Sun rises on Combo Cart

Sun Mountain has launched what is probably the first ever combined trolley, bag and seat in one compact unit. The three-wheeled Sun Mountain Combo Cart is designed for golfers who would prefer the convenience of keeping their clubs with the trolley and storing at the clubhouse or together in the car boot.

Made from lightweight aluminium, the Combo Cart boasts a strong frame that supports the bag and seat with body weight, while maintaining a streamlined trolley that takes up no more space than a normal tour bag when folded. Sun Mountain has created an innovative design that allows golfers to fold down the unit easily, with the front wheel going under the bag between the rear wheels and the handle down the back of the bag. The rear wheels then slide inwards to produce a compact unit.

The built-in padded seat has been designed to accommodate a range of body sizes and comes complete with back pad for comfort. It folds up flat to the side of the bag to keep the overall unit streamlined on the course and in storage. The bag features a 14-way top with full-length club dividers. For storage there are eight pockets, including a large compartment for clothing, a velour-lined pocket for valuables and a beverage pouch.

Seth Enes, Sun Mountain chief designer stated, “When folded, the Combo Cart stands up like a normal golf bag and takes up less than half the room normally required to store the trolley and bag separately. It’s very easy to put into action too – golfers just have to pull the bottom wheel out, release the rear wheels and set the handle height at a comfortable height. Then you’re ready to go!”

The Sun Mountain Combo Cart comes in five different colour options at an RRP of £399. More at

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