PGA Tour player Ben Martin shared this picture with us on Twitter showing off his ClubGlider Pro golf travel bag.
Ben said that the ClubGlider is… “By far the best way to haul 65 lbs of golf clubs around.” [Read more…]
When Sun Mountain introduced the Speed Cart golf push cart in 1999 it transformed the formerly stodgy pull cart market into the athletic, walking cart market. In the 15 years since, there has been a return to walking the course without the stigma that US golfers used to associate with the old two-wheeled pull carts. [Read more…]
The March 2014 issue of Men’s Journal magazine is the Spring Gear issue with “2014’s Best Toys, Tools & Gadgets”.
Sun Mountain is proud that its newly expanded collection of waterproof golf bags was included in the “Best Of” issue.
The article said:
“Most golf bags are monstrous, muscle-stiffening things. Whether carried over your shoulder or via its back straps, the 4-pound Sun Mountain H2NO Ultra Lite is comfortable and discreet – even when packed with clubs. But the waterproof bag doesn’t lose anything being trim: It’s sturdy and feature-packed, with a pullout stand, full-length clothing pocket, and a velour-lined pouch for valuables.” [Read more…]
Sun Mountain golf umbrellas protect from rain and shine thanks to a 60” span and 50+ UPF-rating.
The 60” span on the Sun Mountain golf umbrella is large enough to cover golfer and clubs. The umbrella offers double-canopy construction so strong winds are vented out of the top instead of turning the umbrella inside-out. The windproof spring also aids in keeping the umbrella open in strong-winds. [Read more…]
This is the second installment in a series on walking the golf course. In the first article we address things TO do when walking the golf course. In this article we’ll address what NOT to do.
One golf ball doesn’t feel like much weight. Put a dozen or so in a bag and let it dangle from your shoulder for 4+ hours and that weight starts to add up. Help yourself out, take the number of balls you think you might need in that round, and leave the rest of the balls in your car trunk or locker. [Read more…]
This is the first in a series on walking the golf course. In this article we’ll address what TO use to make walking the course and carrying your own clubs more enjoyable. In the next installment, we’ll talk about some things NOT to do.
Video: The Sun Mountain Three 5 is designed to be carried.
The snowy and cold weather gripping a big part of the country this year probably has a lot of you dreaming about traveling with your golf clubs to warmer climes.
When you start to pack your golf clubs may we suggest the Sun Mountain ClubGlider golf travel bag with one-of-a-kind extendable legs that carry all of the weight?
With the ClubGlider there is no more lugging a heavy travel bag in from the parking lot and through check-in. Be the envy of everyone as you glide right in and through the airport thanks to ClubGlider’s extendable legs with pivoting caster wheels. [Read more…]
Sure we can go on and on about the benefits of our ClubGlider golf travel bag. How easy the bag’s extendable legs with caster wheels make rolling in from the parking lot and navigating the check-in lines. How much your shoulders will appreciate not having to bend down to pick up your golf travel bag every time the line moves three feet. How effortlessly the ClubGlider manages curbs and even escalators.
But of course, we’re biased. ClubGlider is our baby. So, how about we share with you what some others think.
From a pure numbers perspective, Sun Mountain has impressive stats from 2013 including 17 of the top 50 men’s tour players in the world carrying our products. [Read more…]
The 2014 PGA Merchandise Show is here and gone. Suitcases are unpacked. Clothes washed and put away. Booth and product that was in the booth is rolling back into the warehouse. Now it’s time to offer up a bit of a re-cap.
Those who have been following Sun Mountain for the past 30 years can appreciate that Sun Mountain ALWAYS has something new to show-off. First it was the lightweight golf bag made of durable materials. Then it was the first golf bag with a built-in stand. The list goes on: elliptical topped bags, wind shirts, golf fleece, push carts, roller-top handles, golf travel bags with legs, golf bags with hip belts, and on and on and on and on. [Read more…]
Sun Mountain is honored that the new Two 5 (extremely) lightweight golf stand bag was chosen as an ‘Editors’ Pick from the PGA Show’ by Golf Digest magazine.
The article said:
Sun Mountain is always innovating, and this year, they’re debuting their lightest-ever golf bag. The Two 5, as its name suggests, weighs just 2.5 pounds. It’s made with lightweight nylon fabrics, a minimal (yet still effective) strap system, and filament-wound fiberglass legs that are lighter than aluminum. The bag has four zippered pockets, a beverage pouch and a four-way, 9.5-inch top. (Available on July 1, in four colors.) $184.