Sun Mountain has been a pioneer in the golf industry for 30 years, revolutionizing golf bags, golf outerwear and golf carts, including the first lightweight golf bag and modern stand bag, has introduced its latest product - the H2NO golf bags retailing for about $300.

One Liner

The new waterproof H2NO line from Sun Mountain includes one cart bag and two carry bags.

Fast Facts H2NO Bags

H2NO Staff Cart bag

14-way 9.5” diameter top with putter tube

Eight pockets including valuables, two full-length, cooler & range finder

Cart strap pass-through

Retail $330

H2NO Lite stand bag

14-way 10.5” diameter top

Dual strap—two leg stand

Six pockets including hydration sleeve, valuables & full-length

Retail $300

H2NO Superlight stand bag

4-way 9” diameter top

X-strap—two leg stand

Six pockets including hydration sleeve, valuables & full-length

Weight under five pounds

Retail $290

What You Need To Know:

Golf and rain go together, in fact are inseparable. After all, we play outdoors so having the proper gear when the skies do open up is essential. Though we sometimes don’t think of it, rain gear should include our golf bag to keep club grips and anything else inside dry.

Most bags aren’t especially good shielding our stuff from “liquid sunshine” so if it comes down for an extended period of time it’s nice to have a bag made with the same waterproof construction as a well-made rain jacket. That’s what Sun Mountain has done with the three new members of the H2NO line.

Each is made of waterproof fabric and taped seams with waterproof zippers plus the other nice touches for which their bags are known. All three new H2NO bags are in golf shops now or may be purchased on the Sun Mountain web site.

Ed is a national award-winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is prominently featured in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Ed still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 4. He lives on a water hazard in suburban Orlando. His email address is

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