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Club Glove Stiff Arm

 

 
 
 
 

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Travel Protection for Golf Clubs

When properly packed, it is nearly impossible to break a golf club in a Club Glove. With nearly every touring professional carrying their clubs in a Club Glove travel bag 25 to 35 weeks a year, a total of only one or two incidents of club breakage occur when using the Club Glove Stiff Arm. This usually only happens when the bag is dropped directly on the club heads from a height of six feet or more.

The Stiff Arm is an adjustable crutch that is designed to prevent breakage when mishandling happens. It adds vertical strength to those places a golf bag is most vulnerable.


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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by It did it's job After our flight, when we opened one of our Club Golf travel bags we found that the umbrella like top of the Stiff Bar was broken off and the bar was significantly bent. But, our clubs were fine. The bar did its job and took one for the team. September 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saved my driver This stiff arm definitely saved my driver from harms way while travelling from SF to Texas and then to Brazil! June 29, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't Waste Your Money It broke the first time I used it. The company claims that it's disposalble meaning if it breaks the product did it's job and you'll need to buy another one. At $26.99 each spend the extra money and buy a hard case to protect your clubs. Most airlines could careless if your clubs get damaged. They broke my Ping Driver and said it's my fault due to the soft case travel bag. March 15, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by It works, but broke the first time I used it. On paper, this is a great item. Slip it inside your golf travel bag and it protects your clubs. The only problem is that the cap is held on by one hex screw that is only contained within plastic cap. It came off the first time I used it. It can be fixed easily by drilling a hole in the cap itself and getting an identical machine screw one inch long (versus the half inch one that came with it) and inserting it from the top, through the cap and into the rod. Once I did that, it's fine. The other problem is that lack of customization in the sizing. Ideally you want it a quarter inch or so above your driver, but it doesn't want to adjust to those fine increments. So, overall three stars. It could be much better with a more well-thought-out way to connect the cap to the rod. November 9, 2011
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