Golf Clubs Travel Luggage Case w/ Wheels

Featured in Golf Digest Magazine

Posted by Robert

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Golf Clubs Travel Luggage Case w/So it's time to head off to Myrtle Beach for your annual golf trip, and you're looking for something to protect the kids. This generic Golf Digest Travel Cover will do the trick, but it's not the nicest thing in the world.

The pros: It will hold that big driver. The cover is 51 inches in height. It is made out of heavy duty 600D material. The handle is soft and padded for your pleasure. And it has wheels to easily transport across the airport. Oh, and of course, the price. It's inexpensive, but then again -- you get what you pay for.

The cons: It's not real solid. It probably isn't going to hold up to well to those "extremely delicate" baggage handlers. It's ugly and it doesn't have a whole lot of extra room for anything else.

If this is a one-time thing, and you don't travel that much with your sticks, then this bag should suit you fine. But if you are a more seasoned traveler and you take the clubs with you everywhere, I would suggest you spend a little more money and buy a case with better quality.

Check out this Bag Boy T-1000 Travel Cover. It's much better looking, is built to last, and can hold a lot more than just your golf clubs.

And for my very favorite cover, please look at the Sun Mountain 2009 ClubGlider Meridian Golf Travel Cover. This thing is really cool, and even has pivoting wheels that keep the bag upright so you don't break your back bending over to pick it up.

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