February 4, 2014 By Curtis M
I know FedEx has a pretty good program, but awful pricey. Anyone know of any other businesses that will ship clubs? SAFELY
February 4, 2014 at 3:08pm
Check out Ship Sticks... I have NOT used them yet but plan to when the next need arises. I came across them randomly over last summer but they were a huge hit at the PGA Show in Orlando a couple of weeks ago. They pick them up from your home/office and can be sent straight to a club or vice versa.
I've priced it out a few times and as long as you don't need them overnighted (which they DO offer), its cheaper than checking them on a flight- plus you don't deal with lugging them around to the airport. Overnighting them is pricey, but, 3-5 business days seems extremely reasonable.
Hope this helps!
February 4, 2014 at 9:22pm
+1 for Shipsticks. They contract out to fedex and ups but get some discounts. Amd if fedex or ups get delayed, Shipsticks will work with them to try to expedite -- or alternatively reimburse you for a rental set.
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