LOMA BAG | Olive
LOMA BAG | Olive
LOMA BAG | Olive
LOMA BAG | Olive
LOMA BAG | Olive

LOMA BAG | Olive

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Color: LOMA BAG | Olive

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Product Details
The LOMA Bag: A lightweight golf bag that holds up to 7 clubs and weighs less than 2 pounds! Your new go-to bag for any Par 3 course. With a built-in stand and an insulated pouch for drinks, this bag makes walking the course and practicing at the driving range a breeze. It's perfect for your local short course, practice sessions, or those cart-path-only days. Quickly store this stealthy golf bag in your car and be ready anytime golf calls!

Features

  • ¬†Full length bag strap for quick transportation
  • ¬†Frosty, insulated pocket to keep your drinks cold
  • ¬†Velour-lined pocket for you to store your¬†valuables
  • ¬†Dualflex stand system that allows you to set the bag down anywhere

    Carry Less. Enjoy More.

    Upto
    8 clubs

    Weight
    1.85 lbs

    Duraflex
    Stand Legs

    Customer Reviews

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    Marie Davis

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    Preston Dholsgraf
    It works for me, especially for the price, but isn't perfect.

    I just got back into golf this summer and decided to keep it fun and casual, carrying only a half set of clubs in a sunday bag. Of the options on the market, for the price, Sunday's Loma bag is the best I've found. But, there are a couple areas that could use design improvement that I noticed from the first time I took it golfing. First, the tee holder elastic is way too loose, so your tees end up falling out or almost falling out constantly. Not a deal-breaker, but kind of annoying when you keep losing tees between holes. Next, the phone pocket is BARELY large enough for my Google Pixel 5 (NOT an XL phone), and I wish it were large enough to fit my phone, keys, AND wallet like my last golf bag. So, instead I toss them in the large pocket on the side, which isn't protected or padded, and makes me worried I might lose keys or wallet if I add or remove, say, a rain jacket from that pocket. Next, I wish it had a pocket large enough for a full size water bottle. The best solution I've found is a disposable water bottle tucked into the mesh pocket. I've been using the "frosty pocket" for balls and the ball pocket for tees and pencils and ball markers and divot repairers. So, the pocket sizes/configuration work but aren't ideal/have taken some adjustment. Lastly, it annoys me how the shoulder strap gets caught under the legs if I hoist the bag up by the grab handle--I've had to train myself to just grab it by the strap first, instead of grabbing the plastic handle and then trying to sling it, which usually requires me to set the bag back down, extend the legs, and then grab the strap before picking it up again. I guess I also wish Sunday Golf would make an appropriately-sized mini clip-on golf towel. I don't like the pass-through style, and normal golf towels either practically or do drag on the ground when clipped to the tiny Sunday bag. So, overall, it works for me, I like the looks and materials and overall design, but it's not perfect. It's also a little bit of a tight fit with tacky midsized grips and more than about 5 or 6 clubs. I definitely couldn't handle an oversized putter grip (like a Super Stroker) with this bag. I think I'll continue using it for now but eventually try to save up for a little bit better and roomier but still lightweight walking stand bag, like a Ping Hoofer. I'm glad that Sunday Golf exists and enjoy the culture of fun, casual golf it promotes!

    Golfers playing with a Loma Bag on the foreground Golfers playing with a Loma Bag on the foreground

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
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    Marie Davis

    LOMA BAG | Olive

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    Preston Dholsgraf
    It works for me, especially for the price, but isn't perfect.

    I just got back into golf this summer and decided to keep it fun and casual, carrying only a half set of clubs in a sunday bag. Of the options on the market, for the price, Sunday's Loma bag is the best I've found. But, there are a couple areas that could use design improvement that I noticed from the first time I took it golfing. First, the tee holder elastic is way too loose, so your tees end up falling out or almost falling out constantly. Not a deal-breaker, but kind of annoying when you keep losing tees between holes. Next, the phone pocket is BARELY large enough for my Google Pixel 5 (NOT an XL phone), and I wish it were large enough to fit my phone, keys, AND wallet like my last golf bag. So, instead I toss them in the large pocket on the side, which isn't protected or padded, and makes me worried I might lose keys or wallet if I add or remove, say, a rain jacket from that pocket. Next, I wish it had a pocket large enough for a full size water bottle. The best solution I've found is a disposable water bottle tucked into the mesh pocket. I've been using the "frosty pocket" for balls and the ball pocket for tees and pencils and ball markers and divot repairers. So, the pocket sizes/configuration work but aren't ideal/have taken some adjustment. Lastly, it annoys me how the shoulder strap gets caught under the legs if I hoist the bag up by the grab handle--I've had to train myself to just grab it by the strap first, instead of grabbing the plastic handle and then trying to sling it, which usually requires me to set the bag back down, extend the legs, and then grab the strap before picking it up again. I guess I also wish Sunday Golf would make an appropriately-sized mini clip-on golf towel. I don't like the pass-through style, and normal golf towels either practically or do drag on the ground when clipped to the tiny Sunday bag. So, overall, it works for me, I like the looks and materials and overall design, but it's not perfect. It's also a little bit of a tight fit with tacky midsized grips and more than about 5 or 6 clubs. I definitely couldn't handle an oversized putter grip (like a Super Stroker) with this bag. I think I'll continue using it for now but eventually try to save up for a little bit better and roomier but still lightweight walking stand bag, like a Ping Hoofer. I'm glad that Sunday Golf exists and enjoy the culture of fun, casual golf it promotes!