Hole in One! A Creative Garden Tool Organizer

Repurpose your old golf club bag into a multi-functional tool box capable of housing tools and gardening equipment.

| October/November 2015

  • Golf Club Organizer
    Get creative while planning how to organize your yard and garden tools!
    Photo by Charles Cope

  • Golf Club Organizer

I needed a place to store my garden tools, including various rakes, shovels, hoes and more. My tools used to just lean against the corner of my shed, and I sometimes lost my hand tools. I needed something to hold all of my gear and keep it organized.

I found an old golf club bag at a garage sale for a dollar. The main opening in the top works great for organizing all of my large, long-handled tools, and my smaller hand tools fit well in the golf bag’s large front pocket.

Charles Cope
Saratoga Springs, New York






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