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Hoofer Lite Carry Bag


    Light and built right, this enduring design weighs only 5 pounds, and padded straps with a back puck for single-strap conversion makes carrying near effortless. Storage areas allow for maximum efficiency, and the apparel pocket has a full-length zipper for easier access, a four-way top to organize clubs and nine pockets.

    • 4-way top, 5 lbs.
    • 9 pockets, 19L pocket volume
    • Bag base with internal club dividers
    • Apparel pocket with full-length zipper for easier access, added storage areas inside
    • Easy-access valuables pouch, zippered range-finder pocket
    • Deployable rain hood and rain hood access pocket
    • Key clip, velcro glove patch, leg guards

    • An innovative new bottom improves club removal by guiding clubs to the correct segment and keeping clubs separated while carrying.
    • A newly re-engineered back puck makes it far easier to convert PING carry bags from backpack style to a single-strap carry.
    • An expanded ball pocket prevents the hassle of having balls spill out the sides when you have to poke around for a couple of fresh ones.
    • Keeping your PING clubs dry is easy; simply deploy the rain hood that is snapped inside the cushioned hip pad. When it's not raining, the rain hood provides extra padding for the walk.
    • The cart-strap channel is a long-popular attribute that enables you to keep the bag secured with a strap without blocking access to the pockets.
    • The spacious 4-way bag top has been re-designed to make it more ergonomic for improved comfort and easier handling.
    • New scratch-resistant leg guards protect against excessive wear and tear from any jostling when the bag is strapped to a cart.
    • Zippered, insulated multi-use water bottle pocket.
    • All of our bags (excluding the Moonlite) feature a zip-off ball pocket panel that can be customized through your local embroidery or screen printing location.
    • A new stacked pocket configuration optimizes storage space and allows quick access the pockets you’ll use most often.
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