Golf club theft

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By JCrowder-Barton

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  1. Just a thought.

    Many, many persons unfortunately have their golf clubs stolen, whether robbed from their car boot or elsewhere. It can cause many problems, dealing with the insurers, waiting for delivery of new clubs to the same spec., maybe the loss of an irreplaceable club or a prized, personal possession. Has anyone thought about, or already has, fitted a hidden tracker inside their golf bag, or maybe in an electric golf trolley?

  2. El bandito

    El bandito
    Fife Bonny Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

    Good shout buddy
    I’d defo be interested in something like that.
  3. Be so cool if Titleist bags had this fitted to their bags but then again crooks would just get wise to it.
  4. SKillen


    Hi, yes. I had been known to place a Tile keyring in my golf bag. Mainly when travelling by plane. Can check when it is getting close on the carousel.

    But also I leave it in when my clubs are in my locker. Just in case they go walkies.

    Quite a few people use tile so there is a large community of helpful mobiles checking in when it is marked as lost.

    -- Sean
  5. AntD

    Hampshire, UK

    Good point well raised.

    I've considered this and think even with a tracker the chances of getting the Police to follow up might not be possible in some parts of the UK where they're under resourced and burdened with 'more serious' crimes.

    Had a work colleague who had his phone nicked and he traced it to an address, the person at the door denied all knowledge of the phone. The police just gave him a crime number for the insurance.

    Don't leave gear in your car or at least out of view and around the clubhouse.

    BTW My TT bag tag is alarmed!!!

  6. david s

    david s
    South Wales

    Great idea in principle, but I agree with Ant, sadly I can't see the police in the UK responding to the theft of golf equipment!
    Just make sure you have your clubs secure as possible, so if they are stolen you're able to replace what you can through your insurance.

  7. Chris M

    Chris M

    that's a good idea, never thought about it!
    Already heard that a couple of diver covers got stolen, but hardly ever the whole set

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