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#1 rwhitlock

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:38 AM

The last time I flew and took my clubs the airlines opened up my hardsided travel bag and went through my golf bag.  I'm looking for a new travel bag and just curious if the airlines still do that or not.

My intent is to find a bag that I can lock and not worry about the luggage guys rummaging through it and getting it all messed up.

Thanks in advance for advice.

Rod


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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:40 AM

View Postrwhitlock, on 06 December 2018 - 10:38 AM, said:

The last time I flew and took my clubs the airlines opened up my hardsided travel bag and went through my golf bag.  I'm looking for a new travel bag and just curious if the airlines still do that or not.

My intent is to find a bag that I can lock and not worry about the luggage guys rummaging through it and getting it all messed up.

Thanks in advance for advice.

Rod

I fly with a hard shell case and it is almost always opened. I use a luggage strap with it but I leave both that and the latch unlocked.

Whatever bag you buy, more likely than not its getting opened on one end of your trip.
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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:43 AM

It might have been TSA that went through the bag as opposed to the airlines.  TSA usually leaves a notice so that you know they were in there.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:46 AM

I have a Club Glove First Bag that I have used for about 10 years now. I ALWAYS lock it, but with a TSA lock.  My bag gets opened more often than not and they simply unlock it it and lock it again after the inspection.
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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:47 AM

I don't believe any checked luggage could be "secured".  Not since a few decades ago when everyone has a lock on their checked luggage.
No Airline workers should open your luggage without a valid reason, but the TSA could open any checked luggage while they see fit.
So get a TSA approved luggage lock.  
https://www.tsa.gov/...ecognized-locks

Edited by wkuo3, 06 December 2018 - 10:48 AM.


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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:49 AM

Yeah they'll open it and don't have any valuables. Learned that the hard way.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:52 AM

If the bag is opened, it will likely be the TSA, and not the airlines. Consider yourself lucky if they manage to zip the bag after they're done. I've had several cases where my Last Bag was partially unzipped when I claimed it.

I used to put a strap w/ lock on my bag, but the vast majority of the time the TSA a**holes would open the bag, rummage through it, and then fail to re-lock it. I'd then have my bag traveling through the baggage handling facility with a dangling strap waiting to catch on something. I stopped using the strap/lock.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:58 AM

Thanks everyone for the quick replies.  In hindsight, it most likely was the TSA that opened my bag.  I can understand the reasoning why, but really don't want people looking through my bag.  

Thanks again,

Rod

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 11:10 AM

Get the TSA approved lock. I have one and use it on my bag... Never had any issues.
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Posted 06 December 2018 - 12:47 PM

Flown a handful times with my bag and a TSA approved lock on the main zipper. TSA opened it a couple times but rezipped and relocked it.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 03:10 PM

TSA will open them more often than not - if you would rather they didn't then ship them with someone like Fedex or Shipsticks a few days ahead of your departure and have them delivered straight to your hotel/club.  The cost isn't outrageous although it is more than the average airline baggage fee (if you don't fly Southwest), but has the advantage of not having to mess around with your clubs at each end or run the risk of a TSA agent causing damage.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 04:12 PM

I borrowed a travel bag from a friend to take on a trip once that had one of those medium sized locks through one of the zipper eyelets. Got to my destination and grabbed my bag only to discover that they had gone through my bag and thoughtfully put the lock back through two of the zippers to secure it. The trouble was i didn't have the key for the lock and could not get the thing open for love nor money!

Long story short i got to play golf and my friend got a nice new travel bag after i had to take the scissors to it to get in.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 08:07 PM

I use a hard case and the latches are both broken. Both of them broke on flights. I now tape it shut and they cut off the tape and "inspect" it nearly every time. Luckily I only travel with my clubs maybe once a year.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 09:12 PM

I have hard mine opened several times

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 09:36 PM

Had mine opened a couple of times and it is an 8" hybrid travel bag that was very difficult to get the clubs correct to get the hard cap back on the bag.  TSA somehow inspected, put in the notice slip, and got the clubs and bag back together without any damage showing.  I was honestly impressed that it was so well put back together!

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 11:37 PM

View Postrwhitlock, on 06 December 2018 - 10:38 AM, said:

The last time I flew and took my clubs the airlines opened up my hardsided travel bag and went through my golf bag.  I'm looking for a new travel bag and just curious if the airlines still do that or not.

TSA. Every.Damn.Time.

And if they can figure out a way to screw up a careful, idiot-proof packing job, they will. Iíve had headcovers removed and left off, driver heads scratched by an alignment rod inserted inside the headcover after knocking the protective rubber cap, pockets left open, golf balls spilled/missing. A friend of mine had her stand leg somehow unstrapped and folded backwards until it creased and ultimately broke (I suspect they zipped up the bag with part of the leg sticking out and it caught on something, so they just shoved it back in the bag.)

Edited by EricWGolf, 07 December 2018 - 11:32 AM.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 11:50 PM

TSA does quite a bit, for whatever reason.

They don't seem to do anything, since the wrapping around the clubs are still the same

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 08:51 AM

I was led to believe that fertilizer gets on the bag/clubs, and it triggers the bomb detector. A quick look in the bag is all that's needed to see that there is no explosive device in the bag.

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 05:11 PM

I traveled with my clubs this week.  On the Monday flight out, the TSA checked my bag and they always leave a card stating that they opened the bag.

