Title:
BAG FOR HOLDING GOLF OUTFIT
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A bag for holding golf outfits includes a main holding body, an upper covering part, a lateral pocket, a lateral holding part and a connecting part. The upper covering part is connected to a rear portion of the main body for covering an upper opening of same, and is detachably attached to a front portion of the main body from the front part. The main body is provided for holding golf balls. The lateral pocket is sewn on the main body for holding divot restoring tools. The lateral holding part has several rooms for tees thin portions of tees to pass through to be held in position. Magnetic ball position markers are detachably attached to divot restoring tools which are made of iron, and to an iron element on the upper covering part. The connecting part can pass through a space between a waist and a belt of a golf player for securing the bag to the belt.



Inventors:
Chen, Jui-sen (Taichung Hsien, TW)
Application Number:
09/899117
Publication Date:
01/09/2003
Filing Date:
07/06/2001
Assignee:
CHEN JUI-SEN
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
224/918, 224/919, 206/315.5
International Classes:
A63B47/00; A63B57/00; (IPC1-7): B65D85/00
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Primary Examiner:
FIDEI, DAVID
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
ROSENBERG, KLEIN & LEE (ELLICOTT CITY, MD, US)
Claims:

What is claimed is:



1. A bag for holding golf outfits, comprising a main holding body provided for holding a plurality of golf balls therein; said main body having an upper opening; an upper covering part connected to an upper edge of a rear portion of said main body; a front part of said upper covering part being detachably attached to a front portion of said main body by means of securing members in order to cover said upper opening of said main body, a lateral pocket sewn on one side of said main body; said pocket having an upper opening for permitting a plurality of iron divot restoring tools to be passed into said pocket with upper portions of said divot restoring tools showing; a lateral holding part sewn on other side of said main body; said lateral part having a plurality of rooms for holding tees in position; said upper portions of said iron divot restoring tools permitting a magnetic ball position marker to be detachably attached to; said bag being carried on a belt around a waist of a golf player.

2. A bag for holding golf outfits as claimed in claim 1 being made of leather.

3. A bag for holding golf outfits as claimed in claim 1 being made of a soft material.

4. A bag for holding golf outfits as claimed in claim 1 being made of cloth.

5. The bag for holding golf outfits as claimed in claim 1, wherein a connecting part is connected to said rear portion of said main body from one end; said connecting part having a Velcro, and being passed through a space between said waist and said belt of said golf player to be detachably attached to a Velcro on said main body rear portion for securing said bag on said belt.

6. The bag for holding golf outfits as claimed in claim 1, wherein a connecting part is connected to said rear portion of said main body from one end; said connecting part having a magnetic member attached thereto, and passed through a space between said waist and said belt of said golf player to be detachably attached to a iron member on said main body rear portion for securing said bag on said belt.

7. The bag for holding golf outfits as claimed in claim 1, wherein said front part of said upper covering part has a iron element attached thereto for permitting a magnetic ball position marker to be detachably attached to.

Description:

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[0001] The present invention relates to a bag for holding golf outfits, and particularly to one which permits the golf player using it to easily take the outfits held in it while playing golf.

[0002] Many people play golf now because the expense of playing golf is not as high as before, and because people are more willing to spend money in activities that can help keep them healthy and energetic.

[0003] Besides golf bags and golf clubs, golf players need to carry some small golf outfits such as ball position markers, tees, divot restoring tools and golf balls. If they are carried in the golf player's pockets, the players have to remember which pocket a particular outfit is held in, in order to take it out rapidly to not search for it while playing golf.

[0004] To facilitate the picking up of the golf outfits, a conventional golf outfit bag is provided, as disclosed in Taiwan Patent no. 429155 public on Apr. 11, 2001, which can hold one tee, and several position markers for permitting a golf player to pick up same easily. However, because the conventional bag can only hold one tee, the golf player doesn't have a replacement when the tee is damaged in the middle of a game. Furthermore, because the bag can only hold the tee and the position marker, the function is very limited.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

[0005] Therefore, it is a main object of the present invention to provide a golf outfit bag, which can hold a substantially full range of golf outfits for the golf players to use, and which permits the players to easily pick up a particular outfit when they need it in playing golf.

