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#1 Toph

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Posted 17 September 2019 - 06:34 PM

Not been a topic for a couple years so going again. I have to fly clubs to NZ. Never had to do this before. What are suggestions for a travel bag? Don’t have a tour or big cart bag so no need to be massive. Won’t be doing it a lot so don’t need a lifetime guarantee but happy to pay a bit for quality
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Posted 18 September 2019 - 02:37 PM

Are you going to carry it ( stand bag) or use a trolley/ cart?

 

I have a pencil case design for a 1/2 set of clubs that I use when travelling. The down side is that it gets wet when you play it on the grass.


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Posted 18 September 2019 - 04:27 PM

Are you going to carry it ( stand bag) or use a trolley/ cart?

I have a pencil case design for a 1/2 set of clubs that I use when travelling. The down side is that it gets wet when you play it on the grass.

I have a stand bag. I want a travel bag to put it in for a flight. Sorry I didn’t make that very clear.
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Posted 19 September 2019 - 10:25 AM

Not been a topic for a couple years so going again. I have to fly clubs to NZ. Never had to do this before. What are suggestions for a travel bag? Don’t have a tour or big cart bag so no need to be massive. Won’t be doing it a lot so don’t need a lifetime guarantee but happy to pay a bit for quality
Sun mountain? Ogio? Other?

 

I bought a Pro FX bag from GCO for a trip recently, but i can't see that model anymore which doesn't really help you. This one looks reasonable, https://www.golfbox....el-cover-black/

No pockets, but to be honest, i didnt use the outside pockets on mine. I put my shoes and jackets in the main compartment or the golf bag pockets instead. Worked well.

 

 

The one thing i highly recommend is getting a 'support arm' to prevent damage. https://www.golfbox....gear-bag-shaft/

It has a strap which you can wrap the long clubs closer to the arm.


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Posted 19 September 2019 - 10:47 AM

i chose to go for a Golf Gurad hard case...picked one up from GCO for something like $150.....this was for last years Nats that I eventually had to withdraw from due to my shoulder surgery so havent been able to use it yet......looks sturdy enough though


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Posted 19 September 2019 - 12:34 PM

I bought a brandname (Callaway?  Who recalls) travel cover off gumtree for about $50.  I had a super cheap non-padded one without wheels before that.  it did the job but it didn't do anything to make life easier.

 

Getting the better quality one was quite a bit better - I put the cover on the top of the golf bag and pack shoes in the top of the travel bag around the clubs and carry my clothing in carry on.  The bag ends up quite heavy, so having wheels is very useful.

 

Would also strongly recommend you get a stiff-arm insert to put in your golf bag - aimed to prevent the clubs being bent/broken.  I have never had any troubles of damage to clubs, but gives me some peace of mind.  They cost about $50.

Also, check Catch of the Day for cheap deals on travel bags.


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Posted 19 September 2019 - 01:03 PM

Ogio straight jacket with stiff arm.

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Posted 19 September 2019 - 06:18 PM

Ogio straight jacket with stiff arm.

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Posted 19 September 2019 - 07:24 PM

Personal experience?


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Posted 19 September 2019 - 11:13 PM

I bought a brandname (Callaway?  Who recalls) travel cover off gumtree for about $50.  I had a super cheap non-padded one without wheels before that.  it did the job but it didn't do anything to make life easier.

 

Getting the better quality one was quite a bit better - I put the cover on the top of the golf bag and pack shoes in the top of the travel bag around the clubs and carry my clothing in carry on.  The bag ends up quite heavy, so having wheels is very useful.

 

Would also strongly recommend you get a stiff-arm insert to put in your golf bag - aimed to prevent the clubs being bent/broken.  I have never had any troubles of damage to clubs, but gives me some peace of mind.  They cost about $50.

Also, check Catch of the Day for cheap deals on travel bags.

 

Probably should have some bolt cutters too....when you forget the key to the lock.   :D  :lol:


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Posted 20 September 2019 - 08:11 AM

Probably should have some bolt cutters too....when you forget the key to the lock.   :D  :lol:

 

After doing this TWICE (once when the lovely Beef wasn't around to help me out with it), I would definitely recommend using a combination lock.


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Posted 30 September 2019 - 08:24 PM

Club Glove The Last Bag - have had mine for about 20yrs, and coupled with a mandatory stiff-arm, absolute trouble free travel.

 

The airlines managed to destroy about four bag covers before the Club Glove. It is bulletproof but definitely more expensive than most of the other options. 

 

Mygolfspy did a feature on travel covers which is worth a read.  



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Posted 20 October 2019 - 11:23 PM

I've read the article on one site that super light bags soon come into the market. If I found the article i'll posr it here. By the way, what kind of bags do you prefer :-)

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Posted 26 October 2019 - 12:13 AM

Here's I found it - the comparative article about the super light bags :-) https://golfclubguru...-bags-nowadays/

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Posted 07 November 2019 - 10:49 PM

You can use Sun Mountain Clubglider Meridian Travel Bag. They are the Easiest for check-in lines. This bag is my personal favorite.  I am using this bag for my next month's golf tour.

 

Upon receiving the bag, the first thing you will certainly notice is its ingrained leg which is paired with the pivoting caster wheels. There is nothing more to the bag other than the user manual which will come with it. But honestly, you do not need anything other than the bag itself. The design itself speaks volumes about this Sun Mountain Clubglider Meridian Travel Cover. The whole concept of the leg and wheels made a huge practical difference to this bag with other golf bags. It made carrying the travel bag a whole lot more comfortable for you. Being able to move so easily will spare your entire body from getting stressed.  

 

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But if you are not lazy like me then there are more superb options! Check out some really affordable & best quality Golf travel bags in my blog.






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