taking carts on plane
Posted 27 April 2012 - 10:30 AM
p.s. they likely have caddies that carry your bag and help your enjoyment of the game. I would rather do that especially if you are playing a whole bunch of courses that you are seeing for the first and only time.
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Posted 27 April 2012 - 06:14 PM
BTW, there's is no "50 LBS max" rule. You bag can be a heavy as you want, but AFTER 50 lbs, they will ding you with huge fees. I think the fee AFTER 50 lbs is like $100 or $125 on Continental.
I personally would not drag anything that far unless it was in a hard case with wheel. It's going to be a PITA and take a beating. I travel to Hawaii a lot and take my clubs. I could not image taking clubs AND a cart.
Edited by rockinar, 27 April 2012 - 06:22 PM.
Posted 27 April 2012 - 10:39 PM
pretty well) so I can put two golf bags and clubs in one travel golf bag (weighs in at 48 pounds) and the cart +
balls, tees, rain wear etc. into the other golf club travel bag.
Now set! As to the hassle of taking a cart with me, it has an umbrella holder that I really want (of course with a 20 mph wind the brella is a problem). Plus I know from experience in Ireland that some of the lesser known courses (the ones I like to play) have carts that look like relics from medieval times and are more strain to operate than the benefit received.
So, I'll let you all know how that went. On Delta it's $100/bag after your one allowed check through. That's $100 each way.
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