[0006] The bag for holding golf outfits in the present invention includes a main holding body, an upper covering part a lateral pocket and a lateral holding part.

[0007] The main body is provided for holding golf balls. The upper covering part is connected to a rear portion of the main body for covering an upper opening of the main body, and is detachable attached to a front portion of the main body from the front part. The front part of the upper covering part further has an iron element attached thereto for a magnetic position marker to be attached to.

[0008] The lateral pocket is sewn on one side of said main body, and has an upper opening for divot restoring tools to be passed into the pocket.

[0009] The lateral holding part is sewn on other side of the main body, and has several rooms for long thin portions of tees to pass through to be held in position.

[0010] A magnetic position marker is attached to an upper part of an iron divot restoring tool that shows above the pocket upper opening.

[0011] The bag can be carried on the belt of an user by passing a connecting part connected to the rear portion of the main body through space between the belt and the user's waist; the connecting part can be attached to the main body rear portion by Velcro.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

[0012] This invention will be better understood by referring to the accompanying drawings, wherein:

[0013] FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the bag for holding golf outfits of the present invention.

[0014] FIG. 2 is a front view of the bag for holding golf outfits of the present invention.

[0015] FIG. 3 is a side view of the bag for holding golf outfits of the present invention.

[0016] FIG. 4 is a perspective view of the bag of the present invention, holding the golf outfits in position.

[0017] FIG. 5 is a view illustrating the way of securing the bag of the present invention to an user.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

[0018] Referring to FIGS. 1 and 2, a bag holding golf outfits in the present invention includes a main holding body 1, an upper covering part 11, a lateral pocket 15 and a lateral holding part 14. The above parts 1, 11, 14 and 15 can be made of cloth, leather or other soft materials, and has an upper opening (not numbered).

[0019] The upper covering part 11 is connected to the upper edge of a rear portion of the main body 1, and has a Velcro 12 attached to it. The lateral pocket 15 is sewn on the left side of the main body 1 with an upper opening being provided for inserting divot restoring tools 5 therethrough.

[0020] The main holding body 1 has a Velcro 13 attached to the front part. The lateral holding part 14 is formed by means of sewing a long narrow cloth on the right side of the main body for holding tees 4, as shown in FIG. 3; the holding part 14 has two rooms each having a circumference smaller than the circumference of the top of the tees 14 so that the tees 14 won't fall down through the rooms.

[0021] Referring to FIG. 3, a connecting part 16 is connected to the upper part of the rear portion of the main body 1, and has a Velcro 17, which can be connected to a Velcro 18 on the rear portion of the main body 1, so the user can carry the outfit bag on the waist by means of passing the connecting part 16 through the space between the waist and the belt of the user, and connecting the Velcro 17 to the Velcro 18, as shown in FIG. 5.

[0022] Referring to FIG. 4, an iron element 111 is attached to the front end portion of the upper covering part 11 for permitting a magnetic position marker 3 to be detachably connected thereto. Another magnetic position marker 3 can be detachably connected to an upper portion 51 of an iron divot restoring tool 5, which is held in the lateral pocket 15, that the golf player can easily take the position marker 3 when needing one.

[0023] Two golf balls 2 are disposed in the main holding part 1, and the upper covering part 11 is connected to the holding part 1 by means of the Velcros 12 and 13 to prevent the golf balls from falling out.

[0024] From the above description, we can understand that the golf outfit bag of the present invention can hold a fill range of golf outfits, and facilitate the taking of the outfits for the golf player carrying it. Furthermore, there are two position markers, two tees and two balls held by the bag so the golf player have a replacement when one of them is damaged or lost.

[0025] According to a second embodiment of the present invention, the connecting part 16 and the rear portion of the main body 1 can be provided with a magnetic member and an iron member respectively instead of the Velcros 17 and 18 for connecting the connecting part 16 to the main body 1.