Golf News for Friday, September 26, 2008 | Products

Sun Mountain's new Swift X golf bag weighs-in under three pounds

MISSOULA, Mont. -- Sun Mountain's Swift X golf bag weighs-in under three pounds while still accommodating a full set of clubs, offering seven pockets, and including a dual strap system. The Swift X stand-bag can indeed carry a full set of 14 clubs with its 7.5", 2-way top and offers a complete range of pockets to include a full-length clothing pocket, velour-lined valuables pocket, ball pocket and water bottle pouch. Sun Mountain's Swift X is available now at a full-suggested retail of $149. For the retailer nearest you, call 800-227-9224 or visit www.sunmountain.com.

Sun Mountain incorporated many recent advancements into the Swift X to include the top-molded stand attachment for increased stability and durability as well as the patented Roller Bottom leg mechanism for easy activation. Swift X comes standard with Sun Mountain's exclusive X-Strap(r) Dual Strap System offering a balanced, comfortable carry with an easy on, easy off design.

While keeping weight to a minimum, Swift X still includes some handy features such as an umbrella holder, towel holder, pen holder, matching rainhood and even a ball liner to precisely straight-line a ball. Swift X is available in eight colors: black, navy, black/white, black/yellow, black/plum, black/dark green, black/titanium and red/black.

In addition to golf bags, Sun Mountain is dedicated to finding the most innovative fabrics, the latest weaving processes, and the best designs to manufacture a line of performance outerwear that includes rainsuits, windshirts, fleece and the RainFlex(r) collection. Sun Mountain is an officially licensed supplier of outerwear to the PGA Tour, Champions Tour, Duramed Futures Tour, and Nationwide Tour. The Sun Mountain Speed Cart(r) is the leader of the push cart market.

For over 20 years, Sun Mountain has been designing and manufacturing functional, high-quality, lightweight golf bags for the serious golfer. Sun Mountain is responsible for many industry firsts, including being the first to use backpacking technology to produce a lightweight nylon golf bag, and being the first to develop a stand bag with integral legs.