Golf Today - Over 80000 pages of golf information
Golf News

Stewart Golf- The ultimate Jubilee golf bag
by Carly Cummins
June 01, 2012

Award-winning UK powered golf trolley inventors Stewart Golf have expanded their offering to include golf bags that will appeal to you royalists out there. Every one of the bags in their 2012 collection features the stylish GB Crest on their front pocket.

"As well as a world-class trolley line up, we now also have a comprehensive golf bag range," said MD Mark Stewart. "Our aim is to appeal to all golfers with this collection, not just those who have Stewart trolleys. With such a diverse selection, there is something for everyone. "We created the GB Crest to help ensure people saw Stewart Golf as a British brand, as every one of our powered machines is handmade here. A wave of patriotism appears to be sweeping Britain this year & we're proud play our part, however small."

There are five bag models to choose from, all with their own distinctive features:

S1 SuperLight, £89: Small stand bag weighs in at just 1.95kg. Ideal for those who want a compact bag with the convenience of a stand mechanism.

W3 Waterproof Stand Bag, £129: Latest version of the 100% waterproof stand bag with updated look.

C3 Cart Bag, £129: Lightweight cart bag with 14 way dividers, 11 pockets and a raft of features.

T3 Tour Bag, £179: Effortlessly stylish, full sized tour bag.

T3-H Tour/Cart Hybrid, £179: Innovative new design with 'tour bag' looks but a flat 'cart bag' back.


Stewart Golf have created a special offer to coincide with this summer's festivities. All items that carry the GB Crest have 10% OFF from now until the end of August. This offer also extends to the SG Umbrella, Lightweight Travel Cover and clothing range. To order visit or call: 0333 800 1818.

Ryder Cup
The USA's flawed Ryder Cup system...

Vote to allow women members after 260 years....

PGA Tour
Whatever happened to Anthony Kim?...

Mazda 3 - Engineered to perfection...

Sam Snead auction of famous personal items...

The 19th
Johnnie Walker and the Ryder Cup...

Paul McGinley
Proof its never too late....

John Huggan
Rules suck: that’s common knowledge...

Peter McEvoy
Centurion Club marches against the tide...

Book Review
The Spiritual Golfer - By Robert "Lumpy" Lumpkin

© 1996-2018 - Terms & Conditions - Privacy Policy - About Us - Advertise - Classifieds - Newsletter - Contact Us