Detroit, MI (PRWEB) March 10, 2005
For some time, GolfTravelBags.com (http://www.golftravelbags.com) has been widely received by AmericaÂs golfing community as the leader in providing the highest standards in quality golf travel bags as well as some of the finest customer service available on the Internet today. Which is why it was with great excitement that, after some time spent testing out new products, GolfTravelBags.com is releasing three new quality product lines on GTB.com.
ÂWeÂre hoping to raise the bar even higher with these additions,Â said Jeff Wedren, Director of Sales. ÂWe only wish to continue serving our customers by providing them with the great support theyÂve come to expect from GolfTravelBags.com. This includes knowledgeable and personalized one-on-one service from actual golfers over the phone, through e-mails, or via live chat. With all of that, plus product reviews, fast shipping, and a fantastic return policy, we will continue to set ourselves apart from our competitors.Â
So just what do the new additions include? ÂWe looked around quite a bit at the trade shows,Â continued Wedren. ÂWhat we found to be most outstanding were the Sun Mountain, OGIO, and Burton Golf lines. These were the brands that we felt belonged on the GTB lineup.Â And rightly so, as GolfTravelBags.com was already carrying products from industry giants like Bag Boy, Club Glove, and SKB. The new brands will only offer more diversity to fit the needs of todayÂs golfer.
For starters, with Burton Golf, maker of quality golf bags since 1907, comes the Burton Galaxy golf travel bag (http://www.golftravelbags.com/burton-golf-galaxy.htm). The Burton Galaxy is a top-quality soft-sided travel cover that provides excellent protection for your clubs. The Galaxy features BurtonÂs patent-pending "Protect Fit" club protection which provides additional cushioning in the club-head area, which secures and protects your clubs from the abuses of air travel. The Galaxy's EZ glide wheels make it easy to pull around, and the five outer pockets and two mesh inner pockets provide plenty of storage space and organizational capability. And if thatÂs not enough, Burton also throws in a lifetime warranty.
If youÂre looking for superior protection with the convenience of a hybrid check out the OGIO Rig (http://www.golftravelbags.com/ogio-rig.htm). ItÂs been dubbed "the SUV of golf bags" and "Fort Knox for clubs," and it's not hard to see why. It's an innovative squared-off hybrid golf travel bag. During transport, your clubs are kept snug and secure within the molded foam of the lid - a removable molded plastic cover with a spring-loaded latch and a tumbler-style lock. The case rolls well on the inline skate wheels, and the lower golf bag section provides total shaft protection with a 14-way divider. On the course, the Rig's club ports separate and deliver your clubs easily, whether you're using a club car or a push cart. OGIO also brings with it some great luggage including the OGIO JPEG (http://www.golftravelbags.com/ogio-jpeg.htm).
The JPEG is a great travel duffel bag, featuring in-line skate wheels, a retractable handle, and a reinforced base. It's easy to get organized with the interior mesh divider, suit strap, compression strap, and zippered pockets. On the outside, there's two large pockets, plus several grab handles.
Sun Mountain brings with it the Atlas (http://www.golftravelbags.com/sun-mountain-atlas.htm). The Sun Mountain Atlas is a combination hard/soft travel case that provides the best of both worlds. Unlike Hybrid golf covers - which are simply golf bags with attachable protective covers - you can use the Atlas with your current golf bag. It's essentially a soft travel cover with a tough plastic top and bottom sections. When you're traveling, the padded, molded-plastic topper and base safeguard your clubs just like a hard case. But when it's not in use, you can collapse the Atlas down into a 24" bundle - by storing the fabric midsection within the hard top. In addition, the Sun Mountain Atlas comes with the "Lance" - a telescoping, rigid support pole that protects your club-heads from being damaged even if the bag is dropped upside down.
With its new product lineup, GolfTravelBags.com stands ready to serve golfers better than ever before. And if youÂre looking for a golf push cart, we recommend you check out their sister site - GolfPushCarts.com (http://golfpushcarts.com). They deliver the same great service as GTB.com, and you can expect to find some of the best golf carts available.