Do You Need A Golf Travel Bag?
When driving the short distance to your favorite local golf course, a golf travel bag isn't necessary. But when traveling by airplane or long distance driving, a regular golf bag won't offer the protection your clubs need. How much are your golf clubs worth to you? Some of us have expensive custom made clubs, while others own a more affordable set. Whatever the retail value--our own clubs are what help us play our best game, so they are valuable to us. That's why the Pros always bring their own clubs on tour. Enjoy playing golf on that holiday trip by doing what you can to protect your clubs from damage while traveling.
Here are a few tips when trying to choose the best golf travel bag for your situation. Hard Travel Cases The case is a hard plastic shell that provides the most protection from drops and falls. These are the ideal choice when traveling by air. You won't be able to carry your clubs on the plane with you, so you'll want the best protection you can get with the baggage handling process involved. It can get rough down there! Soft Travel Cases Made from more pliant fabric, these are more car friendly since the outer shell is more flexible.
Look for bags that use double stitching as this provides a sturdier hold. Wheels Carry your golf travel bag around for a bit and you'll be wishing it had wheels. Imagine walking what seems like miles through a busy airport while carrying your golf clubs--inline wheels are a must. Handles & Straps Look for sturdy, double stitched handles and straps that will easily hold the weight against pulling and lifting. Padding Watch that the bag has some amount of foam padding. This will absorb much of the shock from a drop or from heavy banging. Traveling and playing with our own golf clubs beats renting clubs hands down! By using a golf travel case, you'll be protecting your clubs from damage and ensuring you have them when you need them most--on the golf course! Permissions: Feel free to use and reprint this article on the condition that all content, links and anchor text are kept intact and unaltered in any way.
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