Matt Fitzpatrick lost his golf clubs and suitcase flying with Hawaiian Air to the Sony Open on Tuesday.
Younger brother Alex Fitzpatrick then lost his own golf clubs with British Airways when heading out to the Dubai Invitational 24 hours later.
Matt took to Twitter in order to try and get some assistance for his lost baggage.
The 2022 US Open champion commented how he spent five hours trying to get hold of someone to speak to at Hawaiian Air.
His golf bag and suitcase eventually turned up later on Tuesday, but he mentioned how his golf bag was "soaking wet" on arrival.
Fitzpatrick concluded it was "awful service".
Got my bags back, but everything inside my case is soaking wet, awful service @HawaiianAir— Matt Fitzpatrick (@MattFitz94) January 9, 2024
Then as if by chance, his brother Alex lost his own golf club bag heading over to compete in the DP World Tour's first event of 2024.
Alex also took to Twitter to vent his frustration, especially as it was the second time in three weeks that he had lost his bags.
Thanks a lot @British_Airways for never putting my golf clubs on my first flight from Miami to Heathrow. Landed in Dubai and no clubs is a fun way to start the year. 2nd time in 3 weeks airlines have lost them— Alex (@FitzAlex99) January 10, 2024
Alex's clubs have still not arrived ahead of the first round of the Dubai Invitational.
Rory McIlroy headlines the field at the Dubai Invitational, and thankfully his golf clubs including his new TaylorMade Qi10 LS Driver did turn up.
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