Why these ultra-lightweight golf bags are so beloved by customers

If you're a golfer who loves to walk, choosing the right bag is essential. Here's why Sunday Bags are becoming a fast favorite.


If you’re a golfer who loves to walk, choosing the right bag is a big deal.

That’s why Sunday Golf bags have become so popular with walkers. With space for up to 10 clubs depending on the model, the bags’ flat base and padded, self-balancing shoulder straps make them perfect for on-the-shoulder use, or strapped to a cart.

Even though the bags are designed to be super lightweight, they also offer plenty of pocket space for your accessories — including a designated space for valuables and an insulated “frosty pocket” for beverages. There’s even a full-size stand and rain hood!

The bags are indisputably awesome. But don’t just take our word for it. Listen to Sunday Golf’s satisfied customers instead!

“I’ve had the El Camino bag for two weeks now and I could not be happier with it,” Hugo Rodriguez wrote in April. “The materials and construction are of fantastic quality. The bag’s layout is very intuitive and I am especially fond of the cooler compartment in which I’m able to comfortably fit four cans. I’ve lost track of how many compliments I’ve received at both the range and the course. Several friends have now added it to their “must buy list.”

Another review from recent customer Lammer sang the praises of Sunday Golf’s Mule travel bag: “My wife and I were able to use our Mule to transport our two Loma bags, along with a box of balls, and my golf shoes,” he wrote. “The bag was less than the 80 linear inches that constitute it as a regular checked bag. Best purchase I’ve made in a long time!”

Ready to upgrade your bag game? Check out Sunday Golf’s bestsellers below, and click the link to add to cart.


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Sunday Golf El Camino

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Sunday Golf The Mule Travel Bag

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