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I've been using the original Camp Time Roll-a-Stool.

I know of the smaller Pack-a-Stool which would be easier to carry.

Any input?

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Yes.  It cost around $12 for the PVC parts and hinges.  I had the plywood and faux leather upholstery for the seat already.  It is strong enough to jump on without any signs of breaking, so it doubles as a booster as well.  The top part of the assembly can be pulled off so that you can zip the rain flap shut if you want to as well.  The seat acts as a nice rain cover, so I am not sure why you would ever want to do this, though.  It weighs slightly more than the original disc rack that came with the bag, but not enough to be noticed.  It carries 1 less disc on the inside (I just moved it to the outside putter pocket), which isn't a bad trade-off for having to never carry or lose a stool ever again!  I stole the design from another local golfer and just adapted it for my bag.  I am pretty sure just about any non-backpack bag could be converted like mine.  It really is a pretty simple project.  If you would like more detailed photos, send me a PM and I will get some to you.

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