Wednesday, May 2, 2007
Accessories Buyer's Guide 2007
Think the only things that make you a better golfer are clubs and balls? Well, think again. There?s a lot more to the game and it can all fit right in your bag.
Featuring Izzo’s patented Active Sport Suspension that reduces impact while walking, the AS2 stand bag is Izzo’s lightest available carry bag. It also features a large accessory pocket with magnetic closure, EZ access, Quick Draw water bottle pocket, ventilated full-length apparel pocket, waterproof valuables pocket and matching rainhood. The AS2 comes in 10 color combinations.
| TaylorMade r7 Cart Bag|
The r7 Cart Bag sports seven zippered pockets and full-length dividers to keep each club in its individual slot. Plus, its water-repellent nylon body keeps clubs dry. Perfect for keeping that r7 driver in tip-top shape.
|Caddyrack The Bag|
The most unique feature of The Bag from Caddyrack is an organizer that protects eight of your irons. Molded with a tough, yet soft non-slip polyurethane polymer, the caddy rack works well with either wide-soled or conventional irons.
| PING Explore|
Hey, even if cart bags aren’t meant to be lugged around, you still have to load and unload them from your buggy, right? PING understands we don’t all have the same physiques as The Rock, that’s why they’ve designed the Explore, a very lightweight bag that’s also compatible for push carts.
|Ogio Grom Tweed Khaki|
Ogio has long walked the line between modernity, extreme sports and our more traditional pastime. Nowhere is that marriage better on display than in their 2007 version of the Grom. Like its counterparts, the Grom features many pockets (nine total, five of which are zippered), Molded Ball Silo, fleece-lined valuables pocket and Lift Grip trunk handle.
|Bag Boy The Navigator|
For golfers who love to walk, but not carry their bags, comes The Navigator, a three-wheeled electric walking cart that can be operated from up to 200 yards away via remote control. Made from an ultra-lightweight aluminum tubing, The Navigator can easily traverse any kind of terrain, especially hillsides.
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