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Bridgestone launches new cart bag

June 9, 2015

Bridgestone Golf is introducing a new cart bag into its 2015 season equipment range to extend its global brand profile, built on the consistent Tour success of players like Matt Kuchar, Brandt Snedeker and Fred Couples.

A new blue, white & black trim colour scheme – along with the more conventional Tour option of black, red & yellow trim – provides highly recognisable branding to go along with the quality engineering shown in producing a bag featuring exceptional attention to detail.

New features include a more ergonomic top handle, to make moving the bag on and off of carts much easier. The bag also incorporates seven zippered pockets, easily accessible when mounted onto a cart, plus a 9” inch 14-way divider – enough for one per club for swift and easy access.

The 2015 bag also comes with a padded, slip-resistant strap and matching rain hood.

“Bridgestone Golf is an increasingly recognisable brand and the new bags and features can only enhance its reputation for manufacturing quality golf products,” said Steve Kettlewell, Managing Director of Bridgestone Golf UK. “Such has been the positive reaction from players and customers alike, that we're confident that these will be very popular bags this year.”

The new Bridgestone Golf cart bag has a RRP of £132. For further information about the bag and other Bridgestone Golf products, visit .

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