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Callaway Hyper Dry Lite Stand Bag 2017

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I recently bought the 2017 model of the Callaway Hyper Dry Lite Stand bag from Amazon UK for less Than GBP 90. Bit of an impulse purchase due to the price as everywhere else it was retailing at GBP 150 and above.

It’s due for delivery in the next few days but does anybody on here have experience of using this bag? Can’t seem to find any reviews online anywhere

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