Sun Mountain Four 5 golf bag
Released March, 2009
The Pros:Super light weight construction, very easy to carry around. Well built, stitching never comes loose on it. Shoulder straps are wide and well cushioned.
The Cons:No spot for an extra pair of shoes. Foot pads will sink into the grass. Tends to slip a bit on slick surfaces.
The Sun Mountain Four 5 golf bag is a mid-priced offering. At 4.5 lbs., Sun Mountain promotes this bag as being lightweight and easy to carry around. The TPR (ThermoPlastic Rubber) handle of this bag is integrated into the top and has a backpack style, making it easy for you to put on and take off.
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The shoulder straps are wide, making them more comfortable to wear. There is also a sculpted hip pad on the Four 5 golf bag, which improves airflow to the golfer's back, cutting down on sweat. If you want to pull your bag along with you instead of carrying it, Sun Mountain's patented Roller Bottom will make it easy. The 10.5" 14-way top is equipped with full-length dividers, so that you can keep your clubs seperate. This bag also has a top-molded stand attachment, which allows you to stand it up while you play. When you stand the bag up, the Y-spring leg activator ensures that the legs are firmly deployed. There are color options available for the Sun Mountain Four 5 golf bag.
- Lightweight (4.5 lbs.)
- Color Options
- 10.5" 14-way top w/ full-length dividers
- Sculpted hip pad
- Wide shoulder straps
- Top-molded stand attachment
- Roller Bottom
- Y-spring leg activator
- Top-mounted strap attachment
- Triangular non-slip foot pads
- Eight pockets
- Ball liner
- Pen holder
- Matching rain hood
- Black/Dark Green
- Black/Cadet Blue
User Reviews (2)
super light weight construction, very easy to carry around
well built, stitching never comes loose on it
shoulder straps are wide and well cushioned
lumbar support cushions your back and gives extra support
plenty of pockets for extra storage
no spot for an extra pair of shoes
foot pads will sink into the grass
tends to slip a bit on slick surfaces
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