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Comment from: Mike [Member] Email
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Just a word of warning, though: Be careful if you pack other stuff besides golf gear in your golf travel cover. I used to do that and got busted a couple of years ago by Continental (now United). In the small print, airlines actually limit what you can carry in your golf bag, no matter how much under the 50 lbs it is.
12/23/12 @ 19:54
Comment from: Katharine [Member] Email
You're right. But so far, I haven't heard (or experienced) airlines getting that picky if the bag is within the weight limits. Of course, that could change on a dime if they decide to enforce these rules.
12/26/12 @ 09:36
Comment from: Jaspal [Visitor] Email
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For information of golf travelers:

I recently traveled from New Delhi (India) to New York and back by Turkish Airlines. They carry a golf bag free of charge over and above the free baggage allowance. Within the US, I traveled from Boston MA to Columbus OH to Denver CO to Philadelphia PA, all on Southwest who allowed me to carry the golf bag free as the second checked in bag!

As a result, I played 9 rounds of golf with my own set at various places in the US, without paying anything at all for transportation of the bag.
10/03/15 @ 16:08

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