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    Anyone know where I can buy boxes that can store the irons? Or a whole set of clubs including Driver and putter? I plan to ship a set to the US. Any suggestions how to ship is welcome as well I figured to just use UPS and ship them ground. Shouldn't cost that much.

  • #2
    You might try GT or call your local golf club.

    If you are in York Region, I might have something, not sure big enough for a whole set .

    Cost, depending where you are sending it should be between $65 and $100 with insurance.

    Shipsticks is another option but will be more.
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    • #3
      I had a club to ship and GT gave me a box.
      Not sure if you could squeeze a whole set in to two boxes.
      If so you could tape them together securely so everything arrives together.
      I know one box holds a set of irons comfortably.
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      • #4
        I have 8" x 8" x 55" boxes if you need some...
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        • #5
          Originally posted by caddishack View Post
          I have 8" x 8" x 55" boxes if you need some...
          That sounds perfect for the op. He can cut it down in length if he wants.

          Golf boxes vary from in width anywhere from 3 to 6 inches which likely wouldn't be enough
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          • #6
            8 inch PVC pipe? Ultimate protection.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by rulie View Post
              8 inch PVC pipe? Ultimate protection.
              Definitely would protect , but likely also increases the cost a fair bit.
              1. for the PVC
              2. shipping goes by weight and dimensions

              I have probably shipped/received close to 500 boxes and have never had one in which the contents were damaged. If that is a big concern for the OP, use a soft or hard case and ship with shipsticks.
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              • #8
                @op

                i just received some fishing gear that came in pretty solid 50 x10 x 4 cardboard boxes. You are welcome to one or both if you are still looking.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Weirfan View Post
                  @op

                  i just received some fishing gear that came in pretty solid 50 x10 x 4 cardboard boxes. You are welcome to one or both if you are still looking.
                  Sorry, this just keeps popping into my head...


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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by AjaxGolf View Post

                    Sorry, this just keeps popping into my head...


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                    guilty, albeit there is usually no debate, I keep most
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