How To Pack Your Golf Clubs For Traveling – Seeking Birdies #golf #travelgolf #Golfvlog

How To Pack Your Golf Clubs For Traveling  – Seeking Birdies #golf #travelgolf #Golfvlog

How to pack your golf clubs for traveling on a plane.

– Seeking Birdies ‘How To’ –

Don’t end up with broken clubs because you did not pack properly. It is known that the airlines do not take care of your bags; they toss them, drop them and slide them. They DO NOT CARE that you have a brand new driver… It is one of my biggest fears when I check my clubs; I get to my destination and get ready to golf and I find my driver is now in two pieces. I have used this method and *Knock on wood* have NEVER had a broken club or any damage.


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Golf Clubs
Driver – Taylormade M6 9.5 Driver
3 Wood – Callaway Epic Flash
Irons – 5-A Callaway Rogues (2019)
Wedges –
Sand –
Putter – Bobby Grace
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Tees –
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Rangefinder –
Ball mark – Silver Dollar
Divot Repair Tool – TPC Scottsdale branded flip tool
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Camera Gear

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Edited by Tyson Chaplin
Videography – Tyson Chaplin

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