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The Clubglider from Sun Mountain
By Terrence Jordan | Published  01/2/2009 | Apparel | Unrated
The Clubglider

Viewers of The Golf Channel may already be familiar with Sun Mountain’s ClubGlider® golf bag. The evolutionary travel bag first appeared on the hit show, “Fore Inventors Only”, and the inventor has since signed a licensing agreement with leading bag manufacturer Sun Mountain. The extendable legs and wheels on the ClubGlider support 100% of the bag’s weight and eliminate the constant bending that is all-too-familiar with travel bags of old. The bag features heavy-duty two-way zippers, thick foam padding, internal storage pockets, internal cinch straps, a lift-assist handle and more. Check out the ClubGlider at for more information on this great leap forward in travel bag design.

• Integrated leg set (eliminates repeated bending and lifting/when extended supports 100% of the bag’s weight)

• Pivoting caster wheels (superior maneuverability)

• Legs retract into molded tray (secure for travel)

• Heavy-duty two-way zippers (durability and ease of entry)

• Thick foam padding (protects clubheads and shafts)

• All straps riveted to the bag/reinforced
wear areas (durability)

• Lift-assist handle (ease of loading
into vehicle)

• Internal cinch straps (secure the bag)

• Internal storage pockets

• Three models for 2009: Pro, Meridian,

• Model shown, Meridian, full-suggested
retail $319.99

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