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Welcome winter weather winners from Masters Golf
November 24, 2010

With the weather threatening to make the sport playable only by North Sea fishermen, Masters Golf has a range of products to help golfers enjoy even the most British of winters.

From wet-weather gear and bag covers to brollies and boots, Masters Golf has it – and you – covered this winter. Whether you're a "Little drop of rain never hurt anyone" die-hard, or a long-suffering partner seeking gift ideas for the golfer in your life, here are a few of their most popular products for the unpredicatable British climate.

The Seaforth Slicker from Masters Golf

• The Seaforth Slicker rain cape is a must for the winter months. It gives the ultimate protection to clubs and bag, splitting down the front to allow quick and easy fitting onto the bag. A combination of cleverly designed ‘snaps’ and elastic means the Slicker will fit most stand bags and importantly ensure no leakage. Available in either black or yellow (so you can look like a North Sea fisherman), the Slicker features on all the pro tours. RRP £24.99.

The Rain Wedge from Masters Golf• The Rain Wedge bag cover’s unique design allows you to use one hand to flip up the cover while your other hand quickly removes a club from your bag. Set-up is simple, quick and easy, with a clip and strap system that secures the Rain Wedge to the bag so it cannot blow away in the wind. The retractable rod system keeps the hood away from clubs, making club selection a breeze. Made of rip-stop nylon, the Rain Wedge weighs just 8½ ounces and takes up as little space as a single club. Probably the most useful wedge in your bag for a RRP of £22.99.

• Masters Golf boasts more umbrellas than a Mary Poppins’ convention, so whether you want to tout your allegiance to your favourite football team with a Premier Licensing brolly or fancy a storm-resistant version with pressure-release vents – and who doesn’t? – there is something suitable for all budgets and hand-sizes. Prices start at just £6.99 RRP.

The Fairway Hoppa retrofit cart wheels from Masters Golf• Make the ‘no trollies’ sign at your golf club redundant by using the Fairway Hoppa retrofit cart wheels. Durable GeoFlex studs lift the cart off the ground as the Hoppa wheels redistribute weight to the studs, increasing forward momentum and preventing damage to the fairway in wet conditions. The Hoppa wheels make pulling a cart 40 per cent easier or can increase your battery life by up to 30 per cent. RRP £29.99.

• Keeping hands warm during winter is 'snow' problem at all with the range of mitts available from Masters Golf. From the market-leading Gore Windstopper to a trolley mitt or re-usable hand-warmers, Masters Golf has your extremities covered. From £4.99 RRP.

Masters Golf mitts Masters Golf Stay Dry Winter Boots

• Masters own-brand Stay Dry Winter Boots are filled to their calf-length tops with innovative technology designed to keep feet warm and dry, while not affecting your golf game. The waterproof Velcro textile boots contain a breathable Weather-Tex membrane, have plastic cleats and are available in sizes from 3½-12 at a RRP of £59.99.

The Func Factory Stretch Jacket from Masters Golf• Func Factory is the new Scandinavian apparel brand turning heads in the UK. Especially popular is the waterproof stretch jacket, available for both men and women. It’s extremely breathable and exceptionally water-proof, and comes with a three-year waterproof guarantee. The lightweight material stretches four ways to allow complete freedom of movement without hampering the swing in any way. Available in sizes XS-XXL in a variety of colours at a RRP of £139.99.

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