04332283 is referenced by 32 patents and cites 9 patents.

A golf bag assembly for individually supporting and protecting a plurality of golf clubs including a plate member secured to the bag and extending across the bag in proximity to the open upper end. The plate member includes a plurality of apertures to receive the shafts of golf clubs and boss portions extending a selected distance downwardly aligned with each of the apertures. A plurality of elongate golf club protecting tubes are engaged with said boss portions below said plate and extend downwardly into the bag. The protective tubes do not need reinforced rims. Golf clubs can be inserted within the golf bag and within each of the protective tubes without any damaging engagement between the clubs and the top portions of the tubes.

Title
Device for supporting and protecting golf clubs
Application Number
6/179196
Publication Number
4332283
Application Date
August 18, 1980
Publication Date
June 1, 1982
Inventor
Richard S Rader
Chatsworth
CA, US
Agent
Lee Smith & Jager
Assignee
Ajay Enterprises
WI, US
IPC
A63B 55/00
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