How to Make a Golf Bag Organizer

By Robert Preston
Golf bag organizers help separate woods, irons and wedges.
Golf bag organizers help separate woods, irons and wedges.

Many modern golf bags come with their own partitions, but if you are using an older bag, you may feel the need to add a little organization to keep your clubs separated. A simple option is a hanging wooden organizer to separate your woods, low irons, high irons and wedges.

Cut the plywood to shape so that it can fit snugly into the top of your golf bag.

Drill four holes in the wood about a half-inch in from the perimeter. Although the exact shape will vary based on the shape of your bag, the holes should be in four opposing corners. For a circular bag, they will form a square; however, for a non-circular bag, they may form a trapezoid.

Draw the partitions for your bag on the plywood, leaving half-inch borders. The partition for the driver and fairway woods should take up the top third of the plywood and the full width. The wedge partition should be the bottom third of the plywood and the full width. The iron partition should be the middle third of the plywood but separated into two equal-width partitions.

Cut the partitions with the jigsaw.

Push the ribbons through the drill holes.

Tie the ribbons onto the bottom of the plastic hooks.

Hang the four hooks over the lip of the bag and hang the partition inside.

Photo Credits

  • Brand X Pictures/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images
Home