Motocaddy, the market-leading electric golf trolly brand, has made modifications to its Pro-Series, Club-Series and Hybrid-Series bags to add a contemporary look and provide golfers with more options in 2013.
The Pro-Series - which is the brand's best-selling cart bag - now features a striped pattern and comes in four new colour designs: Black/Silver, Black/Lime, Alpine/Red and Alping/Blue.
The Pro-Series bag has 14 full-length dividers, seven pockets and external wells for a putter and umbrella. The bag - made from premium PU material - also features a detachable rain hood, a velcro glove grip, a pen holder, an insulated drinks pocket and a water-tight valuables pocket.
The Club-Series cart bag, which has three more club dividers than its predecessor (14) sports new external wells for both a putter and umbrella, and comes in Black/Red, Black/Blue and Black/Lime colour schemes.
The Hybrid-Series - as well as 14 club dividers, an external umbrella well and a dry valuables pocket - now features a quick-release stand mechanism and dual strap, as well as an anti-twist base to keep it secured in place on any Motocaddy trolley.
"The new Pro-Series and Club-Series bags are more stylish than ever before, particularly with the introduction of the Lime colour-way," said Marketing manager Oliver Churcher.
"Through customer feedback and magazine tests, we know the range of features on both cart bags have been very popular, so we've kept them largely the same.
"The Hybrid-Series provides that different option for golfers, because it's as good for carrying as it is for using with the trolley - particularly important when the weather makes cart-use unpredictable."
All three bags are available from March 2013. The Pro-Series has a RRP of £149.99, the Club-Series £99.99 and the Hybrid-Series also £99.99
For more information, visit www.motocaddy.com.
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