Sun Mountain H2NO Lite – £289.95
There’s an awful lot of competition when it comes to golf bags, but the H2NO has a suite of features that just can’t be ignored (or found in lots of other bags).
Light enough to easily lift in and out of the boot? Check. 100% waterproof? Check. Plenty of pockets, fat-grip putter well, 15-way divider... check, check, check!
For super-keen golfers who don’t want to let a bit of rain stop them playing, this is well worth the investment.
PowaKaddy Premium Tech – £229
PowaKaddy are now a giant player in the UK bag market, and not just because people want the same brand bag as their trolley.
The full 2020 line-up is really well thought through, with something for everyone from the 100% waterproof Dri Edition to the X-Lite.
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But we think the Premium Tech does everything really, really well, and for us it looks the business.
It’s not 100% waterproof, but it has everything else you’ll need – giant pockets (the front one can be unzipped); PowaKaddy’s key-lock securing system; three handles for easy lifting; and it feels really well- made.
And we love the new “camo” colourscheme, too.
MotoCaddy Dry Series – £239.99
The people who make golf trolleys spend an awful lot of time talking to people about... golf trolleys. And those conversations inevitably turn to bags. So we love the attention to detail in Motocaddy’s range. They’re lighter. The pockets are huge (there’s 10% more storage space this year). The looks have been smartened up for 2020 and they’re jam-packed with features to make your life a little easier (things like heat-welded seams and sealed zips for 100% waterproofing, along with a new easy-lift grab handle).
It’s everything you could need in a trolley bag, whether you have a Motocaddy trolley or not.