Redefining Lightweight Golf Bags….Again

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Sun Mountain’s newest lightweight golf stand bag is the Front 9. Harkening back some 30 years to the name of one of Sun Mountain’s first bags, Front 9 is a compact, lightweight stand bag for the walking golfer. Efficiently-sized, yet big enough to carry a full set of clubs, a handful of balls and a rain suit, Front 9 has a new 8.5” oval top with a flared opening. Front 9 has three, full-length club dividers, six pockets, and uses the X-Strap® Dual Strap System. Front 9 is available now in men’s and women’s styles with a retail price of $169.99. [Read more…]

Best Products from the PGA Show

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.

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Top-Selling Golf Stand Bag Gets New Strap

Sun Mountain continues to perfect and expand its top-selling line of Three 5 lightweight golf carry bags. Completely redesigned for 2014, the Three 5 uses the new, patent-pending Auto-FitTM Dual Strap System which is easy to get on and off, easy to adjust and works well as a single strap for short carries. Weighing less than four pounds, the Three 5 is designed to be carried. Three 5 is in golf shops now with a retail price of $189.
 

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Sun Mountain’s Zero-G Adds a Hip Belt

Three 5 Zero-G is a golf bag with a hip belt – combining Sun Mountain’s best-selling stand bag with zero-gravity technology.

 

The Three 5 Zero-G golf bag feels nearly weightless thanks to the unique hip belt that transfers the majority of the weight from the shoulders to the hips resulting in a more upright posture and reduced upper body fatigue. [Read more…]