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Just got my club glove burst proof

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Just received my club glove burst proof today. The thing looks like it will be a great purchase and hopefully lasts me many years. One question for those w a burst proof...

I am using my stand bag that came w my set (Adams tight lies). This bag is pretty light weight, and not particularly rock solid from top to bottom. Has anyone ever had issues w their clubs in a burst proof? When packed the mid section of the bag seems like it could get crushed. I travel in two weeks so any tips on traveling w the clubs or packing the club glove would be appreciated. Thanks!
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I've had mine for over 5 years and like it a lot.  I would recommend buying the "stiff arm".   It adds some rigidity to the bag and helps protect your longer clubs.

 

http://www.clubglove.com/CG/ViewProd-SA.asp?ProductID=18

 

I have a Titleist (Sun Mountain, I think) cart bag and haven't had any problems.  Not stiff, but not a super lightweight stand bag either.... 

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Thanks for the feedback. I got the stiff arm with my order so I'm set there. I was considering bubble wrapping the heads of my irons. Assuming tsa looks trough the bag would they take the wrap off? I'm most concerned about the bag getting crushed, potentially breaking my stand bag and/or a club shaft.

Like I said the mid section of the club glove and the stand bag itself doesn't seem to be too too rigid.
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Originally Posted by jgk9426 View Post

Thanks for the feedback. I got the stiff arm with my order so I'm set there. I was considering bubble wrapping the heads of my irons. Assuming tsa looks trough the bag would they take the wrap off? I'm most concerned about the bag getting crushed, potentially breaking my stand bag and/or a club shaft.

Like I said the mid section of the club glove and the stand bag itself doesn't seem to be too too rigid.

 

 

I wouldn't worry about the iron heads......they'll get banged around less traveling than they do during a normal round of golf.  If you're really worried, get a cheap set of iron head-covers for travel.  But PLEASE, take the silly things off before you get to the course!  ;-)

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