When choosing a golf bag, it is best to have a list of preferences to make the decision that much easier. For instance, you don’t want to be lugging a heavy golf bag filled with clubs around the greens, so consider picking a model which is lightweight unless it’s going on a golf cart, in which case weight should not be an issue.
2017 Travel Bags
Lazy days on the golf course can be some of the best experiences for lovers of the sport, but in order to get out there and explore different courses, a good travel bag is a must.
Players cannot just bring a set of clubs with them on their travels due to risking damage to their sets, so a good strong travel bag is necessary. This buying guide to travel bags will explain everything a player needs in order to really get the most from travelling with their equipment.
What is a Travel Cover?
Travel covers usually come fully-fitted with a large zipper ideal for padlocks and internal straps, which are simple and easy carry over the shoulder. More travel bags come equipped with a few helpful additions, such as wheels to make manoeuvring easier, while there’s also an ID slip on some cases to help golfers identify their bags when it emerges on an airport carousel.
Uses for Travel Covers
Travel bags are 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 new golf clubs.
The best Travel Covers
There are some absolutely brilliant golf travel covers on the market right now, including the Sun Mountain Clubglider Journey Travel Bag, Motocaddy S Series Cart Travel Carry Bag, Nike Golf Departur III Roller Travel Bag, Big Max Houston Travel Cover,Srixon Wheeled Travel Cover, Callaway Golf Clubhouse Collection 2016 Travel Cover, BIG MAX Xtreme Supermax Travel Cover, Stewart Golf R Series Travel Cover, BIG MAX Aqua EZ Roller Travel Cover and Izzo Golf Two Wheeled Travel Cover.