Traveling as a golfer can be daunting – making sure to ­protect your equipment is always a first priority. Danish ­professional golfer Emily Kristine Pedersen gives her top tips on what to think about when taking your gear on a trip.

Extra, extra protection

To make sure your equipment is ­protected in the best way possible, it’s always a good idea to ask the check-in agents if they could put a “Fragile” sticker on your luggage.

Travel light

Only bring what you really need and can’t get at your final destination. I don’t bring balls, tees, food or anything that I know I can get when I’m there. When you travel a lot you want to make it as easy for yourself as possible, so the lighter the luggage, the more comfortable it is for you.

Pack smart

I obviously always pack my clubs when I’m traveling for work, and you have to make sure you protect them in the best way possible. Wrap the club faces in a towel and put a rain cover over them for protection. Another good idea is to get a hard case and make sure that the clubs can’t move around inside, as they can get damaged if they bang together.

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