2016 Travel Bags: Everything you need to know
A few days away to enjoy warmer weather and play a few rounds abroad is sometimes just what the caddie ordered, and using travel bags will make travelling with a whole set of golf clubs a great deal easier.
Gone are the days when it wasn’t possible to bring a bagful of clubs on your travels, now they can come along for the trip without being stuffed into a suitcase or risking being snapped in in transit. Travel covers are awesome companions, and this buying guide will explain everything there is to know about them as well as the best brands to get one from.
Travel Cover Uses
A travel bag is ideal for golfers who are on the road a lot as they can accommodate pretty much all types of equipment. The bags’ lightweight design means they rarely affect your maximum luggage allowance at the airport, and they are easy to carry about even when full to the brim with shiny golf clubs.
What Makes it a Travel Cover
Travel covers are usually fitted with a large zipper ideal for padlocks and internal straps which are simple and easy carry over the shoulder. More travel bags today come with the helpful addition of wheels to make manoeuvring easy, while there’s also an ID slip on some cases to help golfers identify their bags when it emerges on the airport carousel.
The Best Travel Covers
There are some absolutely brilliant golf travel covers on the market right now, including the Nike Golf Essential Travel Cover, Titleist Small Wheeled Travel Cover, Masters Golf Flight Coverall, Srixon Wheeled Travel Cover, PING Large Travel Cover, Cobra Golf Travel Cover,Callaway Golf Clubhouse Collection and BIG MAX Aqua EZ Roller to name just some.
View the full travel cover range now, or browse travel covers by brand, including BIG MAX, Motocaddy, Srixon, Stewart, Masters, PING, Callaway, Nike, Izzo, Cobra, ClubGlove, ClicGear, PowerBug, MacGregor, Garmin, Titleist, Sun Mountain, PGA Tour.