I played the odds in regards to the cardinal rule of air travel and did not win. I put my bag in the luggage to accommodate a new carry on bag. I pulled out a few of my every day discs (including my putters), "just in case my luggage was lost." When I got to Anchorage I checked for my luggage and was told by the nice lady at the baggage counter that it was checked through to Kenai. Got to Kenai (I'm sure you see what's coming) no bag. Currently missing is my Revo Dual pack and the majority of my tourney discs...all of those wonderfully beaten in true flyers. I have a few mids, three fairway drivers and my putters remaining. I'm still hopeful they will return to me, but have learned a valuable lesson.
Anybody else lose their bags because they checked them?