On every trip, I’ve traveled with my own golf clubs. While I have only had a couple incidences of bags being delayed, I have not had my clubs broken during transit. While I would like to attribute this to luck, I strongly believe it’s because of my CaddyDaddy Golf bags.
Of note, CaddyDaddy provides an industry leading warranty against airline damage up to one year!
Here is my full review of both bags and which is best for you!
CaddyDaddy Constrictor 2
For the first 90,000 miles (7 months) of flying, I had used CaddyDaddy’s Constrictor 2 which never failed me until my most recent trip to Dubai when one of the plastic skids on the bottom of the bag busted. The bag held up much better than I expected on my harsh travel schedule to finish out 2018. I would routinely pack the bag to 50 pounds which included my cart bag, clubs, and other items like bulky or big clothing items. I never had one problem with the zippers, wheels, or buckles.
I absolutely loved my Constrictor 2 as it doubled as my checked bag with it’s roomy storage and clutch side pockets (great for shoes or your toiletry bag.) I also used CaddyDaddy’s North Pole Club Protector as added protection which fit snuggly against the top of the bag protecting my clubs from being bent and possibly snapped.
For anyone looking for an entry level travel bag to get their clubs safely from Point A to Point B via plane, the Constrictor 2 Bag is an excellent choice. The soft, but padded top offers loads of flexibility and protection when it comes to packing additional items along with your golf bag and clubs.
After my Constrictor broke, I decided to stick with CaddyDaddy since their Constrictor 2 bag performed much better than I anticipated.
This time, I went with their top of the line bag, the Enforcer Hard Top Travel Bag.
This bag will get its first heavy use on my upcoming 25,000 mile trip to 5 countries and 4 continents in 7 days.
In the initial unboxing, I am already impressed with the durable build quality and ease of use.
As you can see, the front cover of the bag fully unzips allowing your golf bag to be effortlessly lowered into the bag without fidgeting around.
I’m also excited to see the two, large side pockets included in this model.
One nice thing I’ve noticed already, is how compact the bag can become to easily store away.
My initial impressions of the CaddyDaddy Enforcer bag are very positive. I like the protective hard shell and like having the side pockets to fill my bag with extra gear. I am excited to test it out on the first trip and see if it can break the 90,000 mile mark like its predecessor did! Be sure to keep tabs on social media with how the bag holds up and I be updating this page as we hit travel milestones!