I played golf this week, a few days after I returned from my trip to Williamsburg.
At the airport I examined my clubs for damage but didn’t examine my golf bag. When starting my golf round a couple of days ago I noticed the damage. Sure enough, the fine baggage handlers at jetBlue bent the hell out of one of my favorite Ogio carry bag’s legs, and broke the part which holds the legs together and gives them their spring action. So the only way I could get my stand bag to stand, was to prop the legs very wide open, photo #1. Then since it was broken, the legs no longer would retract.
Seconds later, the whole bag collapsed and laid dead flat on the ground. The legs are toast. See pic #2 below. Called jetBlue and they refused to fix or replace the bag.
This is a warning for you golf travelers to think twice before you fly jetBlue. Beware.
College Football - My 5th ranked Utah Utes take on #3 TCU tomorrow