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Posted 07 December 2018 - 05:13 PM

View Postrightslice, on 06 December 2018 - 10:49 AM, said:

Yeah they'll open it and don't have any valuables. Learned that the hard way.
I always take out my GPS and rangefinder.  Carry them in my backpack.

Edited by dbdors, 10 December 2018 - 12:58 PM.


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Posted 07 December 2018 - 05:15 PM

View PostArgonne69, on 06 December 2018 - 10:52 AM, said:

If the bag is opened, it will likely be the TSA, and not the airlines. Consider yourself lucky if they manage to zip the bag after they're done. I've had several cases where my Last Bag was partially unzipped when I claimed it.

I used to put a strap w/ lock on my bag, but the vast majority of the time the TSA a**holes would open the bag, rummage through it, and then fail to re-lock it. I'd then have my bag traveling through the baggage handling facility with a dangling strap waiting to catch on something. I stopped using the strap/lock.
In my case my Ping Hoofer had all the pockets open.  Cant they zip them back after they open them, is that asking too much?  I use a Club Glider and the only zipper is the main one for the bag.

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Posted 09 December 2018 - 12:22 AM

years back I bought this Club Caddy hard case for travel.
pull off the top and throw it on a cart.
not fancy and holds just enough sticks for a round.
seen too many damaged units and guys dragging gear thru airports.
I don't check bags if possible and no way am I sending a full golf bag with my regular set anywhere.
had a bad experience with items missing from checked baggage on a flight from Denver to Chicago and swore
that baggage handlers were becoming unmonitored pilferers.
either rent a set for the destination or take this thing. it hasn't been bothered in years, especially when I use vintage clubs.

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Posted Yesterday, 09:58 AM

I picked up my clubs from baggage claim Sunday evening after my trip to LA. Once again the first class a**holes at the TSA had failed to properly secure my clubs and Last Bag. It appears that the golf bag was taken out, as the interior strap had been unfastened (and failed to be refastened), and the bag was rotated 90 degrees. I put the bag in sideways so the front pocket isn't crushed, and of course it was crushed due to being put back in the travel bag incorrectly. In addition, they failed to resnap the center handle, leaving it flopping about. 'Really starting to f*cking piss me off.

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Posted Yesterday, 10:08 AM

Yes they do, I think they're shopping as clearly XRays would show any OJ accessories.

I've had TSA leave notes in my Last Bag several times, not sure wtf they're looking for.
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Posted Yesterday, 10:21 AM

View PostGSDriver, on 21 February 2019 - 10:08 AM, said:

Yes they do, I think they're shopping as clearly XRays would show any OJ accessories.

I've had TSA leave notes in my Last Bag several times, not sure wtf they're looking for.

My understanding is that the fertilizer used on golf courses gets picked up by the bag and/or clubs, and can generate a false positive by a bomb detector. I know that they have a job to do, but for f*ck's sake put the clubs back the way you found them.


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Posted Yesterday, 12:41 PM

I don't think it's just the fertilizer. I flew out of LAX last weekend and you have to drop your golf bag at a special "oversized luggage" drop room. When I went in the room to drop the bag they just began opening both mine and my friend's bag on the spot without even scanning or anything. It definitely made it seem that it was normal practice to open every golf bag that came in. Someone else came to drop his golf bag off while we were still putting ours back together, and they immediately began going through his as well. All they did was open all the pockets on my golf bag and move some stuff around and pull a few clubs out to inspect them and put them back. I guess they are looking for obvious things. They didn't mess with the bag full of joints and edibles that my buddy had in his golf bag...

Every time I get to my destination my bag has been checked and it never fails that the clubs are put back in the wrong dividers, the back bone stiffeners are in the wrong pocket or not fully extended (basically rendering them useless when they are shorter than the driver) or the zippers are not fully zipped back up. It's pretty damn ridiculous that they don't have the courtesy to at least try and put it back together how it was. I was thankful for the opportunity to put my bag back together at LAX if it had to be checked anyways rather than them half-assing it like what usually happens.  

For what it's worth, I use a club glove burst proof, as does my friend.

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Posted Yesterday, 02:20 PM

I flew out of LAX this past Sunday afternoon as well. I guess we got the same a**wipes. However, I flew Southwest, and while I had to drop my bag off at a separate location, it was still handled by a Southwest staffer, and they carted it off the to the TSA inspection area. As such, I didn't get a chance to put mine back together.

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Posted Yesterday, 02:28 PM

View Postrwhitlock, on 06 December 2018 - 10:58 AM, said:

Thanks everyone for the quick replies.  In hindsight, it most likely was the TSA that opened my bag.  I can understand the reasoning why, but really don't want people looking through my bag.  

Thanks again,

Rod

You must be new to air travel.

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Posted Yesterday, 02:33 PM

I have a collection of those little sheets saying TSA searched my bag. I use a TSA approved lock that they can open with a Sun Mountain Club Glider bag. By far the best travel bag I have ever owned. I throw in the Club Glove Stiff Arm extender and I "knock on wood" have never had in issue. One tip I use, is I take the head off my driver, put it in the headcover and then in the bag. That's the only club I am ever worried about getting damaged, and that has worked like a charm for a long time for me at least.

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Posted Yesterday, 02:40 PM

Yes, they check them and yes, if you lock them they will open them. I travelled for years with fishing equipment those were opened too. Like DC said it's real easy with a cinch strap or two to keep everything secure.

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