Planning your next golf trip? This essential item will keep your clubs safe

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Shop these travel covers to prepare for your next golf trip.

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Traveling with golf clubs is always a little scary — you worry about the airlines temporarily losing your babies, or worse, damaging them in transit.

But one way to ease your fears and protect your treasured possessions is to invest in a quality travel bag.

Bag Boy has two options available at Fairway Jockey: the T-750 and T-10.

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The T-750 offers everything you could want in a travel bag and more, all for a bargain price of $129.95. The extra-thick padded top protects your clubs, while in-line skate wheels make transit a breeze. There’s even an internal compression strap to provide additional stability for your bag.

At the slightly higher price of $199.95, the T-10 offers a few notable upgrades. A crush-resistant ABS top keeps your clubheads safe, while high-density foam padding protects your bag’s stand mechanism in transit. The fabric body even stores inside the hard top when the bag isn’t in use to make storage much more convenient.

Regardless of which bag suits your game and style, one thing’s for sure: It’s a must-buy this summer travel season!

Check the bags out in detail below, and click the link to add to cart.

Bag Boy T-750 Travel Cover

Extra thick 4-sided padded top with high density foam for maximum club protection, deluxe in-line skate wheels provide smooth rolling action, and reinforced corners for extra protection.

Bag Boy T-10 Travel Cover

Crush-resistant ABS top for maximum club protection, larger, premium in-line skate wheels, all-weather 600D polyester fabric body stores inside hard top for compact storage. Editor

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