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Tried & Tested: Sun Mountain Sync golf bag
by Carly Frost
April 22, 2014

Price: £149
Info:
www.brandfusionltd.co.uk
They say: Designed one inch shorter than the men's version to accommodate ladies clubs, the ladies' Sync bag features an impressive ten pocket configuration, including specialised compartments for valuables and clothing. Three lift-assist handles - including one built into the lower pocket - make it easier to manoeuvre off the course, while a moulded base allows the bag to fit perfectly onto Sun Mountain trolleys. The Sync comes in four vibrant colour combinations - fern/white/black, orange/white/black, purple/black/white and pink/black/white.

I say: The best feature of this golf bag is undoubtedly the many pockets, there is literally a pocket for every conceivable thing you can think of, which is handy as my bag usually contains everything but the kitchen sink.

I'm not going to list them all but the drinks cooler pocket was great (especially this last week playing in the warm weather) and the lined valuables pocket gets the thumbs up too. The orange colour of my bag certainly has stand-out appeal and won't be confused with anyone else's in a line-up outside the club.

It looks really snazzy on a sunny day. The handles are really sturdy and make this bag easy to lift in and out of the car boot and onto your trolley. It's not too heavy either, even when filled with clubs. The only thing I didn't like much was the attachable rain cover, which I found very hard to clip on and zip up when all my clubs were inside. Maybe that's because my driver is an inch longer than a standard ladies club, but even so I thought there would be a bit of breathing space to allow for that and those great big cartoon character headcovers that adorn my other woods!








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