Motocaddy, the UK’s top-selling golf cart bag and electric trolley brand, has refreshed its comprehensive bag range this season to make it even easier for golfers to match a bag with the trolley of their choice.

The latest addition in the popular Tour-style Pro-Series model and a new waterproof PROTEKTA organiser cart bag brings the total offering in 2023 to seven feature-packed models in 19 different colourway combinations.

The new bags join the luxury M-TECH model; the award winning and waterproof Dry-Series; the feature-packed Club-Series; the Lite-Series, which is the lightest and most compact cart bag in the range; and the versatile HydroFLEX carry bag.

“We work hard to develop golf bags that are not only desirable and practical but meet the needs of as many golfers as possible. The new Pro-Series and PROTEKTA bags not only look great but all include all the features and storage options golfers need out on the course,” said Marketing Director, Oliver Churcher. “We continue to offer the largest selection of golf bags optimised for trolleys, and our R&D team are always looking to find ways to help make the game even more enjoyable to play,” he added.

Manufactured from long-lasting premium PU and Nylon fabrics, the new Pro-Series model is packed with impressive features, including nine spacious pockets, 14-full-length dividers, a jumbo putter well and a quick-access scorecard holder.

The pockets include two for dry valuables, plus a large food and beverage pocket and an external beverage pouch. Additional features include an internal umbrella sleeve, towel and accessory hook, a pen holder, a waterproof rain hood, easy-access carry handles for effortless transportation to and from storage and an anti-twist bag base for maximum stability when placed on any trolley, even on the most undulating terrain.

As with each bag and trolley in the 2023 Motocaddy range, the Pro-Series also features the brand’s exclusive EASILOCK system that locks it onto a Motocaddy trolley and removes the need for a lower bag support strap. Two holes on the trolley’s lower bag support align with two removable pins on the base of the bag to ensure golfers can secure their bag more easily and quicker than ever before.

The new Pro-Series is available from March in Blue, Lime and Red trim at an RRP of


Waterproof and lightweight, the all-new PROTEKTA includes a noise reducing 14-way organiser top to hold the clubs securely in place, plus a wide-range of other features to keep golfers organised out on the course. These include nine generous pockets with easy-open Japanese YKK zips for smooth one-handed opening, a towel and accessory hook, Velcro glove patch and an Internal umbrella sleeve.

The fully waterproof fabric is supported by thermo sealed and heat-welded seams and a waterproof rain hood. Easy-access carry handles and an anti-twist base is also incorporated into the bag, which is available from March in either Black or White colour options at an RRP of £289.99/€359.99.

Styled to complement the brand’s luxury electric trolley, the M-TECH bag is also the perfect partner for any Motocaddy trolley model. Combining premium materials – including high- grade PU, chrome and thermoformed panels – with cutting-edge design and wide-ranging features, the M-TECH bag features 14 full-length dividers, nine extra-spacious pockets, a jumbo putter well and an internal umbrella sleeve. An anti-twist bag base, integrated carry handles for easy transportation, a waterproof rain hood, a pen/pencil holder and a premium Motocaddy towel and accessory hook complete the high-quality package. Presented in a classy Black/Charcoal colourway at an RRP of £289.99/€359.99.

The Dry-Series is the ultimate lightweight (2.9kg) and 100% waterproof bag, featuring nine spacious pockets, including dry valuables and food and beverage options. Incorporating durable TPU coated Nylon fabric, plus thermo sealed and heat-welded seams, it adds easy- access carry handles and an integrated quick-access umbrella sleeve to an extensive list of features, including 14 full-length dividers, Japanese YKK zips, an anti-twist base, a waterproof rain hood, scorecard holder and a towel and accessory hook. The Dry-Series cart bag is available in four eye-catching trim colours (Blue, Red, Lime and Fuchsia) at an RRP of £269.99/€329.99

The feature-packed Club-Series is a lightweight (2.8kg), durable and reliable cart bag offering superb value for money. The bag includes nine generous pockets, a dedicated putter well and an internal umbrella sleeve. Other features include 14-full length dividers, a waterproof rain hood, a towel hook and pen holder. The Club-Series is available in Blue, Lime and Red trim at an RRP of £189.99/€219.99.

Constructed from a lightweight Nylon fabric, the super-lightweight (2.3kg) Lite Series features a spacious top layout with 14-dividers and incorporates seven pockets – including a dry valuable and food/beverage option – a waterproof rain hood, external umbrella loop, towel hook, easy-access carry handles and an anti-twist base. Available in Blue, Lime and Red trim colours at an RRP of £159.99/€184.99.

Completing the range is the waterproof and versatile HydroFLEX. A super lightweight (2.4kg) carry bag, offering ultimate flexibility with an innovative integrated stand system to fit perfectly onto any Motocaddy trolley. Standout features include a quick release strap and adjustable rear stand lock, full-length dividers and five generous pockets with easy-open Japanese YKK zips for all golfing equipment and valuables. A moulded hip pad provides ultimate comfort when carrying clubs around the course, while other key features include a waterproof rain hood, a towel and accessory hook, an internal umbrella sleeve and an external beverage pouch. Available in Blue, Lime or Red colourways at an RRP of


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As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.