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Ping launches new cart bag collection

9.59am 20th June 2019 - New Products - This story was updated on Friday, June 21st, 2019

Ping has launched a new range of cart and trolley bags that provides premium performance in a variety of new colour options.

There are five models in the collection, including one model designed specifically for women golfers, while all of them boast a host of technology features that are designed to enhance the experience of transporting and using your clubs.

Ping’s new Traverse trolley/cart bag

Available in four new colours, the Pioneer (pictured above) is a premium cart bag that offers 14 pockets and a 15-way top with a dedicated putter well. Designed for buggy and trolley use, it features a unique cart-strap channel, keeps pockets accessible throughout the round, as well as a seam-sealed, velour-lined valuables pouch, a magnetic drop-down ball pocket and a cooler pocket. RRP £200

Available in four new colours, including a new Black Camo/Platinum option and a Navy/White design, the Traverse and Ladies Traverse are the lightest cart bag options in the range and are ideal for trolley or buggy use. An easy-to-handle grip makes light work of loading the bag onto a buggy, while a cart-strap channel keeps pockets accessible throughout the round. RRP £165

Pioneer Monsoon
The Monsoon is the go-to trolley bag for when the weather takes a turn for the worse. Boasting 12 pockets, eight of which are seamed sealed, and two of which are ventilated for airing damp items. A 15-way top to keep clubs organised, while a cart-strap channel ensures all pockets remain accessible. RRP £250

Redesigned for 2019, the premium DLX cart bag boasts a tour-inspired design and offers an array of practical features, including a cart-strap channel. It offers a 15-way top, including a dedicated putter well, plus 15 pockets, including a magnetic ball pocket, a magnetic range-finder pocket, a cooler pocket, plus two deployable shoe pouches. It is available in white or black. RRP £250



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