Bag Boy T-10 Travel Cover

Bag Boy T-10

Travel Cover

The Bag Boy division of Dynamic Brands has introduced the T-10 golf club travel cover with an ABS thermoplastic polymer top to protect clubs in transit.

Fast Facts Bag Boy T-10 Travel Cover

  • All-weather polyester fabric
  • Rigid ABS top and base
  • In-line wheels
  • Lockable wrap-around zipper
  • Two external & two internal pockets
  • Shoe storage
  • Three color combinations
  • $220

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Summer travel season is upon us, and anyone who has done any amount of air travel taking along their golf clubs knows baggage handlers are anything but gentle. This makes a safe travel cover for clubs a must; ask anyone who has arrived at their destination only to find their clubs arrived in more pieces than when they left home.

Bag Boy’s approach is to give the T-10 travel cover a strong, crush-resistance top of ABS thermoplastic to protect the heads sticking up in the bag, and though the cover is not bulky, it is large enough to handle a full-size bag. There are also some nice touches like interior protection for a stand bag’s legs and two wheels on the bottom to make going and coming easy. The two outside pockets have zipper closures and two mesh pockets on the inside.

When in use or the off-season, the T-10’s fabric body folds neatly up for storage inside the hard-shell top.

Three color combinations are offered: black/red, black/charcoal, and black/royal blue.

Pat Gallagher, Product Manager at Bag Boy, said of the new travel cover, “The T-10 combines ABS hard-top protection with a lightweight, soft body. Together, these features provide unparalleled protection and superior usability that are ideal for golfers traveling short and long distances.”

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Ed is a national award-winning golf journalist and has carried on a lifelong love affair with the game. His work covering the business of golf, equipment, golf personalities and travel is prominently featured in numerous print and electronic publications. He has competed in tournament golf both as an amateur and senior professional and though his competitive days are behind him, Ed still plays regularly and carries a handicap of 4. He lives on a water hazard in suburban Orlando.