With summertime just around the corner, golfers throughout the country are starting to plan their golf trips and vacations. For the golfer who loves to take clubs on the road, Bag Boy has an award-winning travel cover that provides assurance of getting your clubs to your destination and safely back home again. Bag Boy travel covers utilize premium grade materials from durable, crush resistant ABS to impact resistant PVC and premium ballistic nylon. The new T-2000 showcases a visionary way to maneuver a travel cover with the Pivot Grip handle.
The T-2000 travel cover features a patent-pending Pivot Grip handle that rotates 360 degrees to reduce arm and wrist strain while transporting clubs. The ergonomic pivot grip is built into the top of the T-2000, while the rotating handle makes changing directions simple; you never having to let go of the travel bag. The T-2000 is made of durable nylon and features an ultra-thick wrap-around padded top, sturdy PVC back with an extended base for maximum club protection, two oversized garment pockets, and a shoe pocket. The deluxe in-line skate wheels provide smooth and quiet rolling action. The travel cover fits a 48-inch driver and up to a 10-inch cart bag.
Additional features of the T-2000 travel cover include dual lift handles, a lockable, full wrap-around main zipper which simplifies access and packing, durable padded carry handles, and an internal compression strap to stabilize the bag during travel. The T-2000 is available in three color schemes: red/black, silver/black, and royal/black. The suggested retail is $189.95, and includes a one-year warranty.
Bag Boy is available at a variety of locations including Dicks Sporting Goods, TGW.com, Golfsmith, and Edwin Watts Golf, to name a few. Find out more about how you can get a grip on travel using the Bag Boy T-2000 by visiting www.bagboy.com.
Rick Stedman is an avid golfer, RVer, and writer who lives in Olympia, Washington. Rick writes a golf column, “The RV Golfer,” which is published every month in rvlife.com. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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