Motocaddy introduces five new bags for 2020 season

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Golfer feedback influences most comprehensive bag range ever
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February 6, 2020
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Motocaddy, the UK’s leading cart bag brand, has transformed its award-winning bag range by introducing five new standout models to add to the popular Pro-Series updated last year.

Motocaddy introduces five new bags for 2020 season

The latest range is the direct result of research carried out by the brand among active golfers in the UK.

Featuring brand new Dry-Series, M-TECH, Club-Series and Lite-Series cart bags - plus a new HydroFLEX carry bag - the 2020 range has a contemporary feel, with every model incorporating the brand’s innovative EASILOCK™ bag-to-trolley connection system, removing the need for a lower bag strap.

“We spoke to lots of golfers to find exactly what they look for in a modern golf bag,” said Motocaddy Marketing Manager, Oliver Churcher. “In taking all the feedback on board, we think this is our most comprehensive and contemporary bag range ever.

“As market-leaders, we want to keep driving the cart bag category forward and our new range emphasises what the golfing public looks for in terms of modern styling; spacious pockets; premium materials to help protect from the elements; reduced weight; and most importantly ultimate compatibility with our trolleys,” added Oliver.

Across the six bag models there are now 17 different colourway combinations available making it even easier for golfers to match a bag to the Motocaddy trolley of their choice.

The flagship super-lightweight (2.4kg) Dry-Series features a fresh and stylish look with eye-catching branding on the spacious apparel pocket. In addition, the award-winning bag incorporates 10% more storage space than its predecessor in other useful pockets – seven in total – including a dry valuables and food and beverage options. Incorporating durable 'rip-stop' Nylon fabric, heat-welded seams and thermo-sealed zips, the 100% waterproof bag adds a new easy-lift grab handle and integrated quick-access umbrella sleeve to an extensive list of features, including 14 full-length dividers, Japanese YKK zips for smooth opening, an anti-twist base, a waterproof rain hood, scorecard holder and a new towel & accessory hook

The new Dry-Series cart bag is available in four standout trim options (Blue, Red, Lime and Fuchsia) in the new Charcoal base colour at an RRP of £239.99.

A perfect partner for its luxury trolley namesake, the new M-TECH cart bag is styled to complement the modern electric trolley. The bag combines premium materials with cutting‑edge design and wide‑ranging features. The M-TECH bag incorporates a Carbon effect with Chrome detailing along with 14-full length dividers, a jumbo putter well and nine spacious pockets. The luxury M-TECH cart bag is available in a Black/Charcoal colourway at an RRP of £219.99.

The Pro-Series continues to incorporate a 20% lighter feel brought in during a hugely successful 2019, with the new Club-Series also reducing weight for 2020.

The new look Club-Series bag in Charcoal with Blue, Red and Lime trim options is 23% lighter than its predecessor. Including game-enhancing features, the ClubSeries offers a combination of value and durability with spacious pockets and an internal umbrella sleeve.

Easy to lift on and off a Motocaddy trolley thanks to easy-access carry handles, the
Club-Series includes 14-full length dividers and seven spacious pockets, plus a dedicated putter well, a scorecard holder, a towel hook with Velcro glove grip and is available at an RRP of £159.99.

“We have a bag range that offers something for every golfer,” said Oliver. “Whether it’s game-enhancing features, more space, carry or cart, various budget options or just a good-looking premium bag, we can offer it and we’re excited to see this season’s Motocaddy bags out on the fairways,” he added.

Constructed from a super lightweight Nylon fabric, the new look Lite‑Series is the lightest and most compact cart bag in the Motocaddy range. Weighing in at 2.3kg, the Lite-Series is available in a Black base colour with three trim options (Red, Blue & Lime), incorporates 14 dividers and seven pockets into its modern styling.

Completing the bag range is the new super-lightweight and waterproof HydroFLEX carry bag. Replacing the AquaFLEX, the 2020 version features an updated quick‑release 4-point fully adjustable carry strap, along with subtle branding and is designed to fit perfectly onto any Motocaddy trolley for ultimate versatility.

Other features include a rear stand lock, which holds the legs in place when attached to a Motocaddy trolley, five full-length dividers offering easy access to clubs and five spacious pockets with easy-open Japanese YKK zips and an external beverage pouch.

The HydroFLEX is available in Charcoal with a Blue, Red or Lime trim at an RRP of £209.99.

For more information on all Motocaddy trolleys, bags, batteries and accessories, please visit or follow @MotocaddyGolf on social media.

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