A TROLLEY BAG THAT SPELLS CLASS
PING has announced the launch of an innovative new Trolley Bag which should greatly appeal to both male and female golfers.
Leading golf equipment manufacturer PING has announced the launch of an innovative new Trolley Bag which should have great appeal to both male and female golfers.
This especially if they prefer using electric or pull trolleys rather than carrying their clubs for the Outlander has been developed exclusively for use with trolleys.
Its sleek design will attract the attention of golfers wanting the latest in golf bag technology and its colour options should satisfy both sexes.
Another key feature of this durable nylon bag is it’s lightness.
It weighs less than 7.5 pounds and includes six pockets positioned for convenient access when the bag placed on a cart or trolley.
Further adding to this visually striking bag is an array of other features that including:
– a 10-way divider top
– 4 full-length dividers, rain guards that protect clothing pockets from both wind and rain
– A large insulated cooler pocket
– bottom feet for added stability
– an umbrella sleeve
– a cart belt loop and rain hood.
Now with 50 years experience in the golf equipment industry, PING’s approach to designing golf bags is a mirror image of the way it engineers it’s highly rated golf clubs; It focuses on quality, performance and design, while delivering the constant innovation that golfers demand.
The Outlander is no exception to this rule, encompassing function, style, performance and convenience as with every bag that carries the PING name.
The Outlander is available in the UK in Black/White, Navy/White, Royal/Black, White/Black/Orange and Lavender/Mulberry colour options and has a recommended retail price of £99
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