This simple, lightweight golf bag is the ultimate choice for walkers

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Sunday Golf started out making Sunday bags (as their name suggests) for low-key range sessions and casual par-3 rounds. But, as the brand has grown overtime, so have their product categories.

Their latest bag — the El Camino — is a regular-sized golf bag for a full set of clubs that maintains the brand’s slim, easy-going look and feel. At just under four pounds, this bag is extremely lightweight, making it a great option for walkers. It’s available in a few colors, but we’re really loving the midnight green and seafoam — colors not often seen in this product category. If you’re looking for a simple, no fuss golf bag that’s stylish and lightweight with functional storage, this is the one.

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Sunday Golf El Camino

$179.99
The new El Camino bag fits ten clubs comfortably in a compact design for players who want a smaller, functional carrying option compared to a standard size stand bag. The El Camino bag weighs less than four pounds and features a four way divider, frosty pocket, embroidable ball pocket, and self balancing double strap.Intended for golfers who enjoy the walk with fewer clubs for full-length rounds, the El Camino is a midsize option that gives golfers added flexibility for playing various golf courses with comfortable storage space with classic Sunday Golf bag features.
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Emily Haas

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