9
My Final Thoughts
If you’re in the market for a new golf bag and you normally use a cart to get around the course, this could be a great fit for you. I use the Clicgear 3.5+ pushcart most of the time and this bag fits great on it.
It’s got plenty of room for all my clubs and gear, and it seems to we well built (so far). There’s really nothing else you can ask for when it comes to a bag. Highly recommended.
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