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Ping Frontier





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Review Date
February 17, 2004

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by:  ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
PING Frontier

Summary:
A great alternative to a full-size staff bag.

The design is a model of beautiful simplicity:

-Club dividers are compartmentalized to prevent shafts from banging together. Also includes a separate putter well which is smartly positioned on the "driver's" side of the cart. If you're like me, you prefer to drive.

-Large pockets are flush to sides of bag with a huge fold-down pouch in front.
-Lots of smaller pockets in the front of the bag, with two very well-placed handles near the collar. They're designed for easy on-off access for a power cart, but work well for moving and positioning the bag in your house and car.

-Nice touch: an external velcro strap on which you can secure your glove to dry.

I got mine in blue/black (which looks sharp if you have PING G2 irons, G2i putter and/or Si3 driver) and had it monogrammed (who'll steal it now?).

The bottom line: if you prefer a stream-lined design with no tumour-like bulges(like those on the new Taylor Made bags) and either ride or use a pull cart, then I can't recommend this bag enough.

Customer Service:
I ordered the bag through my local PING factory and they arranged for the monogramming. Arrived quicker than promised.

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Oakley carry bag



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