My GolfNook Ranks the Top Thirteen Lightest Golf Stand Bags

My GolfNook, a website dedicated to golf and the accessories/equipment for the game, has recently ranked the thirteen lightest golf stand bags.

May 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

My GolfNook has just published a detailed post through its website, ranking the top thirteen lightest golf stand bags available in the golf market. This website is dedicated to the game of golf and all individuals that love this beautiful game. Thousands of golf lovers visit the website regularly for interesting facts, news, reviews, articles, and tips related to their favorite game.

Lightweight golf bags are an essential accessory for all golfers, particularly the ones that cannot afford a caddy. With the recent advances in materials and manufacturing systems, many lightweight golf bags are available these days. My GolfNook recommends using bags that are light enough to be carted or carried easily, and strong enough to hold and protect all the clubs and accessories.

My GolfNook has carried out extensive research on different golf bags, solely based on their weight. All thirteen shortlisted bags have a weight between 2.5 to 4 pounds. According to this ranking, the top three lightest golf stand bags are Callaway Hyper-Lite Zero, Callaway Hyper-Lite 1+, and Sun Mountain 2.5+.

Some of the top features of these products include

Callaway Hyper-Lite Zero:
● With a weight of 2.5 pounds, designed to optimize weight while maintaining functionality and durability.
● Made from lightweight and extremely durable nylon.
● Its 4-way top can comfortably carry up to fourteen clubs.
● Easy-grab handles for comfortable maneuvering.
● Legs made of strong and durable carbon fiber.
● Four zipped pockets for valuables.
● Improved Comfort Tech Dual Strap system.
● Available in eight color variations.

Callaway Hyper-Lite 1+
● Weight of 2.5 pounds.
● Three-way top with full-length club dividers.
● Integrated manual release stand system.
● Water resistant base belly coating.
● Three zippered pockets.
● Ergonomic and comfortable double strap.

Sun Mountain 2.5+
● Weight of 2.8 pounds
● Thicker shoulder straps with high-density, contoured foam.
● Two-way zippered ball pocket.
● Improved durability with better fabric.
● Nine-inch, four-way top.
● Five pockets offering ample storage space.
● Easy to use X-strap system.

In addition to these three, the other products in ranks fourth to thirteenth are

● Datrek Trekker Ultra Lite.
● Callaway Fusion Zero
● Sun Mountain 3.5 LS
● Cobra Golf Mega-Lite
● Callaway Hyper Dry Lite
● Wilson Staff Ionic SL
● Sun Mountain C13OS
● Cobra Super Lite
● OGIO Shredder
● Ping Hoofer Lite

My GolfNook provides all types and news and product updates related to golf to help golfers learn and play the game better. Golfers with any questions related to their game, equipment or accessories are welcome to contact the experts at My GolfNook.

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