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SKB ATA Standard Golf Travel Case
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- Standard golf travel case for taking your golf game on the road
- Ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene construction
- Keeps your clubs secure when going through TSA inspection process
- Accommodates most popular golf bags; works with 48-inch drivers
- Perfect seal keeps out dirt and moisture; $1,500 club guarantee
- Interior Dimensions: 48.00" L x 12.00" W x 11.00" D Carton Dimensions: 52.00" L x 14.00" W x 14:00" D Shipping weight: 18 lbs
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Made in North America, the SKB ATA Standard Golf Travel Case is made to ATA 300 Category I specifications, which is the highest shipping container specification of the ATA. This case is molded from ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene, the material specified by the U.S. military for cases and containers. Capable of accepting drivers up to 48 inches in length and standard golf bags up to 12 inches in diameter, the 2SKB-4812WS features SKB's unique Perfect Match Valance Bending System for a perfect seal and comes standard with a lift handle, tow handle, and wheels. The 2SKB-4812WS ATA Standard Golf Travel Case is backed by an unconditional lifetime warranty on the case. All SKB ATA Golf Cases also offer a special $1,500 club guarantee. In the unlikely event that your clubs are damaged by airline handling while transported in an SKB ATA golf case, SKB will repair or replace your clubs up to $1,500.
Representing the latest in SKB quality and innovation, the SKB ATA standard travel golf case is ideal for golfers who frequently take their game on the road. The case is molded from ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene--the same material required by the U.S. military for cases and containers--helping keep your clubs secure whether going through the TSA inspection process or getting tossed around by baggage handlers. The sculptured, form-fitting design, meanwhile, accommodates a variety of today's most popular golf bags, with a main compartment that holds drivers up to 48 inches in length and bags that measure up to 12 inches in diameter. And traveling golfers will especially appreciate the case's Perfect Match valance bending system, which not only includes a perfect seal that keeps out dirt and moisture, but also offers a lift handle, tow handle, and wheels for easy transport.
All SKB cases include an unconditional lifetime warranty and a special $1,500 club guarantee. In the unlikely event that your clubs are damaged by airline handling in an SKB ATA golf case, SKB will repair or replace your clubs up to $1,500.
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Right after I placed my order, I went back and read the description and looked at the photo. I realized there was no mention of a TSA lock, and the photo shows standard metal latches with no apparent place for a user supplied lock. However, I called the company the next day and they said the photo is from an older version and all their golf cases now come with TSA locks. The photo for the Deluxe Case (2SKB-4814W) shows the correct lock and latches. There are three latches, with the center one locking.
Without question, this is a big case, but not really any larger that it has to be to fit a standard set of clubs and drivers. It stands just slightly over 50" and the depth and width are 12-1/4" x 13." So it's fairly efficient considering you can pack a 12" standard bag and clubs. As others have noted, you could have trouble fitting it in a trunk or transporting it, but that's probably true with most hard-shell (non collapsing) cases. I considered a hybrid bag/hard-top case, which would be a good option for somebody concerned about size, but for maximum protection I would definitely recommend this case. It's really not much harder to wheel around than a hybrid (or soft case, which I would not recommend for airline travel), and shouldn't cost any extra to check than standard baggage for most airlines. Many airlines have specific allowances for sports and other equipment; it may exceed the the maximum dimensions as long as it meets the weight requirement. They also won't make you sign a liability waiver. Compared to hybrid and soft cases, this case is a little heavy at about 18 lbs empty, but even fully loaded should easily weigh-in under the 50 lbs max set by most airlines. Another disadvantage of a hard case for some may be storage, but I just use it to store my clubs and it doesn't take up any additional space the the garage.
HOWEVER, this case is so huge that it is nearly impossible to travel with if you rent a car. Don't be fooled by the length, sure you can fit a 49" driver in any trunk, but this case is 14" in diameter, so it is much larger than the length would lead you to believe. I recently flew to Las Vegas, and the only rental car with a big enough trunk was a Lincoln Continental (believe me I tried every trunk they had and this was the only one big enough). I usually rent an economy or full size car, so upgrading to a luxury car cost me a lot of extra money--I could have spent that money on a new driver! You can always try the back seat, but I needed it for people so that wasn't an option for me, though an economy or compact car will still be too small.
So, I have sold it and plan to buy a Club Glove Burst Proof travel bag which I have used before with good results. At least with a soft sided travel bag you can remove the clubs and fold up the bag to fit it all in any trunk or hatchback.
It's a great case, just be aware that it is not easy to travel with, you need a gigantic trunk.