I tried the newest Sun Mountain Eco-Lite golf bag. Here’s my opinion

Sun Mountain Eco-Lite golf bag

There are so many reasons to love this Sun Mountain golf bag, but here are my 5 favorite aspects about the new 2024 Eco-Lite.


If you’re looking for a new durable golf bag that’s light enough to carry with ample space, take a look at the new 2024 Sun Mountain Eco-Lite Bag.

I recently transitioned my clubs into the new Eco-Lite, which is made from recycled water bottles, and I have to say, I’m thoroughly impressed by the quality of this golf bag. Here are 5 reasons why.



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5 reasons to love the Eco-Lite Stand Bag

Not only is there plently of space in the 4-way divided 9″ top to fit a whole set of clubs, but there’s also an incredible amount of storage space without making the bag too bulky. With 6 pockets, there’s anough space in this bag to store everything you want and more. I especially love the velour magnetized valuables pocket (which is also great for rangefinder storage).
It’s called the ‘Eco-Lite’ for a good reason.. Weighing only 4 lbs, this bag is super light and easy to carry. The ultimate versitile golf bag option, perfect for walking, riding or a push cart.
Throw this bag over your shoulders and forget about it. The dual strap system on this bag is contoured and cushioned for an easy, comfortable carry.
I own the midnight stone color, but there are 6 fun colors in all to choose from. You can go for a classic black style or even a bright green!
Approximately twenty 20-oz bottles go into the material used in each bag. Sun Mountain has partnered with 1% for the Planet, a global network of businesses, individuals, and environmental organizations tackling our planet’s biggest environmental issues. They donate a percentage of Eco-Lite sales to Montana Rivers, Inc., an organization dedicated to conserving and protecting rivers through outreach, restoration and advocacy.
Color choices galore! Check out this bag and more at Sun Mountain. COURTESY
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Marley Sims

Golf.com Editor

Marley Sims is GOLF Magazine and Golf.com’s Associate Manager of Commerce. She manages editorial commerce content.