GPS devices are the most popular gadget on the market today, being installed into cars, mobile phones and now golf products, too. Not many people are without a GPS device; however, some people are put off by the thought of downloading road maps and golf courses to their GPS devices, and so spurn the opportunity to own one themselves-- which quite honestly is a great shame as they work exceptionally well.
2018 Golf Trolley Bags
Trolley bags, or cart bags, are carried on golf carts and buggies. They are heavier than carry bags but are still able to hold a full set of golf clubs.
This buying guide details the important aspects of using a trolley bag, including weight, storage options and the best models available on the market today.
Trolley bag size, weight & storage options
Trolley bags can get very large, though not quite as bulky as their Tour bag cousins. Trolley bags are bigger due to being able to heft a whole set of golf clubs inside its spacious dividers, while they can also be placed on a trolley and pushed around the greens.
Different brands offer various features and benefits, with some utilising the golf bags’ size with a plethora of storage options, including the TaylorMade Pro 6.0 Cart Bag, Motocaddy Dry-Series Cart Bag 2018, Callaway Golf Chev Org Cart Bag 2018, Cobra Golf King Dry Tech Cart Bag, PowaKaddy Premium Edition Cart Bag, Titleist Club 14 Lightweight Cart Bag and PING Pioneer Monsoon Waterproof Cart Bag, among others. This gives players the ability to bring to the course with them waterproof clothing, valuables, rain hoods, golf balls etc. Trolley bags are also a lot more rigid than carry bags.