If you have ever travelled with your own golf clubs, you will most likely know what a pain it is dragging them through the airport, in and out of cars, and getting them to the golf course you will be playing at. When travelling abroad to play golf, you have a number of options including taking the clubs with you on the flight, sending them with a trustworthy shipping company or renting clubs when you get there. In most golf courses and at the golf driving range Surrey they offer a number of top quality clubs for players to hire and use. However most serious golf players prefer to play with their own personal clubs and therefore will travel with them no matter the hassle.
Some airlines will charge extra for a golf bag, so it is best to check before you fly to avoid large fees at the airport. If the bag is overweight or oversized, there will also be extra fees to pay so research the restrictions before you pack. A good thing to remember is to check the amount of balls you have in the bag before flying, as a large amount can be very heavy and unnecessary.
Use a high quality protective travel bag that is designed for golf clubs. This will provide the necessary padding and protection that will prevent damage and breakages to the clubs. You can also add in some clothes between each club for extra protection.