A "frustrated" Graeme McDowell is set to have his clubs back for Wednesday's Irish Open pro-am after missing Open qualifying when they were lost following a flight from France.
"Flew into Manchester last night from CDG (Charles de Gaulle airport) and my golf clubs are untraceable", McDowell said on Twitter.
The competition at St. Anne's near Blackpool is a qualifier for The Open.
"I can not give 100% without my own equipment which has been mishandled by Air France and must turn my attention to the Irish Open this weekend". Thanks for all the support.
The 38-year-old Portrush golfer hasn't been in top form over the last while and that's why he has to face into qualifier events like these.
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"I have a 36 qualifier tomorrow for @TheOpen and really need my bag".
The Northern Irish man didn't gain automatic qualification to the third major of the year, the British Open, due to take place in Carnoustie and that's why he was supposed to be in St Anne's Old Links in Lancashire. Established that they are in the black hole known as CDG.
"Customer service is so frustrating in this case for everyone".
McDowell flew from Paris to Manchester on Sunday night after playing the French Open.