How good does this bag look? In Masters caddy-coverall white, with Masters green and yellow accents it's the finest bag you've ever seen. Amazing.
It's old school all the way, taking you back to the days before silly gizmos like laser range finders and smartphone scoring apps, to a time when you paced off your yardages from the 150 marker, and then later as you became more adept at judging distance, you would just eyeballed it.
"Looks like about 183," you'd say to yourself quietly. You'd pull a club, lay your bag down on the dewy morning grass and swing away. No second thoughts, no hesitation. Beautiful and pure. On to the next.
Have a look at this bag. It's just like the one your father handed down to you when you were 12, which made it the most special bag you ever had. You have no idea what happened to it, but at some point you probably gave it up for one with a stand. You weren't terrible bright at 12, were you. Don't worry, none of us were. But, it's time to make ammends, to right that wrong.
On the Jones Original, there is no stand. That's because you don't need one. And there's only one strap, because nobody in their right mind needs two. Two straps on a golf bag is positively silly. After all, we're not sherpas. Are we? No. Next, look at the twisted handle. It exudes style and craftsmanship. Pick it up.
Looking for amenities you say? Check it out, you get a two zippered ball pouch because zippers make cool details. They zip, they unzip. You put stuff inside. Balls. Pencils. Tees. Scorecards. And, because you play in the rain there's a full length outerwear pocket and an exterior umbrella sleeve.
It's all the bag you'll ever need, because you're a walker, a golfer -- it's as simple as that. Let those other guys ride, get fat and hack it up.
The Original Jones Masters Edition is a single set limited run. You need to get one now, before they're gone. Go to Jones Sports Co. $150.