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First, this bag would better be described as gold rather than yellow. It has pockets in pockets in pouches. Enough storage for most anything. Attached to one zipper is a plastic half-sphere ball marking template to draw lines and other stuff on your balls if you're into that sort of thing. It has a little pen holder pouch for your Sharpie too. It has a score card holder but interestingly no pencil holders. The feet snap in and out sharply and it appears to be very steady (unlike my last one which would fall over when someone sneezed). The single X carry strap is comfortable for a 2-shoulder carry but not as well designed for a 1-shoulder carry as dual carry strap designs. The sections are not all individually lined as the description implies but that's better than no liners. Manufacturers who make bags with no liners should include a hammer to get the clubs in the bag.
I felt that the book was good. Some of the concepts could have been explained in better detail. I notice that on a lot of the chapters the authors repeated some of the material more than once. Some chapters need more practice problems like in chapter 5. This book explains the basic and fundamental concepts good but does not explained the difficult concepts good. Overall, this book was good.
I usually don’t use wallet cases unless they bring something big to the table, mainly because I find the flap annoying when I’m taking pictures or playing games. However, I decided to give them another try with this Spigen Wallet S for the Galaxy S7 edge.