Step up your game with the Back9 Golf Bag Backpack today.
Get to golf.
The Back9 is a golf bag that you can wear like a backpack. By storing your clubs vertically on your back, we've made it easier than ever to bring your clubs to golf.
Flip and play.
Flip the club heads around for a range session. Clip the shoulder straps to the side to carry the Back9 on the course.
I'm a fan of its compact design, allowing me to neatly store all my clubs. The compartments offer ample space for all my golfing accessories. I even strapped it securely on my motorcycle with ease. The straps are well-designed, and the cleverly engineered Velcro keeps the stand in place during the ride. It's undoubtedly one of the most thoughtfully designed golf bags, especially for those who ride motorcycles like myself. I've been on the hunt for a golf backpack for quite a while, and I'm thrilled that it's finally available! Kudos to the innovative team behind this!
Feet perfectly my expectation
I received the bag last week and it's great.
I couldn't figure out how to wear it on the course. I've just found the explanations, it's perfect. Maybe you should put them in the bag.
Is there a way of hanging an umbrella?
Have used the bag a couple of times now, overall a great product!. It’s light, comfortable to carry and the clubs fit well! Although, I do have to mention its lack of pockets/space! You can carry all the essentials you need but will struggle to fit in anything more than essential. One other thing is that one of my stitchings were the straps attach start ripping on its first use….
We finally found an easy way to transport our coaching aides and clubs to practice! Tons of compartments on bag make it easy for use to use at our practice facility!!
I own lots of bags! But this bag is the Cadillac! Light as a feather, unbelievable storage space, and extremely convenient! I highly recommend this bag to anyone who rides a bike to the course or even drives. This bag has it all! Don’t have one? Your missing out!
What a nice discover to use this bag. So useful. Highly recommended
This my way for going to play golf! And I thank you for providing the perfect bike and public transport bag! I used it already several times now in and around Stockholm. With a full set it becomes a little heavy going over 8km; can you work on a carrier-snap-in system at the back side of the bike? BR Eric
i would just have appreciated to get some kind of documentation, with setup example
As a brand-new product, I was expecting a few flaws and problems. After a month of daily use, I haven't found any. I really love my Back9 backpack, and I love how it helps me increase my fitness goals, which is one of the main reasons I'm golfing every day!
Here's the review I posed in the MyGolfSpy forums:
I got mine in May, and so far it's my favorite bag I've owned (which admittedly is only a few).
It's not ultralight, but it's not heavy, and the construction seems very sturdy. I'm not at all worried about it getting flimsy like my 3 lb. bag.
The bag fits very comfortably on my back. I use it a few times per week to ride my ebike to the 3 courses and ranges that are about 5 miles from my house. I can even strap my pull cart to the rear rack of my bike so I can walk the course and not have to carry all 18 holes (working up to that). The unusual squarish-shape still fits very nicely on my push cart and also securely on every golf cart I've strapped it to. The multi-point connections on the bag allow me to configure the shoulder straps different ways, like when I need a single shoulder strap so I can carry my wife's bag on my other shoulder.
The number and size of pockets is just right, allowing me to store everything I need, plus a bit extra. It has all the features I want, like loops to hook brushes, towels, and other accessories, and elastic tee holders too.
I'm really impressed with the construction and stitching. Nothing seems weak or like it might stretch apart, and yeah, it's only been a few weeks, but all the zippers still seem solid.
The stand works well, but if you don't secure the straps, the legs occasionally get stuck on them, which just means I need to lean down and move them out of the way.
Definitely use the wide waist strap like you would on any good backpack, so the weight sits on your hips, not your shoulders. The back pad works very well at both keeping me comfortable and dry. It breathes well, and my back doesn't end up too sweaty.
When I load my clubs the way they recommend, it doesn't feel top-heavy at all, and I can even duck under low trees.
The only "problem" I've found so far is that I don't use the chest-strap at all. I haven't figured out a way to wear it where the chest strap doesn't make it less comfortable. The bag fits much better when I let the shoulder straps sit wide on my shoulders.
I haven't used it on my motorcycle yet, but I've been up to 38 mph on my ebike and it was completely stable and comfortable. Just a tad more wind resistance.
I really love this bag. It's my #1 favorite golf equipment I own because it allows me to increase my exercise, fitness, and eco-friendly climate sustainability. I feel so good finishing my 18 holes with a bike ride home.
The only thing I don't like about this bag is that every time I talk about it I sound like an effing advertisement.
incredibly well designed and durable: making my life a whole lot easier!
Just what I needed for my bike commute to the range.
Thank you, great customer service and fast shipping.
I only put in 3 irons plus all my golf stuff for a test run today. Rode it past 60 MPH and it worked beautifully. Wind was not a factor at all. My only concern is the bottom of the bag will scratch my seat so I need to look for a pouch for the bottom of the backpack or strap something on top of the seat to prevent undue abrasion. Thanks guys. One happy customer here in Manila.
The best golf bag I’ve ever owned.
I purchased this bag with the intention of using it while riding my motorcycle, and it has been great. When the weather is nice, I want to ride, but also want to go golfing... now I can combine the two. And now I don't have to ask my friends to come pick up my clubs while I ride off on the bike.
I pull the shoulder straps as tight as they go to get the bag high up, then the bottom of the bag sits right on the seat as if it were a passenger. With the bag resting on the seat, I don't really feel any weight of the bag when riding. I stay off the highway because the bag does catch some wind. Sticking to side streets (ha!) has worked out well and the bag is comfortable up to 50mph, then I can feel it pulling a little bit from the wind resistance, but it still feels very secure.
The pocket for the shoes is a perfect fit, and plenty of other pockets for golf balls, tees, etc.
I had been looking for some type of club rack for motorcycles and came across your product, and I made the right choice with your Back9 bag.