Check out the best limited edition Tour bags from the US PGA

Another major means another set of limited edition Tour bags. Here are three belters...

Best PGA Championship Golf Bags
Best PGA Championship Golf Bags

As the US PGA rolls into Louisville, Kentucky, and more specifically, Valhalla Golf Club, so do a wide range of fantastic limited-edition Tour bags. 

Most of the major golf brands produce special edition bags for their players at each major championship, and the US PGA is no different. 

Typically inspired by the venue's heritage and iconography, each brand's designer works tirelessly to ensure that their bag looks the best when striding down the fairway. 

Drawing upon Kentucky's rich history of Bourbon and the iconic Kentucky Derby, the majority of brands have gone down the equine route with their designs. 

The stable is strong this year, but we've narrowed it down to our three favourites.

Let's get into it...



Callaway has opted to pay homage to the Kentucky Derby, with its bag featuring the traditional jacquard pattern typically worn by jockeys. 

The bag also features a horseshoe on the ball pouch and four roses on the handle, a nod to the rose bed given to the winning horse.

If you like the look of Callaway's bag, you can enter a competition on GolfMagic's Instagram page for the chance to win one. 


Here's another cracker from TaylorMade...



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Also opting to stick with an equine theme, TaylorMade has produced a stunning blue and silver bag with a jacquard pattern.

The bag also features an array of small details, including the fastest-ever winning time at the Kentucky Derby printed on the handle and a rose on the valuables pouch. 

Paying homage to Kentucky's fine Bourbon, the bag also has a logo on the bottom set in a whiskey barrel design and beading near the base of the bag, which traditionally can also be found on the bottom of glasses containing a mint Julep, a traditional Bourbon based cocktail popular in Kentucky. 

The matching headcovers that go with the bag also feature mint and racing designs, again delivering on Kentucky's two most recognised icons. 



To set itself apart from the competition, Cobra has opted against the jacquard pattern and instead gone for a clean blue, white, brown, and orange design. 

Despite that, the same themes are still present, and despite not being on the bag, the brand has still sneaked the jacquard design onto the accompanying putter cover. 

The base is covered in roses, and the wood headcovers feature numbering in the same font and design as those typically worn by horses at the Kentucky Derby. 

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