Posted June 27, 2018 in Products and Brands by Trevor Cigich
By John Steinbreder of Global Golf Post
This winter marked the release by Titleist of a series of new golf bags, both cart and carry.
For those players who use a motorized vehicle for their games, there is a new collection of cart bags from the equipment maker. The offerings include the Club 14, the Club 7 and the StaDry Deluxe, and they each boast unique features.
The Club 14, for example, has a 14-way club-divider top as well as nine pockets, and it weighs 6.2 pounds. As for the Club 7, which tips the scales at 5.4 pounds, it comes with a proprietary seven-way top cuff with full-length dividers and a forward-facing pocket design. Then, there is the StaDry Deluxe, which uses StaDry waterproof technology to ensure that clubs and whatever else is stored inside of it does not get wet in inclement weather. At 6.3 pounds, it is the heaviest of the bunch.
Titleist turned to PGA Tour caddies for help in developing new stand bags that are as stable as they are balanced and comfortable to carry, and the results of those collaborations are the Players 4 StaDry and the Players 4UP StaDry.
The Players 4 StaDry, which employs that same StaDry technology, also features seam-sealed waterproof zippers as well as a four-way top cuff with full-length dividers and cushioned foam shoulder straps. And all that comes in a 4.4-pound package. With regard to the Players 4UP StaDry, which uses that same waterproof material, the primary difference is its slightly lighter weight (3.9 pounds), the addition of a water bottle pocket and cushioned shoulder strap that converts from dual- to single-strap carry.
Republished with permission from Global Golf Post