Titleist Players 14 Stand Bag Review – An HONEST Opinion

Today, we’re going to be reviewing the Titleist Players 14 and I’ll be sharing my honest thoughts after testing out the golf bag. I’ve been looking for a new bag over the past few weeks and this was one of the ones I was looking at, so that being said, how did it perform for me?

Long story short, I really liked the Players 14 and there wasn’t much bad to say about it. The only thing was that it’s fairly expensive compared to other bags out there and not all the club dividers were full length. Other than that, it was super light and comfortable to carry around the course. I normally use a pushcart and it worked perfectly good for that as well. It comes with an insulated drink compartment which is awesome, and it had plenty of room for all my gear.

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Titleist Players 14 Stand Bag Review

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Titleist Players 14 First Impressions

The first thing I noticed with this bag is how light it was (6.5 pounds) compared to my old bag. The bag I had before was pretty old and it was super heavy, so I had to use a pushcart to carry it around. I could easily carry this one around (but I probably still won’t).

That’s kind of funny because my newest bag is even lighter (the Sunday Golf El Camino). It’s so much nicer when you’ve had a long day of hacking and whacking the ball around.

I figured that since it was so light it probably wasn’t very well built, but honestly, after testing it out a bit, I have nothing negative to say about the durability.

It has a dual strap which makes it a lot easy to lug around so that’s a plus in my books.

There was plenty of storage for all my stuff and it even came with a drink pocket to keep everything cold.

So far so good…

How Did The Bag Perform?

I mentioned before how light the bag was so it wasn’t a problem carrying the thing around the course (I still use my pushcart though).

In terms of storage, it had a bunch of room (11 pockets) for me and I was able to fit everything I normally bring.

The stand and zippers seemed to be sturdy and well built which was awesome. A lot of bags seem like they’ll fall apart after 1 season, but this bag was pretty good.

The one downside would be the 14 club dividers weren’t all full length. 4 of them were but the rest were top only (not a huge deal but it’s something to know).

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Who’s It Best For/Not For?

I’d say this bag is perfect for any Titleist fan who’s in the market for a new bag that’s light and well built. It’s not the cheapest bag on the market, so if you’re on a bit of a budget or don’t golf much, I’d probably go with a different model.


  • It’s super light but still well built.
  • It has plenty of room for all your gear.
  • It comes with an insulated drink compartment.
  • It was comfortable to carry around the course.


  • Not all the club dividers were full length.
  • It was pretty expensive.

The Breakdown

  • Performance score: 8
  • Price score: 6
  • Durability score: 9
  • Personal score: 8

My Final Thoughts

If you’re in the market for a comfortable and well-made golf bag and aren’t worried about the price, I’d definitely recommend this bag. It was one of the better bags I tested at the time and that’s why I’d give it a thumbs up and recommend it.

That being said, there are a lot of newer models on the market that might be even better. You can see our full list of best golf bags here to see what model is perfect for you.

Jon Webber

Just an average golfer trying to take my game to the next level. Was shooting around 100 not that long ago but have now been in the 80s consistently. Best round to date was 12 over. Best 9 holes were 4 over.

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