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Womens Ogio golf bag with spring loaded ball pocket doesn't work. Ball pocket "gaps open" and when trying to increase tension on the closure spring element, found out the element is carbon fibre and and not able to bend to increase closure force. Had to sew in velcro at the pocket lip in order to get reasonable closure of the ball pocket. Design stinks. Ogio warranty useless. They wanted bag back (my expense) and then said they'd send a new bag if under warranty, only if the same color if they had one in stock. We bought the Ogio bag because of the particular color combination. Latest "gift" from Ogio is the black lifting ******** the back of the bag disintegrating. Every time we lift the bag via this back strap we get black color on our hands. Short of thowing this 9 mo old bag away, any thoughts as to how to fix the ball pocket situation and to somehow coat or seal the back lifting strap to lock in the color against coming off on our hands.

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Throwing the bag away seems to be the practical solution.

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