Two new bags from TaylorMade

Catalina and Stratus bags have accessory attachments, too

Bob Warters's picture
Fri, 5 Mar 2010

The next generation of golf bags including a way for golfers to attach GPS range-finders, valuables (and yes), even their mobile phone, without scrambling through pockets, has been unveiled by TaylorMade.

Fast Action Snap Technology (FAST), 'a seamless way for golfers to access important accessories', has been included in the Catalina Pro trolley bag and the Stratus stand bag, both of which are available in a range of bright colours.

Available separately these accessories can be attached on to the new bags by rivets which line the outside of all new 2010 models.

"The hassle of digging through the pockets of your golf bag for golf accessories and personal belongings is over," says TayorMade's Jose Miraflor. "The introduction of this technology provides golfers with an easy solution and is yet another example of our attention to detail and commitment to engineering the most functional golf bags on the market."

Other advancements featured in the new line include lighter bags, conveniently placed pockets, and enhanced durability. All bags incorporate full-length internal dividers making it easier and more efficient to maintain club organisation and prevent grips from tangling deep within the cavity of the bags.

The Catalina Pro bag (£139) features a 14-way divided and four shaft dividers, putter tube, ?nine pockets (including a large cooler pocket and three velour lined for valuables), rainhood, trunk handles. It's available in black and blakc, white and red combinations.

The Stratus bag (£99) has similar colour scheme, as well as a six-way top with thre full-length shaft dividers, five pockets insulated water bottle sleeve, trunk handles and rainhood.