Bag Boy T-660 Travel Cover Review


Bag Boy T-660 Travel Cover Review

One of the things about traveling with golf clubs that I’ve always hated is when you have to repack your golf clubs in a travel bag. With some of them, especially the older models, you feel like you’re getting your foot stuck in a shoe that’s a few sizes too small. You can put the shoe on, but it will take a lot of work.

With Bag Boy soft travel covers from Dynamic brands, that’s never a problem. This is because they have a wrap-around zipper that opens the entire front of the travel cover. Then you just drop your golf bag in there and, unless it’s oversized or heavily padded, getting in and out of the bag is fairly easy. In fact, this is a design feature we see on many best golf travel bags (opens in a new tab) on the market.

The Bag Boy T-660 travel cover sits on the floor

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The new Bag Boy T-660 has that feature, but it all comes in a compact package. Folded up and not in use, you can easily store it in a small space behind the seat of your rental car when traveling, or put it in the corner of the trunk. Some travel blankets – especially hard covers, of course – are bulky and take up a lot of space when not in use. Plus, the T-660 also weighs less than 6 pounds, so it’s easy to maneuver when not in use, and you can store it on a shelf in your home or garage without taking up a lot of work. square.

Club protection is also adequate, which is to be expected. It has nothing to do with the high-end Bag Boy T-2000, which has much thicker padding and even foam padding to protect the stand mechanism on stand-up bags. It also has a swivel handle, which makes it much easier to maneuver around the airport.

The Bag Boy T-660 travel case folded

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The T-660, however, costs just under half the price of the T-2000, which sells for around $250, so given that, it’s plenty worth. It has padding, as well as an internal compression strap to stabilize the bag during travel. It also has reinforced corners, a kick plate, crash bars and a large bottom front pocket for your shoes or outerwear. It also comes with high quality inline skate wheels for a smooth ride. In short, it’s everything you need in basic golf travel coverage at one great price.

You might want to consider removing your driver’s head when using this travel cover, but that’s probably a good safety precaution for most soft covers. For anyone who doesn’t travel often with their golf clubs, this is a great choice.

However, if you fly to golf destinations once a month or more with your clubs, upgrading to the Bag Boy T-2000 or a Club Glove model might be worth it. That being said, if you want cheaper models, take a look at our list of best golf travel bags under $100 (opens in a new tab).


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