While we reviewed the V1 cart back in November Sun Mountain has decided to revamp and update the cart already. The new Sun Mountain Speed Cart SV1 is the latest innovation out of this industry leaders factory. The 3-wheeled model has their signature ergonomically correct handle making it easier to push around on the course. Like any good push cart it’s easy to fold and unfold. One of the essential features this golfer needs to find in a good push cart. What I also liked about the easy set up was how small it folded down to. The wheels are a little bulky but the overall size isn’t bad to work with (see picture). Some outstanding features we think you might like include the retractable score card try (very easy to use and handy), great storage compartments big enough to but your GPS or rangefinder in, and the umbrella mount because rain or shine I’m probably on the course. Check out the
Sun Mountain is ready for 2012 with their new Micro Cart. Unlike the Cligear cart that we reviewed the Sun Mountain cart has 4 wheels. Which is better? Personally we didn’t see a huge difference between the two. The 4 wheeled cart you were able to feel a little bit more stable but the 3 wheels give you better versatility and movement around the course.
Lightweight which makes it great for transporting from the greens to the car. Once you make it to the car it’s just a few fold away from the car. In our experience it folded up so easily and small we never thought twice about it. Fit’s into a car trunk easily with enough room for your golf bags too. The cart handles great on the course and of course the foam wheels are a must have on golf carts today. What was nice about this cart is you don’t have to buy accessories like a drink holder as extra’s they are already included. Even though it says it’s designed to match their Sun Mountain MCB bag it will fit just about any cart bag easily.
When you buy a carry golf bag you generally plan on actually carrying it around the course. Well that might not always be the case. That’s why Sun Mountain made a carry bag that was also friendly to strap onto the golf cart. The new version of their already popular Superlight 3.5 carry bag is the perfect solution to the carry/cart controversy.
The new design features that make it cart friendly are it’s 4-way divided top, 3 handholds (easy to lift out of the cart), and secure stand bag legs. The revamped new shape allows the bag to stand straight opposed to being positioned sideways. An added strap makes sure the bag doesn’t twist around so you have all access to those 7 pockets in the bag.
It’s the perfect hybrid golf bag for the walking golfer (we know your only doing it because you have to).
For golfers looking for the best golf bag to carry on the course needs to meet their basic needs of comfortability, organization, and looks. Sun Mountain has traditionally made their niche in the golf market bringing quality golf bags that adhere to golfers needs.
The Four 5 carry bags touches on golf’s walkers highest needs making the bag lightweight. At only 4.5 lbs it’s light enough to carry around the course with a full bag of clubs and not be exhausted. Making the bag comfortable to carry was also on top of their needs list. A sculpted hip pad improves air flow to your back letting you cool down on the course. A wide shoulder strap makes the comfort level even better. A 14 way top full length divider organizes all your important clubs. With enough pockets to keep everything you could ever want on the course organized. Lastly, it is carried in enough colors to make any golfer happy this golf bag is at the top of our list for carry bags on the course. Less than $200 at GolfClubs.com the Sun Mountain Four 5 carry bag is one great golf bag.