Stiff-Arm the prospect of broken clubs with this no-nonsense product from Club Glove
Generally I’m not much of a do-it-yourselfer, but for years I’ve been traveling with a gerry-rigged club protector in my golf bag consisting of a towel-wrapped broomstick. Not very inventive or original, but until recently, it served the purpose of protecting my clubs, the driver most notably, from ham-handed airline baggage personnel.
However I just learned a tough lesson that homemade can result in hard knocks, like the kind that decapitated my gorgeous Ping driver, literally snapping it in two, a foot from the club head. I wasted no time in availing myself of the Stiff-Arm, a no-nonsense product produced by the good folks at Club Glove, the planet’s premier travel bag manufacturer.
It’s a two-piece adjustable pole setup, extremely rigid, crowned with a tough plastic crown, a bit bigger than a hockey puck, shaped like a miniature umbrella. Adjust the length so it’s anchored in your golf bag a few inches taller than your driver, and rest assured that even a klutz of a baggage handler, or a butter-fingered UPS driver won’t inadvertently bust up your Billy club. Visit www.clubglove.com to learn more.
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