Titleist Club Glove Wheeled travel cover

Can someone tell me if the Titleist Club Glove Wheeled Travel cover is the Burst Proof Bag, the last bag or neither?

Thank you

jim p

Can someone tell me if the Titleist Club Glove Wheeled Travel cover is the Burst Proof Bag, the last bag or neither?

Thank you


Hi Jim,

This is the Last Bag XL. I use this for my travel bag and love it. Let me know if you have any questions.

- Mike 

Thank you for the update Mike.  According to the Club Glove website, the Last XL is recommended for Touring Pros only.  Since I use a Titleist Stand Bag Do you think the bag will get lost in the XL and it lose some of it's protection?

Could you please advise the weight of the the travel cover. Also what other colors does it come in?

Mike D., Team Titleist Manager

jim p

Can someone tell me if the Titleist Club Glove Wheeled Travel cover is the Burst Proof Bag, the last bag or neither?

Thank you


Hi Jim,

This is the Last Bag XL. I use this for my travel bag and love it. Let me know if you have any questions.

- Mike 

Hi Mike and TT,

I'm very interested in this travel bag. Would you recommend using a stiff arm as well? Is the 2013 Small Wheeled Travel Cover well padded at the head area?

Hi, Mike

What about the Titleist Club Glove cover? is it the Club Glove last bag cover? Cuz I found the sizes are not the same. or they are special made for titleist?


Never, NEVER, NEVER, use a club glove without a stiff arm!!!  I learned this the hard way on a trip to Hawaii.  I was using a PVC pipe about an inch longer than my driver.  Needless to say, I landed on Maui, collected my sticks and when I unpacked at the hotel, my driver head was pointing at down to the bottom of the bag and held onto the club shaft by about two fibers.  The only soft spot on a club glove is the top.  The stiff arm (if bent when you unpack) will need to be replaced, but better a $25.00 stiff arm than the big dog.  Another trick I learned about the last bag (and I agree with other posts in this string) the XL is for tour pros, and to enhance the protection if you have a stand bag (or a smaller cart bag), put your rain suit, sweaters, sweat shirts, and/or golf towels into the bag around your golf bag to protect the sticks further.  But bottom line, you can't do better than a club glove for travel.