Abstract: A golf bag comprised of a frame and a fabric body carried by the frame in a taut disposition thereon. The frame includes an upper annular support member, a lower support member forming the bottom of the golf bag and a plurality of flexible and resilient stays extending between the upper and lower support members in a flexed disposition so as to continuously urge the upper and lower support members axially apart and maintain the fabric body in tension therebetween. The flexible and resilient stays also provide the golf bag with a flexible side support which is comfortable against the body of a person carrying the bag and allows the bag to undergo abuse without the fabric body of the bag losing its shape.
Abstract: A golf bag for carrying golf clubs and related accessories. The bag has a carrying strap which can be folded and stored in a compartment in the bag when not in use. The bag also has a carrying pouch which can be detached from the bag and worn about the waist of a user. The bag also has a zippered pocket which, when opened, renders the contents immediately accessible to the user.