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To determine the best test travel bags, we prepared a golf bag with any and all possible gear one could need while traveling. We included 1 Set of Alignment Sticks, 1 Box of Golf Balls, 14 Clubs, 1 Umbrella, 1 Pair of Golf Shoes, Tees, 4 Gloves, 1 Set of Rain Gear, and 1 Rangefinder.
Averaging 4 long haul flights a month for over 6 years I can vouch for the durability of Club Glove. I use the Last Bag Collegiate which fits my cart bag (Ping Traverse). The key to any travel bag though is using a “stiff arm” – without it no bag will stop your graphite shafts getting broken.
No matter what travel bag, I always use the Stiff Arm by Clubglove, the telescoping club protector put in your bag next to your driver. I’ve had two stiff arms ruined by the impact of baggage handling, but my driver survived.
Surprising to me that the Club Glove Last Bag is so widely used on Tour, esp. considering Tour Pros spend so much time navigating airports. You’d think they’d want one that’s less cumbersome to maneuver (like the Sun Mountain). I get the durability aspect being a big deal (they use their bags WAY more than amateurs), but the Sun Mountain received a good durability score and it’s not like Tour Pros can’t afford to replace a bag.
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It’s simple but important. If you’re going to play golf and travel, your clubs must arrive safely. A broken driver not only costs money to replace but also ruins your mood and maybe even your vacation. Investing in the very best to protect your clubs is an absolute must.
New 2017 Titleist Golf Staff Stand Bag. All this and it is surprisingly lightweight at less the 3 kg. The Titleist Staff Stand Bag is designed to look like the Titleist Tour staff bag in a lightweight stand bag design.
To protect your woods, take the heads off (if possible), put inside headcovers, then put in side pocket of your golf bag. No stiff arm needed and the shafts can take more of a beating from bags stacked on top without breaking
The sides are nicked in two places-one on each side, the left-upper portion has a 1 1/2″ gash and the lower leather portion of the strap is cracked. Item Details. NO EXCEPTIONS. Don’t forget to look at.
The bag has 14 club dividers. The colors are black, white and red. Rain hood included. 14-Way Full Length Individual Club Dividers. 2 Full-Size Apparel Pockets (one of each side of the bag). Velour-Li…
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Protection (45 points) – Your golf clubs are a significant investment. A travel bag then must protect your clubs in every situation. We closely examined the top portion of the travel bag because it is where clubs are the most vulnerable. Manufacturers use a variety of different methods to protect the clubs, but one constant is that poor performers lack coverage on the top and sides of the bag. The bags that provided effective protection do so by combining protective padding with a snug fit.
I’m currently gaming a Bridgestone JGR that I got through a promotion WITH MGS. It has a bonded head. I agree that if your Driver etc are adjustable, remove the heads, and insert the shafts adapter down. However, the addition of a Stiff Arm or similar (saw hockey stick shaft here somewhere) is NEVER a bad idea.
Playing golf is more and more popular around the world. And it is necessary to bring a travel cover in your trip to protect your golf bag or golf clubs. This durable travel cover is what you want. It features with 600D oxford cloth that is lightweight and also durable.

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Extra padded, no slip ergonomic detachable shoulder strap. Holds longer 46″ clubs and 10.5 travel bags. Sealed ball-bearing in-line skate wheels. Go anywhere zip off shoe bag. Rubber grip reinforced bottom handle for easy lifting.
Travel bags hold your golf bag and gear when you’re on the road and can either be a soft-sided, padded bag or a hard case. Traveling golfers are usually able to check these bags as luggage when using an airline. These bags have wheels, handles and sometimes pockets for added storage. Tie-down straps sit inside the bag to secure golf bag and clubs during the travel.
14-way top with integrated top handles (not the actual color of the bag, just a representation of the top). Trunk handle. Includes matching rain hood. 2 water resistant valuables pockets. 10 zippered pockets.
For travel bags, our scoring centered around the protection of clubs and the durability of the bag. The possible storage within the bag and the storage of the bag after use were also considered. Maneuverability – especially through airports – was tested too.
I agree with all the criteria being used but I would have liked to see another one: Weight. I try to pack as much as possible in my travel bag so it’s important that it is lightweight. I’m sure the Stiff Arm works but being Canadian, I just cut the blade off an old hockey stick and it’s worked so far!