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Ping Latitude


$180.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Available in a variety of colours. Stable - stays upright. Detachable ball pocket.

The Cons:Small exterior pockets are limiting. Poor dividers - little protection and difficult. "mantis legs" are mostly marketing, don't improve stability much.

The Ping Latitude is Ping's most advanced carry golf bag with plenty of advanced features. It has 11 pockets in total, includding a detachable ball pocket that can be used as a shag bag, a dedicated sunglasses pocket and a lined valuables pocket with a waterproof zipper.

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Product Shot 2 It was a 6-way top, with putter well, and four full length dividers making it easy to access all your clubs. The primary strap retracts from the top making it easier to find the strap quickly, keeping it out of the way when not used and it features dual pre-curved straps for ultimate comfort.  The double-bend Mantis legs stabilize the bag and expand/retract easily.  Other features include full-size towel loop, Velcro loop for golf glove and a rain hood.  The Ping Latitude is made from nylon material and comes in White/Green, Black/Graphite/Silver, Black/Royal/Silver, White/Navy and White/Atomic Orange/ Silver.

Features

  • Six-way top including putter well
  • Four full-length dividers
  • Eleven pockets
  • Nylon material
  • Detachable ball pocket
  • Lined valuables pouch with water proof zipper
  • Primary strap retracts from top
  • Dual pre-curved straps
  • Double-bend Mantis legs
  • Full-size towel loop and Velcro loop for golf glove
  • Rain hood
  • Customization not available

Color Options

  • White/Green
  • Black/Graphite/Silver
  • Black/Royal/Silver
  • White/Navy
  • White/Atomic Orange/ Silver

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Pros
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    available in a variety of colours

  • 1

    stable - stays upright

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    detachable ball pocket

  • 1

    well known, respected brand

  • 1

    durable build

  • 1

    aesthetically pleasing

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    lightweight

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    easily carried and deployed

Cons
  • 1

    small exterior pockets are limiting

  • 1

    poor dividers - little protection and difficult

  • 1

    "mantis legs" are mostly marketing, don't improve stability much

  • 1

    legs flop around and get in the way

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