Motocaddy launches new cart bags
Motocaddy, has announced the launch of a stylish and innovative new S-Series Cart Bag for both the male and female golfer.
Leading electric golf trolley manufacturer, Motocaddy, has announced the launch of its stylish and innovative new S-Series Cart Bag for both the male and female golfer ahead of the new golfing season in the Northern Hemisphere.
With the experience gained in designing the award winning S1 and S3 trolleys, Motocaddy’s approach to designing golf bags is a mirror image of the way it engineers trolleys, focusing on quality, performance and design, while delivering constant innovation that golfers demand.
The distinctive S-Series Trolley Bag is no exception to this rule, encompassing function, style and performance as with every bag that carries the Motocaddy name.
The S-Series Trolley bag is available in red, blue and green to complement the Motocaddy S-Series range of trolleys and features a unique anti-twist base design that keeps the bag firmly locked in place when on a trolley.
The S-Series bag also incorporates 14 full-length graphite friendly dividers, external and separate umbrella and putter wells, a spacious food and beverage pocket and an easy access magnetic ball flap. In wet weather the golfer can use the specially designed rain-hood and the bag also has a spacious dry pocket.
The new Motocaddy S-Series Bag retails at £79.99 and will be available from Mid-December 2008 either direct from Motocaddy on www.motocaddy.com, or from leading pro shops and golf retailers across the UK and Europe.
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