Stewart Golf Unveils Cart Bag Collection

By: Golfshake Editor | Fri 05 Jan 2018 | Comments


Renowned manufacturer of trolleys, Stewart Golf has unveiled a new collection of cart bags that features three attractive models: SuperLight; SportDrive; and StaffPro.

As the name suggests, the entry-level SuperLight is designed for minimum weight whilst still retaining many features of a “big bag” such as 14-way full-length dividers. At just 2.7kgs this bag is perfect for use on a manual trolley such as Stewart Golf’s own R1-S Push. It is presented in a neutral colour combination of black/grey and is priced at £129.

The SportDrive has a number of added design cues and more premium features including a lined pocket for wet gear. Available in black with a choice of red, blue or green accents colour-coded to specifically match the wheel colour options on the R1-S Push, the SportDrive retails at £159.

Managing Director David Funnell said: “We expect the SportDrive to be a popular choice among users of both powered and push trolleys thanks to its lightweight construction, striking design and useful features.”

The superior bag in the new collection is the StaffPro, which is available in white with red, blue or green accents and retails at £199. Featuring premium materials and high-quality embroidery, this high-end cart bag offers an extensive features list including 14-way dividers, a dedicated putter well and nine forward-facing pockets including ones that are insulated, waterproofed, and soft-lined for valuables.

Stewart Golf is already well known around the world for its innovative, British-made X9 Follow/Remote and R1-S Push trolleys which set the highest of standards for both build quality and technical design. The new cart bag collection continues this ethos and offers a bag option for every golfer.

For more information, visit http://www.stewartgolf.co.uk.


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