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PING Pioneers Functional New Trolley Bag

12.31am 15th March 2010 - New Products - This story was updated on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

PING Pioneer Trolley bag

Leading golf equipment manufacturer PING has unveiled the latest edition of its popular Pioneer cart-bag. Engineered for function and style, the new Pioneer LC carries with it a reputation for performance and reliability that is synonymous with the PING brand.

Living up to its name, the Pioneer LC breaks new ground in cart bag convenience. Its high-tech appearance combines with 7 easily accessible pockets to offer golfers more organization and storage options than ever before. A 14-way divider top and pockets specifically designed for eyewear and beverage storage are among its most distinguishing features that also include; external molded putter tube, individual dividers that keep golf clubs separated and protected, an impressive seven pockets for balls, tee’s, accessories, valuables and clothing.

The addition of feet on the bottom of the Pioneer LC provide added stability whilst two handles at the top of the bag allow for easy access to golf carts and trolleys.

Weighing under 7 lbs (approx 3 kgs), this impressive multi-functional bag mirrors PING’s approach of engineering golf clubs, focusing on quality and performance while delivering the promise of innovation golfers have come to expect from PING for nearly 50 years.

The Pioneer LC cart-bag is available in the following six colour options with a UK RRP of £125

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