This perfectly sized cooler bag is the ultimate on-course accessory

Puma's cooler bag is a great addition to your on-course accessory collection.


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When it comes to cooler bags, I’m definitely a “less-is-more” kind of gal. I mean, you’re already hauling your golf bag around — do you really want to tote a bunch of weight in the form of a giant bag full of snacks and beverages? That’s a no for me, dawg. Plus, most golf courses won’t allow it.

That’s why Puma’s perfectly sized cooler bag has become a fast favorite. I love its standard-handbag size — it comfortably holds four glass bottles or six cans — and its handy compartments. There’s an outer pocket as well as a zippered insulated pocket to keep cold snacks separate from your beverages. Plus, it’s small enough to fit comfortably inside your golf bag, in the back compartment of a golf cart or in the bottom compartment of a push cart.

The bag has become my go-to for not only my rounds of golf but also for car trips, air travel and weekends at the soccer field.

Check out the bag in detail below, as well as the link to purchase one of your own from GOLF’s Pro Shop.

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