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Try www [dot] ClubstoHire [dot] com. New to the States (Orlando, Vegas, Phoenix/Scottsdale) and worldwide. Rent new TaylorMade and Callaway clubs for a fraction of the cost of traveling with your clubs or having them damaged or lost.

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fly QANTAS. International fights allow 2 bags totalling 32kg, as well as your carry on bag.

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I just got back from Spain. Found the most awesome golf. I used the first trick with my new golf bag from Sun Mountain with the wheels. Delta allows the first bag free and it was my golf bag. We kept it golf only on the way over but made it the dirty clothes and souvenir bag on the way back. My small carry-on held enough clean clothes to handle flight delays.

FYI Valencia has the most awesome golf.
La Serra, Campo de Golf at the beach near the famous L'Albufera
El Bosque, Campo de Golf in the hills near Chiva
and the masterpiece
La Galliana, Campo de Golf in a national park south of Valencia at La Barraca d'Aig├╝es Vives

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I have following suggestions for travel with Golf Bags for International and Domestic travel for Indian & some Carriers.
1) Air India which has very generous Checked Baggage for International Flights in Economy.
2) Jet Airways give max two bags Upton 23kg each free for Economy for International Flights
3) Emirates allows in Economy max 30kg and no restriction of no of Baggage. You can carry a Golf Bag with overall and good size Suitcase within 30kg.
4) Indian Domestic travel allows only 15kg but I you can buy 5kg extra earlier at low cost. You travel with smaller Golf Bag with 8/9 clubs and a small suitcase.
5) Indian Domestic travel some Airline like Indigo charges extra Rs.1000/- for Golf Bags so check early and avoid those Airlines.

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In Australia you can pre purchase extra luggage on line. $35 with Virgin Australia gives you an extra bag per flight. That's about $25US right now. Well worth it for your own sticks.

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Thanks for the info!! i will try it here in the philippines, and let you know!! The rules here are usually created for the locals to use! Now We will see about us foreigners!!

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Turkish Airlines carries, all kind of sporting equipments including golf bags, skiing bags ext. free.

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Thank you for good info.

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Good info shared here. Sometimes though for the outbound leg you just want a guarantee that your clubs are there, particularly for International travel. For that I always recccomend Luggage Forward.

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I was travelling to Europe this summer with a week of golf in Ireland prior to joining my wife in southern France - lots of different clothing!! With only one free bag, I put a soft bag and my clothing in the golf travel bag, and was good to go for a month with that and my carry-on after sending my clubs back with one of my buddies (though that was not for free.)