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I've been a Clubglove user for about 15 years, now owning both the regular size and the XL size.  Both are awesome for travel, though the XL is almost too big, as a fully packed XL actually starts to push the airline weight limits and you can easily get dinged with an extra fee on some airlines.

 

Actually packed everything I needed for a weekend trip to Kiawah last year in my regular size bag. One bag and no carry on - only thing better would be somehow avoiding the checked bag at all!

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The most challenging part for a traveling golfer is to protect their clubs while flying and visiting a distant place as it has to endure a lot ranging from broken taxi driver to shipping the clubs to the ground where they hit them. A merely missing shot to the right or left can not only engender your mood off but also cost you the tournament.

 

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