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Big Max launches the Concourse
by Carly Frost
October 03, 2013

The Concourse from Big Max is one of the most refined, lightweight and compact golf trolleys in the world. So refined in fact, that you barely notice it's there until you need it.

Discreet enough to remain permanently attached to its golf bag, the Concourse is shaped to lie flush to the bags surface, and weighing in at just 2.1 kg not even the weight will give away its presence. But once needed, the Concourse opens up with a one touch operation to deliver a robust, stylish golf trolley. With the quick addition of the dual bearing click on wheels the Concourse is ready to hit the fairways.

Partnering the Concourse is the best of Big Max golf bag design. With a special adaptation to secure the Concourse the Big Max golf bag has a 14 way divider top along with a host of pockets including cooler, large pockets for clothing, a dry pocket for gloves and a lined pocket for valuables. In addition, the bag comes with an external putter holder and an umbrella holder.

When it comes to packing away the wheels simply click off and stow away in their clean dry wheel cover. The Concourse folds down in one movement and the bag and trolley are ready to fit into any car boot that can take a golf bag.

With this partnership between golf bag and trolley, Big Max has delivered style and compact quality. With no storage problems, a quick and easy mechanism and the best in Big Max design the Concourse saves space and time and provides the perfect partnership for those golfers who want to get themselves and their bag down the fairways under their own steam.

The Big Max Concourse trolley and bag combination together cost £329. For more information visit www.bigmaxgolf.com








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