Trust Your Clubs to Ship Sticks When You Travel

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Ship Sticks has become an industry leader in golf travel.

For the past four years Ship Sticks has been honored by Golf Digest Editors’ Choice Award as the “Best Golf Club Shipper”. Nick Coleman, the company’s Founder and CEO, had this to say about earning this prestigious award in 2019, “Receiving this award for the fourth year in a row is a huge honor for our company. We continually strive to meet the demands of our customers and so earning this award demonstrates we are on the right path and continue to listen and learn from our customers.”

Ship Sticks is a door-to-door shipping service designed to make traveling with golf clubs and luggage hassle-free to top destinations around the world. With just a few clicks, customers can get a quote, schedule a shipment, or track their package in real-time. “We provide different shipping speeds to satisfy the needs of any traveler,” said Coleman. “We have a dedicated support team available seven days a week by phone, email or live chat. Our service comes directly to the customer on their scheduled shipping date to collect their clubs and luggage. This makes it easy to ship directly from their residence, business, country club or hotel.” 

“Our service ensures that our customers can sit back and enjoy their travel day because Ship Sticks is taking care of the heavy lifting. We alleviate the added stress that comes with checking your clubs and luggage with the airline.”

Coleman knew that there was a need for this type of service for traveling golfers like himself. After one of his friends clubs didn’t arrive at its final destination on a long-planned out golf trip, they knew they were not the only ones who have gone through this situation before. So, Ship Sticks was started.

“We work with a variety of partners across the globe. Through these partnerships, all golfers and travelers are able to ship their clubs and luggage to and from their golf destination both affordably and efficiently.” Coleman states, “We know there is a continuous need for our service in the golf industry. From avid travelers to weekend warriors, we’ve been able to improve the overall experience that a golfer should have when spending money to go away on a golf trip.”

A Ship Sticks App will be launching in the third quarter. Said Coleman, “The launch of our app will revolutionize the way our customers, partners, and pros use our service. From booking their golf club and luggage orders to tracking the progress of their shipments, this App sets the standard of the overall Ship Sticks experience. The part of the App we are most excited to unveil is the real-time alert notifications. When your items are picked up and delivered, we will send you a notification right away. Every alert will come in real-time which allows our customers to travel with confidence knowing their clubs and luggage are in good hands.”

Ship Sticks branded boxes are now available to the public for purchase. “Between our growth and increased brand awareness over the recent years, we’ve received a lot of inquiries for our Ship Sticks branded box,” Coleman said. “Part of our growing company is keeping up with the demand of our customers. When a golfer purchases a box from us, we mail them the box along with their printed shipping labels for their upcoming trip. We knew by making these available for purchase to the weekend golfer, that we could provide a better overall experience. We are also working on a custom Ship Sticks golf travel bag that we will offer to our customers this year.”

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Visit www.ShipSticks.com.

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John Torsiello is Editor of Golfing Magazine New England and an Associate Editor for Golfing Magazine New Jersey-Eastern Pa. He lives in Torrington, Connecticut and part-time in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. John has written extensively about all aspects of the golf industry for a number of national and other regional publications. He has won over two dozen awards for his writing,